Panasonic Lumix G9 II revealed: here’s why it’s the dark horse of mirrorless cameras

Five years – that’s how long ago the Lumix G9, Panasonic’s flagship Micro Four Thirds camera primarily designed for photographers, was launched. We’ve since had a number of video-centric cameras in the GH line, like the Lumix GH6, and Panasonic has also invested heavily in its full-frame S line of mirrorless cameras, such as the Lumix S5 II. But if you thought Panasonic had ditched MFT, meet the new Lumix G9 II. 

A lot can happen in five years, and the G9 II is comprehensive upgrade from the G9, for photographers and filmmakers alike. There are too many new features to sensibly cover here – we do that in our hands-on Lumix G9 II review – but here are seven reasons why you shouldn’t underestimate what is an extremely powerful mirrorless camera, and one that wildlife photographers in particular will take to.

The Panasonic Lumix G9 II engine design (Image credit: Panasonic)

1. New sensor and processor

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