Panasonic G9 Field Test Part III: High-res composite, HDR and time-lapse modes put to the test


posted Friday, February 23, 2018 at 12:56 PM EDT

Click here to read the Panasonic G9 Field Test Part III


In my first two Panasonic G9 Field Tests, I tested the camera's primary imaging and video performance. The G9 performed very well in both respects. However, a camera is more than its biggest features.

In the case of the G9, it has many interesting features that may not stand out at first glance. For example, the camera has an in-camera time-lapse mode. It also has great wireless functionality and a bevy of interesting shooting modes, including a high-resolution composite mode. These are not always a big deal to everyone, but for some users, if they work well, they can make the camera a much better option compared to the competition.

Lumix G Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 II lens at 14mm (28mm equiv.), f/5.6, 1/400s, ISO 200. Click for full-size image. HDR Auto.

In my third and final Field Test for the G9, I essentially tied up loose ends and put the camera's lesser-celebrated features and performance aspects to the test. To see how the camera does when used wirelessly or for creating in-camera time-lapse videos and HDR images, click here. For more on the Panasonic G9 and to read the first two Field Tests if you have yet to do so, click here

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