Lumix introduces High Resolution Mode
Panasonic just released its new Lumix G9 camera and one of the features many are excited for is the 40 and 80 Mega Pixel High Resolution Mode. The mode works by taking multiple photos pixel apart and then stacking them. Which is all done by the software on the camera. We wanted to to see how much more detail you got from 80MP photo vs the 20MP photo. If you are planning to shoot in the High Resolution Mode, we recommend you use a tripod. Also it is worth noting that this feature does require very little movement. Meaning this is great for landscape shots, however will probably not work the best on windy days or in photos where there is a lot of background or foreground movement.
Here is our first sample, more to come.[baslider name=”LumixGHRM”]