The new large, approx.1040K-dot high resolution monitor boasts approx. 100% of field of view, and it tilts up approx. 180°. The front panel is directly attached to the new In Cell Touch LCD without containing air layer in between. The result is that the reflection of external light is dramatically suppressed. Together with the increased resolution and improved color reproduction, the monitor for DMC-GF6 secures higher visibility under bright conditions. Plus, attenuation of transmitting backlight is minimized to achieve wide angle of view and by 25% of power saving.
With the Full-area Touch AF, it is possible to set focus on any point in the field of view which realizes quick and intuitive focusing operation with free frame composition. In addition, the newly adopted Touch AE (Auto Exposure) function allows setting focus and exposure at a single touch on the subject displayed on the monitor.
Full-area focusing makes it possible to set focus on any point in the field of view. Frame composition is free and intuitive combining the touch-screen operation.
The AFF (AF Flexible) locks on the focus when shutter button is half-pressed, however, if the subject moves, the focusing is reset to get the best results.
Contrast AF system* gives the DMC-GF6 a variety of AF modes.
• Pinpoint AF
• 1-area AF (Flexible Scale)
• Multi-area AF (23-area)
• AF Tracking
• Face Detection AF
You can enlarge the part by just a touch to select 1x, 4x, 5x or 10x and smoothly move the part by dragging it on the screen.
* When used with Power Zoom lenses H-PS14042 or H-PS45175.
** In M (Manual) mode.
In spite of its compact size, the DMC-GF6 comes equipped with a built-in flash, a light intensity that is equivalent to GN5.0 (ISO100 · m), GN6.3 (ISO160 · m). The use of flash expands the photographic opportunity in shooting people at nighttime or indoors.
You can customize a total of 4 function buttons (2 in button and 2 in touch menu tab) by allotting a function you use often.
In the Custom Mode, a total of 4 custom setting patterns can be memorized to the camera.