Note: This is just the camera. It does not come with a lens.
The GH2 increases the still resolution of the earlier GH1 up to 16.05MP, has 1920×1080 60i HD Video with Dolby stereo sound, and faster auto focus than its predecessor. In fact, Panasonic claims that it autofocuses in 0.1 seconds, which is a similar speed to SLR cameras using phase-detection autofocus. It can handle 5 frames per second and can be set to ISO 12,800.
It’s still smaller (4.88×3.53×2.98 inches and 14 oz) than most DSLRs. There is a 3 inch free-angle LCD with 460,000 dots, high sensitivity of up to ISO 12800, and an advanced dust reduction system. The electronic viewfinder, considered the best on any camera in the earlier GH1, has been improved even further, increasing the display area to 1,533,600-dot equivalent resolution with 0.71x magnification and 100% field of view.
A Cinema mode allows you to shoot 1080/24p video with 24Mbps, but there a multitude of other frame rates and resolutions available and it records AVCHD and Quick Time Motion JPEG. There are a variety of color modes and 3 different black and white settings for in-camera processing. You can even shoot a high resolution 14MP photo at the touch of the shutter button while shooting video.