If you’ve been patiently waiting for the arrival of the Panasonic GH6, which we were told, in May, to expect “by end of year,” we’re afraid it’s bad news: The very highly anticipated successor to the GH5 is “expected to be delayed.” Here’s Panasonic’s notice, Google-translated from the Japanese:
Regrettably, “Currently, we are aiming for commercialization in early 2022” doesn’t instill a huge amount of confidence, and if the issue is related to the chip shortages that are plaguing a growing number of cameras of various brands, it’s anybody’s guess just how “early” next year we will see the GH6 appear. At this point, the best advice might well be to just relax and enjoy the holidays—and pray hard.
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