ePhotozine published the full Panasonic G90 G95 Review:
The Panasonic Lumix G90 offers a compelling set of features, combined with excellent handling, and a weather sealed magnesium alloy body. In camera image stabilisation results in sharp photos, and using the Micro Four Thirds system means there’s an abundance of lenses available, both compact and professional. Whilst the battery life is a little short, the power saving option promises to extend this to 1000 shots.
The Panasonic Lumix G90 offers compelling video features, beyond what you would expect at this price point. The G90 provides unlimited 4K UHD video recording, along with V-Log L, which will make it a particularly appealing option for those with a serious interest in video recording.
The new “Live View Composite” works much the same way as Olympus’ “Live Composite” feature, and is a welcome addition, letting you see the photo as it is exposed, whilst also ensuring you avoid over-exposed shots when taking long-exposure night photographs.
If you like the large range of Micro Four Thirds lenses, like the idea of a more compact camera system, then the G90 offers a great DSLR styled camera body.
The camera offers very good image quality, although the 20mp Four Thirds sensor struggles to match APS-C sensors for noise performance at higher ISO speeds. If you don’t need to shoot at high ISO speeds, and want a camera with excellent external controls, and great handling, then the Panasonic Lumix G90 offers a great weather-sealed option. The built-in image stabilisation system works well, meaning you can shoot as slower shutter speeds, and therefore keep the ISO speed down.