Sony A6400 VS Panasonic Lumix G95! THE Dishonest Comparison!

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Today we’re comparing two of my favorite cameras of the year. The Sony A6400 and the Panasonic Lumix G95, and we’re going to tell a couple of fibs just to make sure we’re on the edgy side of the youtube sphere because if we dont flat out say we’re honest then we must not be right?

But these two cameras are totally capable of running your dreams of internet stardom, but which one works best?

Lets find out!

Lumix G95

Sony A6400

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Main Camera (Lumix GH5)

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Aarthos says:

Is the rolling shutter realy that bad a6400 for using for youtube and wedding filming and business video's

artistjoh says:

The autofocus issue cannot be ignored. In the days when there was always at least two of us on a video shoot there was no question that manual focus was the only way to go, but in the new world of a single operator performing multiple roles at once the autofocus becomes the only viable option. Of everything discussed here it was the standout point that leads to choosing the A6400 despite my intense annoyance at the monitor compared to the Panny. Also I should point out that the e-mount path from A6400 to A7S II or coming III is a serious option. The GH-5 is a sweet camera, but I rely on my A7S II constantly for after dark work. I recommend Zeiss Batis lenses for dealing with the weight issues of full frame glass. Batis are superb lenses for sharpness and accurate autofocus, but it is their ultra-low weight for their size that I love about them most of all.

Noa Ilagan says:

100th liker omg

Royal Caymanian Dashcams says:

I feel ya dude! I love the outdoors but mossies eat me up too!
BTW You may be subpoenaed to appear at my bankruptcy trial. 😂
Good stuff!

Vanrithy Sok says:

I still miss the stabilization of Panasonic GH5, yet downgraded to a6400 because of the unusable AFC on GH5. I prefer shaky footage than focus hunting like crazy and out of focus. As we know how to handle camera during shooting to make post stabilize easier, it's not a problem. Record in 4K, post-stabilized and export in 1080p.

Yosuhan Verdecia says:

Awesome, great comparison, good job comparing those 2 cameras I think that in the end it will come to owner preferences, both cameras are great, and with the time I guess it will be harder to decide, I think this is the best time to start creating content, there are so many options on a budget, by the way thanks a lot EverydayDad I just got my GH5 and I'm really happy, thanks a lot.

Jason Bascos says:

Since you don’t color grade (and I don’t either), what picture profile do you normally use on the a6400? Thanks!

Jose Dias says:

What you got on my Pepsi, bro?


I enjoyed your videos this one is one of the best really in my opinion. I prefer Lumix g95 instead Sony a6400. I am planning to buy g95 to beginning to make a video for you tube then. I will be buying another one like GH5. Sony main problem is the batteries. Once again. I appreciate the video between both new camera.

のぢGrey says:

6:50 after a couple of these side by sides it appears that the G95 saves highlights better. It's that true or is it AE failure on Sony's behalf, or even user error? Because right now I'm seeing more usable SOOC DR from the baby boy sensor here over the Sony. And to me, that plus stabilisation, is big.

Rio91021 says:

"Pepsi is the better tasting soda"
Nah just joking

Aengus MacNaughton says:

Great comparison of similar/dissimilar cameras — in terms of your specific uses. I'm a Lumix fan (have a G85) — but I'd love to have the Sony AF. What park are some of those shots taken at? That dinosaur is cool!

8lacKy says:

Or, you know, get a Zhiyun Weebill Lab as a little upgrade one day and put the 6400 on that bad boy. 😛 Still a tad too pricey atm, though~

Robert J says:

Deciding. I love the A6400 trying out in store, especially the auto focus, but that Panasonic stabilization, just wow: if walking around it’s just no contest the Panny is nicer to look at.

Mark Attardo says:

But that stabilization though!

Mark Shirley says:

I'm hoping to buy a A6400. I've watched a lot of reviews but I have noticed the highlight roll off on Sony cameras isn't the best, is it just me, am I wrong. I noticed it on Potato jet and Armando Ferrara's comparison between the A73 and EOS-R. This video is the same the Sony looks more 'digital'.

Nexsis LaBorde says:

Hey Everyday Dad i'm a Panasonic Lumix G85 and like you have mentioned before the auto focus is a real pain , i mostly use it in manual mode but if i really need that pull focus type of shot i switch it into single auto focus because it works better than the continue by far also 😅 sony cameras are wayyyy out of my price rang living in the caribbean is a drag with import taxes but overall great content and keep it up 👏

Frank Feng says:

Honestly, Sony's native aps-c zooms aren't that bad compared to M43. There are already 10-18, 18-135, 16-70, 18-105 that are priced no higher than M43 equivalents. Plus those Sigma 16-30-56 primes simply cannot be matched in M43 lineup.

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