Having previously introduced the Lumix GF-6, this time turn the G-series line-up which adds to its present G6 series. This new camera retains many of the old features of its predecessor, but also adds some new features that will be very useful in this series camera. The newest member of the G series is, Lumix G6. G Series is a line of products that are quite unique. Despite having a body like a DSLR (which on average use APS-C) sensor that carried the micro four thirds, mirrorless cameras are generally on. Panasonic’s goal is to bring a camera that has the flexibility of a DSLR but with a sensor that is certainly much cheaper.
In the specification of this model does not have much difference with the previous series. One significant difference is the ISO range offered by the G6 is much wider than the G5, before only able to achieve ISO 12800 is now able to reach 25600. appears that Panasonic maintains the formula that has made the G5 be quite successful and fix it on the G6. Physically seen the difference between the G5 and G6. Most obvious is the addition of a few physical buttons on the body G6. The body of the camera also looks more curvy than its predecessor. The rest of the both camera may be said to be the twin brother.
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The most striking difference actually can not be seen by naked eye. As GF-6, this camera is also equipped with wi-fi connectivity and Near Field Communication (NFC). Wi-Fi capabilities on this camera can be used to transfer images directly to a computer or a smartphone. This feature also enables to control 90% of the functionality of the camera via an application for smartphones. In addition to these features, GH6 also brings NFC features. This feature allows transferring images from the camera directly to a smartphone or tablet that has the NFC facilities. It enables users of these cameras to photograph them through various social networks.
How to Recover Deleted Photos?
- Download and install photo recovery software on your computer, for example I use Recovery My Files
- Connect your camera memory card to a computer with a card reader
- Run the Recovery My Files program
- Select the drive where you will be in recovery (your camera memory card)
- There are 2 options to be selected, you should select the “search for deleted files (recommended)”
- Wait until the scanning process is finished, the length of the process depends on the size of files to be recovered. If the file is large and many, it is certain that the process will take a long time.
- Once the process is complete, mark all files that will be recovered
- Select the storage location of the file recovery yield, for example, is placed in the D: \, then click OK
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