Double click to see this JPEG in full UHD 16:9. Shot with Scene file 5, at 0dB, UHD 50p. Note. Some of you will tell me 25p would be fine for a still picture like this but I prefer to get extra bonus of 150Mbps rather than 100Mbps (25p).
The single light source is from one Datavision LEDGO R332 LED ring light in front of the DVX-200 lens. I also tried out the interval timer record which works flawlessly.
A word of warning if you have a Panasonic PX-270 it comes with a VW-VBD58 battery pack which is the same battery that comes with the DVX-200. Some of you may also have the hahnel HL-D54 Lion battery used in the AC-90 and the PX270 but it won’t fit the DVX-200.
In the DVX-200 manual it tells us that FHD is 15.49 pixels leaving a further 4.51 MP margin confirming that the 200 is indeed sporting the Lumix GX8 sensor, this has been doubted by other readers. I only found this out today which is why I have also included this information in a previous “GX8 sensor” post.
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