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LUMIX Global TOP > DSLM CAMERAS > DMC-GH3 > BODY DESIGN: Double OLED Display
The DMC-GH3 boasts high-precision, high-speed OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) displays. Increasing the resolution of display area to 1,744K-dot, the new 16:9 Wide Screen LVF boasts approx.1.34x / 0.67x (35mm camera equiv.) magnification and 100% field of view and eyepoint of approximately 21 mm. By adopting the OLED display, the display time lag is minimized dramatically compared with the predecessor DMC-GH2.
The Touch Pad function enables using both LVF and monitor simultaneously to encourage more intuitive shooting.
The Eye Sensor AF automatically starts focusing when you look into the LVF to capture the spur-of-the-moment.
The 3.0-inch 614K-dot free-angle OLED rear monitor (3:2 aspect) with wide-viewing angle rotates 180° to the side and tilts 270° up and down offers approx. 100% of field of view. The OLED rear monitor adopts static touch control for more smooth operation either in shooting and in playback.
High-precision touch display immediately lets you to set focus to the subject by just touching it on the screen and you can even release the shutter.
The Full-time Live View lets you see what you're shooting with a field of view of approx. 100%.
You can also confirm the depth of field and shutter speed effects by pressing the Function button, if you select the Preview mode.
Brightness, colors, red-green and blue-yellow of the LVF and the rear monitor can all be adjusted. This is handy because it lets you adjust them in advance, based on your computer display or other playback device.
The Level Gauge lets the camera detect the horizontal / vertical angle of view with its internal level working with the acceleration sensor. Photos shot in a portrait aspect will be automatically displayed vertically whatever lens is used.
When equipped with a power zoom lens, electric zoom lever on the left side of the lens barrel makes it smoother to zoom, and you can concentrate on the shutter operation with the right hand.
• Design of GUI (Graphic User Interface) is subject to change without notice.
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