Panasonic‘s recent mirrorless camera model which is S series cameras including S5 and S1R price in Nepal is much higher than the previous models Panasonic Lumix Gh4 and Gh5 cameras. Panasonic’s cameras are known for their great video features with amazing image stabilization capability. In this article, we are going to discuss the Panasonic camera price in Nepal including the latest S series cameras and the previous models like Panasonic G7, G85, and G9 series which is a budget camera from Panasonic, and also the very popular Lumix Gh4 and Gh5 cameras.
They don’t really focus on photography that much, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take a picture from that camera, and also the autofocus is not that great like the Canon Dual Pixel autofocus system, they just have contrast-detection autofocus technology which is not that great, It is usable for some situations but not for all.
Panasonic has extremely excellent technology on the basis of a professional camera, especially for videography. They are always on the edge of developing their technology to improve the current camera quality.
It has never disappointed to surprise the entire camera lover and its customers. Especially the new mirrorless cameras which come with amazing video features like 4k 60 and great image quality without any heating problems, unlike the Canon EOS R5 camera which shuts down after some time, if you use the high-quality mode.
Let’s look at the Panasonic Cameras List
1. Panasonic Lumix G7
LUMIX G7 is one of the best and yet cheapest 4k cameras right now, which is great f you are YouTube Creator or walk to get into filmmaking to learn all the basic fundamentals without investing too much. It is built on the next-generation mirrorless interchangeable lens camera standard (Micro Four Thirds) offered by Panasonic. It is very light and compact in size if you are planning to travel more than It might be helpful for you are carrying on your trips.
Panasonic Lumix 4K Digital Camera DMC G7KK accepts over 24 compact lens options built on the next-generation interchangeable lens camera (ILC) standard (Micro Four Thirds) pioneered by Panasonic. Its “mirrorless” design enables a lighter, more compact camera body while also offering cutting-edge video, audio, creative controls, wireless, intelligent focusing, and exposure technologies not possible with traditional DSLR.
For connectivity convenience, the G7 includes a 3.5 mm and 2.5 mm microphone & remote ports, USB 2.0, and a micro HDMI (Type D) terminal. It’s also compatible with newer BUS Class UHS I/UHS II SDXC/SDHC SD cards capable of storing high resolution 4K videos and meeting the demands of 4K Photo and Raw mode burst shooting. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 60,000.
A Better Choice for High Image Quality
A 16-megapixel sensor features a next-generation intelligent image processor that produces video and photos free from artifacts that degrade image quality.
4K PHOTO and Video Recording
Special moments are missed because you did not press the shutter at the right moment. LUMIX G7 featuring 4K video technology can pause and extract that perfect photo moment in time from 4K video. 4K video provides nearly 4X times the number of pixels than Full HD video. Video will feature superior definition and crisper detail than those recorded in Full HD with a camcorder.
Smaller and lighter than traditional DSLR, yet still provides intuitive, easy access to common functions. Easily control aperture and shutter settings with the front and rear dials.
High-Visibility View Finder
A high-resolution (2,360k-dot) OLED Live View Finder with 10,000:1 contrast for high visibility—even under direct sunlight. Plus, the tilt/swivel touch display adjusts for optimum clarity.
Unwire Your Creativity via Wi-Fi
The Panasonic Image App connects by Wi-Fi to the camera and grants control over various functions via a smartphone or tablet device.
Expand with optional accessories like the DMW-FL580L External Flash and DMW-MS2 Stereo/Shotgun Microphone.
2. Panasonic Lumix G85
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G85 is the bigger brother of the last-gen Lumix G7 model, and It is a little better in every area as compare to the last model. It is an SLR-style mid-range mirrorless camera. It features 4K video capture, 2nd-generation 5-axis image stabilization, and a 16MP Four Thirds sensor with no optical low pass filter. G7 sold as the Panasonic G80, G81, and G8, depending on the different markets and countries.
Though Panasonic has not come outright and said it, the G85 is the successor to the G7. More a refinement than something new entirely, both cameras share seemingly identical bodies and offer twin control dials, plenty of customizable buttons and fully articulating touch interfaces. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 72,990.
For current users, I highly suggest doing the following:
- Go to the menu –> Setup –> beep (page 2) –> Turn off the beep volume and E shutter volume
- This was a huge annoyance for me at first, and I was relieved to find it in the settings.
- Battery saving options are also within page 2 of a setup such as Live View Mode (30fps), Monitor Luminance, and Economy.
- Stills quality is very nice and sharp, even from the 12-60mm kit lens. Image quality and bokeh are stunning when paired with the 25mm f1.7. The dual IS perfect for stills and even more amazing in the video. Two custom settings within the dial are really helpful for saving your own shooting modes. I personally save Shutter-priority video moves to these in different recording formats (i.e. 4k30fps, FHD60fps).
- Weather sealed – Not much to say here other than, great!
- Coming from a Nikon APSC camera, I am amazed at how light and robust the mirrorless form factor is. There is little fatigue in carrying it in your hands all day. The LCD screen that allows a full swivel is really neat for selfies/vlogging.
- Finally… the video. Most buyers are probably here b/c of this and yes. It does not disappoint. The detail is amazing! BUT, the real shocker is the image stabilization. When paired w/ dual IS and E-stabilization turned on, the video is practically gliding (especially @ wider angles – 12mm).
- It’s only up to 16MP stills, though I still find the image quality to be very good even when an image has been cropped in edits.
- I found that the image is a bit noisy at higher iso (6400 and above), though this is not really a bother to me. I find that it gives it a natural feel to lowlight shots. You can always dial it down with a bit of NR in Lightroom and other software.
- A slight crop to the 4k video recording.
- This was not a con for me, but others may think it. There’s a lot to learn w/in the settings of this camera. Take the time to read the advanced handbook. Experiment!
3. Panasonic Lumix G95
The Panasonic Lumix DC-G95 is another solution that comes with great features if you are planning to capture great content. G90 and G91 sold outside North America, which uses a different type of display. It is a mid-range 20MP Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. Panasonic says it’s designed to be equally adept at both stills and video, though we don’t wholly agree.
It offers an extensive degree of direct control, a flip-out touchscreen, and in-body stabilization: a combination that’s unusual at this point in the market. This is enough to make it an attractive enthusiast stills camera, but a significant video crop undermines its video-making credentials. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 94,990.
Pros of Panasonic G95 :
- The flexible screen can be easily adjusted to almost any format you want. You can make the screen face outwards or to the back. What I really like about this is that it felt very sturdy/stable, regardless of where you put the screen at.
- The menu system on this camera is clear and direct. I didn’t feel overwhelmed when scattering through the menu. Very organized and not at all intimidating.
- You can customize almost any of the camera controls you want. I didn’t toy with this feature because it’s really based on those who already have a system when shooting professionally.
- 4k (30, 25, and 24fps) shoots work like a charm, and yes unlimited recording is allowed.
- The dials and the control buttons all feel firm and tight. Nothing on this is loose or wiggling.
- The stabilization is well-made in this camera (a Dual IS system with 5-axis image stabilization). I know this will be a benefit for those who want to shoot at a slower shutter speed, therefore keeping the ISO speed down.
- The buffer delay is nonexistent. It takes maybe 1 second to store your image.
- Face and eye detection work really well. In a crowded mall, I was able to focus directly on my friend.
- Built-in pop-up flash. No need to buy an extension because this flash also has numerous settings depending on your shot.
- You can choose to use either a mechanical or electronic shutter. The choice is yours.
- The screen is responsive, with no delay, and I found it very useful to set the focus point while using the screen as a guide.
- The weatherproof/ dustproof design gives this camera a great grip, regardless of hand size.
Cons of Panasonic G95 :
- Battery life isn’t great. Up to 290 shots and you then have to charge it up. It does have a power-saving mode that can bring it up to 900 shots.
- Putting the camera up to your eye does create an issue with the screen below. On numerous occasions, it was very easy to brush the screen with my hand and the focus point, that I originally put, was changed.
- Micro USB connection (not USB Type-C). This is a Pro as well because you can charge it without a battery replacement, but a Con because it’s a Micro USB connection.
- The electronic viewfinder occurs indoors, low light, which results in a noticeably grainier picture.
- You’re able to combine multiple images into one action shot. Have no idea why you just film it (it’s literally the same feature).
- For more of the camera pro, the Micro Four Thirds sensor is small, but this doesn’t seem to harm its performance.
- A single memory card slot. No extension options.
- Note that this has a smaller sensor, but it does not put it at a disadvantage. Still, you need to know that there are some competitors (ex: Sony) that have cameras that provide a bigger sensor and more megapixels for the same money.
- I’ve noticed some noise performance in the camera at higher ISO speeds.
Reviewing cameras are always difficult because the end result is what “you” see in a picture/video. It’s the same as buying a car or a house. You need to test it out yourself before saying “yes, I’ll buy it.” This is a must if you don’t really know about the mechanics of a camera because there might be something on this camera that doesn’t feel right to you.
But if I had to summarize it, it’s a great camera that fits all beginners and pros. The software is well-made and is still compact enough to put it in your backpack. I see this more for vloggers but for those who live in a sports world that need 4k 60fps, this camera doesn’t have it. A simple menu layout that makes it easy for beginners, and the in debt customization and modes that makes it feel like home for a professional.
4. Panasonic Lumix Gh4
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 4K Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera is a true hybrid camera designed for both professional photo and video use. It features a 16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor and a 4-CPU Venus Engine, capable of capturing high-resolution JPEG and RAW stills, as well as UHD 4K 3840×2160 30p/24p and cinematic DCI 4K 4096×2160 video at 24p.
Like its predecessor, the GH4 features a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, while offering increased resolution on both the OLED monitor and electronic viewfinder. It also features built-in Wi-Fi with NFC technology, in-camera creative controls, and high-speed 49-point autofocus in both photo and video mode. Use within the communication range of the device to be connected.
The GH4 boasts newly developed high-precision, high-speed dual OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) displays of 2,359K-dot LVF (Live View Finder) and 1,036K-dot rear monitor. Both the LVF and rear monitor adopt an OLED to achieve high-speed response with minimum time lag while enhancing the resolution. Notably, the OLED for the LVF in GH4 boasts 10,000:1 high contrast for superior color reproduction.
To be tough enough to withstand heavy field use, the main structure of the GH4 is composed of a magnesium alloy full die-cast front/rear frame. It also features splash / dustproof construction by sealing every joint, dial, and button. The shutter unit allows a max. 1/8000 shutter release and is also redesigned to be even more durable for approx. 200,000 actuation. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 1.80,900.
5. Panasonic Lumix Gh5
The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 is the fifth in the company’s industry-changing video and stills ‘hybrid’ lineup. With its 20MP Four Thirds sensor and deep video-centric feature set, it looks likely to pick up where the GH4 left off as a favorite of indie filmmakers and photographers whose interests venture into the realm of motion picture work.
The GH5’s feature set moves on suitably far from its predecessor that the company says the GH4 will remain in its lineup as a lower-cost option for users who don’t need the additional capability that the GH5 brings.
For many users, the addition of in-body stabilization and 4K video without cropping might be enough to make the camera a worthwhile upgrade, but Panasonic has revised and improved almost every aspect of the camera’s behavior and performance. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 2,24,990.
- 20MP Four Thirds sensor (no OLPF)
- 5-axis in-body image stabilization system with ‘Dual IS 2’ support
- All 4K footage taken using the full width of sensor (oversampled from 5.1K footage)
- Internal 4K/30p 10-bit 4:2:2 video capture
- 4K/59.94p and 50p shooting with 10-bit 4:2:2 output or 8-bit, 4:2:0 internal recording
- 1080 video at up to 180p, enabling 7.5x slow-motion
- 9 fps shooting with continuous autofocus
- Advanced DFD autofocus
- Dual UHS-II card slots (V60 ready)
- Autofocus point joystick
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth
- Pre-configurable rack focus mode
- Waveform and vectorscope monitors
- Paid upgrade to enable V-LogL video capture with LUT-based preview display
6. Panasonic Lumix S5
Panasonic went big with its first-generation Lumix DC-S1 full-frame mirrorless camera, both in size (it’s as hefty as some SLRs) and price, positioning it around $2,500, toward the high-end of the range for a 24MP model.
It’s targeting a more entry-level market with the Lumix DC-S5 ($1,999.99, body only), but instead of cutting back on features, the S5 is a bit more capable, offering improved video features and better autofocus. It’s a great entry point for full-frame imaging and a winner of our Editors’ Choice award.
LUMIX S5 is a hybrid full-frame mirrorless camera that achieves both excellent performance in photo/video in a compact body designed for aspirational content creators.
At the heart of the camera, the LUMIX S5 contains a 24.2-megapixel 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor that boasts a wide dynamic range and high sensitivity performance made possible by sufficient light condensation. The LUMIX S5 further realizes recording maximum ISO51200 crystal-clear high sensitivity video with the adoption of the Dual Native ISO technology.
As a pioneer of photo/video hybrid mirrorless cameras, the LUMIX has the largest lineup of cameras that record 4K 10-bit video*2. As the latest member of the family, the LUMIX S5 is capable of 4K 60p/50p 4:2:0 10-bit, and 4K 30p/25p 4:2:2 10-bit internal recording. It is also capable of 4K 60p/50p 4:2:2 10-bit HDMI output. For 4K 30p/25p 4:2:0 8-bit internal recording, there is no time limit.
The LUMIX S5 boasts high-speed, high-precision AF in both photo shooting and video recording that is made possible with advanced deep-learning technology featuring real-time detection of the subject’s type and parts such as human eye, face, head, and body. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 2,35,590.
- Includes many of the video features found on the more expensive S1H, though not the highest bit rate codecs
- Updates to Panasonic’s DFD autofocus system promise improved subject recognition and speedier AF calculations
- Multi-shot 96MP high res mode can output JPEG and Raw
- Live view composite mode opens the door to some creative photo opportunities.
7. Panasonic Lumix S1R
The Panasonic LUMIX S1R yields unprecedented image quality with high resolution, rich gradation, and superior color reproduction. A high-speed, high-precision AF system based on advanced control technology over the lens, the sensor, and the new Venus Engine enable the user to capture the precise moment in the finest detail.
The LUMIX S1R also boasts industry-leading video recording performance (4K 60p/50p), intuitive control, a rugged design for heavy field use, durability, and expandability.
The Panasonic S1r is a mirrorless camera with a 47-megapixel sensor. As such, it provides highly detailed pictures which can be enlarged to wall-size prints. With all these pixels, one can crop the image for the perfect composition.
The camera is about the size and weight of the digital SLR, and it is ideal for the meticulous worker who takes time to compose his photographs. Its autofocus system works best when dealing with static subjects. For landscape and portraiture photography, this is fine. But recording sporting events with fast action, the continuous focus is not as reliable as those found on cameras such as the Sony a7 III, the Nikon F-series, or the Canon EOS cameras. Panasonic G7 camera price in Nepal is Rs. 4,78,900.
For those who wish to use manual focusing, this camera is almost perfect. With its kit lens, there are several focusing aids. A portion of the image can be enlarged to see the most delicate details for focusing, and a color fringe can be projected on edges when they are in focus.
I was impressed with the viewfinder. It shows the distance of the subject and the depth-of-field for a given aperture. For old-timers, this allows them to set the hyperfocal distance on a lens. This setting is invaluable when the goal is to maximize the depth of field.
This camera is ideal for scientific work. It can be made to operate in a vibration-free mode. With such a stable platform, this ensures the sharpest obtainable pictures when the camera is mounted on either a telescope or a microscope.
- Excellent 47MP full-frame sensor.
- 5-axis sensor stabilization.
- Big, sharp EVF.
- Good control system.
- Backlit control buttons.
- Protected from dust and splashes.
- Top information LCD.
- 4K video at up to 60fps.
- More expensive than competitors.
- Obnoxiously heavy.
- Contrast focus limits tracking speed and burst rate.
- Limited lens selection.
Panasonic Lumix Camera Price List In Nepal
|Model||Price in Nepal|
|Panasonic Lumix G7||Rs. 60,000|
|Panasonic Lumix G85||Rs. 72,990|
|Panasonic Lumix G95||Rs. 94,990|
|Panasonic Lumix Gh4||Rs. 180,900|
|Panasonic Lumix Gh5||Rs. 224,990|
|Panasonic Lumix S5||Rs. 235,590|
|Panasonic Lumix S1R||Rs. 478,900|
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