Fabulous form quality; Good ergonomics for its size; Built-in 5-pivot Dual IS, Built-in EVF; Tilting LCD touchscreen screen; Competitive still picture quality; Excellent 4K video quality; Fast self-adjust and burst modes; Generous cushions; Tons of cutting edge highlights; Built-in Wi-Fi.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Wireless SetupThe Panasonic DMC GX85 gets its energy from an exclusive 7.2v 1025mAh lithium-particle battery pack, which is CIPA-evaluated for 290 shots on an accuse of the LCD, and 270 shots with the EVF, when utilizing the 12-32mm unit focal point. The GX85 package incorporates an AC connector, for in-camera charging through the USB port. A Micro (Type-D) HDMI port is additionally given.
Pictures and motion pictures are put away on Secure Digital cards, including SDHC and SDXC sorts, and UHS-I writes are upheld (UHS Speed Class 3 required for 4K recording).
Likewise with numerous cutting edge cameras, the Panasonic GX85 mirrorless incorporates worked in Wi-Fi availability, in any case, not at all like the GX7 and GX8, this new model does exclude NFC innovation. Once associated by means of Wi-Fi, clients can interface their iOS or Android gadgets utilizing the Panasonic Image App for simple sharing of pictures and recordings, and in addition remote control abilities with manual presentation and different settings modification.
Lumix DMC-GX85 Wireless Setup Connection To Smart PhonePanasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Wireless Setup Connecting to a smartphone/tablet For both iOS devices (iPhone/iPod touch/iPad) and Android devices
Connecting without using the password
You can easily set up a direct connection to your smartphone without entering a password.
1 Select the menu on the camera. A SSID
- When the camera is ready to be connected to the smartphone, the SSID is displayed.
- You can also display the information by pressing [Wi-Fi] on the camera.
3 On the Wi-Fi setting screen of the smartphone, select the SSID displayed on the camera.
4 On the smartphone, start “Image App”.
5 When the connection confirmation screen is displayed on the camera, select [Yes] to connect. (For first time connection only)
- When [Wi-Fi Password] is set to the default setting [OFF], third parties may intercept Wi-Fi radio waves and collect the content of communications. Set [Wi-Fi Password] to [ON] to enable the password.
For both iOS devices (iPhone/iPod touch/iPad) and Android devicesAfter use, terminate the connection to the smartphone.
1 Set the camera Lumix GX85 to Recording Mode.
2 Select the camera’s menu items to terminate the Wi-Fi connection.
• You can also terminate the connection by pressing [Wi-Fi] on the camera.
3 On the smartphone, close “Image App”.
For both iOS devices (iPhone/iPod touch/iPad) and Android devicesTerminating the connection
> [Setup] > [Wi-Fi] > [Wi-Fi Function] > [Yes]
(If you are using an iOS device)
On the screen of “Image App”, press the home button to close the app.
(If you are using an Android device)
On the screen of “Image App”, press the return button twice to close the app.
Taking images via a smartphone/tablet (remote recording)
1 Select [ ].
2 Record an image.
• The recorded images are saved in the camera.
• Some settings are not available
Playing back images in the camera1 Select [ ].
2 Touch the image to enlarge it.
Saving images stored in the camera1 Select [ ].
2 Touch and hold an image, and drag it to save it.
• RAW pictures, AVCHD motion pictures, MP4 motion pictures for which the [Rec Quality] size is [4K], 4K burst files, and pictures recorded with [Post Focus] cannot be saved.
Sending images in the camera to an SNS1 Select [ ].
2 Touch and hold an image, and drag it to send it to an SNS, etc.
• The image is sent to a web service such as an SNS.
Adding area data to pictures put away in the camera from a cell phone/tablet
You can send area data procured with a cell phone to the camera. After sending the data, you can likewise compose it on pictures put away in the camera.
- Start recording area data
- Start recording pictures
- Finish recording the area data
- Sending and composing area data
- Connect to a cell phone.
- Select [ ].
- Select [Geotagging].
- Select a symbol.