G9II at BHphoto, Amazon US&EU, Adorama, Fotokoch, FotoErhardt, WexUK.
35-100mm f/2.8 at BHphoto, Amazon, Adorama, Fotokoch, FotoErhardt, WexUK.
100-400mm f/4/6.3 II at BHphoto, Amazon, Adorama, Fotokoch, FotoErhardt, WexUK.
Battery grip for G9II andS5II at BHphoto, Amazon, Adorama, Fotokoch, FotoErhardt, WexUK.
Enagdget published their full Lumix G9II review and concluded:
With all that, the $1,900 G9 II is one of the most capable hybrid cameras I’ve seen. The handling, speed and improved autofocus make it a compelling option for wildlife photographers. But the excellent video capabilities and quality makes it a great choice for content creators as well.
Panasonic’s main competition on the photography side is the $2,000 OM-1. The G9 II has more resolution, but the OM-1 has a faster stacked sensor. For photos, either is a good choice, depending on what you need. However, the G9 II is far superior for video.
On the content creation side, Sony’s $2,200 ZV-E1 is a clear rival, and is a touch better for vloggers. Panasonic’s own GH6, currently discounted to $1,700, is another option. However, neither of those models can touch the G9 II on the photography side. Perhaps the best fully hybrid alternative would be Fujifilm’s X-H2, as it offers both speed and video chops, but it costs $600 more. All told, if you’re someone who tends to do both photography and video, the G9 II is a great choice.