Panasonic was the first company to embrace mirrorless camera video. Finally, videographers had a (reasonably) large sensor camera that could handle autofocus, external microphones and 1080p video. The company raised the bar with each subsequent model, introducing 4K video with the G7 and internal 10-bit 4K with the GH5.
However if you’re in the market for a camera that is focused on video, is ahead of the curve in low light performance and resolution the GH5s is certainly a worthy contender and value for what you get.
Panasonic’s GH5s mirrorless camera sets a new standard for mirrorless video. The multi-aspect sensor enables high-quality, 10-bit Cinema 4K video with a wider field of view than the GH5, while offering much-improved low-light shooting. It’s not ideal for vloggers and photographers, though, as it lacks in-body stabilization and has just 10.2 megapixels of resolution which is superb for video but falls apart for serious photography.