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Panasonic G9 vs. Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III: Which is the king of Micro 43?



In this head-to-head matchup we compare the Panasonic G9 to the new Olympus EM1 Mark III. Find out which one is king of the Micro Four Thirds world!

The Olympus EM1 Mark III may be the new kid on the block, but the Panasonic G9 is rocking an impressive mid-life firmware upgrade. Watch the vid for a blow-by-blow comparison.

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31 Responses

  1. Karl S

    One of your best comparison reviews, I’ve seen in a long time. The features and there applications were well presented and most importantly, in context which gave the viewers a fuller understanding. Well done guys, Thanks

  2. Alex Primary

    You had me at the title. Ditto on the grip, the Oly just feels a step above in the hand.
    I snagged an open-box G9 for way less than retail, after upgrading to the EM1 Mark III, so curious to see which one you crown. One important side-note. My EM1 froze several times this weekend on a sailing trip while shooting C4K 24P in the higher bitrate, so much so I had to resort to pulling the battery and may have lost some of the footage. Reaching out to Olympus to see what's up… Didn't have that issue with my previous EM1 Mark II…

  3. David Harrison

    It’s nice to see you talking positive about the mft system instead of blah ff blah blah. Both good cameras 👍🏻

  4. Plasteel1

    I don't understand Olympus pricing strategy or sales strategy. Got my G9 with a fantastic Panasonic discount earlier in the year. It was that or an EM-1 mark II, but Olympus keeps its prices high and its discounts low….

  5. Fabrizio Silveri

    I love the Olympus… but hell, they came out more than two years after the Pana, and seriously they couldn't innovate more, for what is not 60% more of the price?
    Exactly like the the EM5 III last year, I love the camera but it's just that tiny little bit disappointing :/

  6. Robert J Kral

    Pretty wild that both cameras got their own F Bomb!!!
    Btw Panasonic g85 has auto starry sky focus (I use it)…the g9 doesn’t?

    Awesome video!

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  8. sclogse1

    The video you shot has a contrasty look. Both cameras. The video this was filmed on is excellent. What camera is that?

  9. Ryan Bielemeier

    All those features are amazing and very useful for many people. Unfortunately for me at this moment, most just get in my way. Too many things to memorize and menu options to wade thru that I don't use. Photography is a hobby for me and a way to slow down. I am enjoying a x-t20 and an canon ftb at the moment.

    What I want is a high build quality camera with great afs, quality basic 1080p video, great ergos, quality viewfinder, wr, easy to manual focus and generally use. Basically a great "base camera" at a reasonable price (enough to cover the build costs + ?% ?). Then go online and pick and choose each upgrade I want to pay for. I am willing to pay a reasonable amount for upgrades available down the line also. Customers can choose to pay say $40 to get the improved AFC or $25 for a new "film simulation" or $50 focus stacking etc etc.. It would cost more than current models if you payed for all the options, but less if you opted for fewer upgrades. Would keep your camera manageable. Bug fixes would be free.

    For people like me, the basic tech has pretty much been good enough for a while. I would like a hq body to keep longer, but with upgradable software for a price.

    Or, at minimum a full on camera, but the ability to make all the options you don't want (or permanently set and forget) be hidden.
    I have had several cameras that were really great for me (pan gx85, Oly em10 m2 among others) but eventually sold them largely due to too many options and menus. M43 noise and af in low light didn't help either.

  10. Alan Roseman

    I concede my video mistake, it was late and I was getting cranky watching the review 😬. Yes, the G9 indeed has some weaknesses, every camera body does.

    The simple fact remains, they were not comparing Apples to Apples. One body is half again as much as the other. If money were no object we'd all be living as we choose.. would we not?

    For the price, the G9 blows the Oly right out of the water. I have no axe to grind against Olympus. They have been producing fine cameras since my misspent youth.

    As a young man with a commercial studio we all wanted to shoot Hasselblad, but before doing so we shot Zenza Bronica, and Mamiya RB67’s when we could afford them, and the C330 and C220 because they were very good systems and we could not afford a 500C with three Zeiss lenses and 3 backs.

    I shot many a job with a Mamiya C330 because it was A. Great Equipment B. I could afford a set of 3 lenses, and C. I could maintain a C220 and a Rapid Omega as backup cameras all for less than the cost of the single Hasselblad kit with 2 backs and an 80mm lens.

    Point being, money was and is a definite object when outfitting the business, I did not compare price the way I compared image quality.

    We are NOT talking about a cost difference of $25. Or $100. We are talking about a significant amount of initial outlay in cash, with zero bang for the buck.

    1. Image quality being the same,
    2. lens options being the same…
    (and they are, exactly the same)
    one can purchase the G9 with enough cash left over to add a wonderful lens to their kit.

    I would advise anyone with $1600. To spend, to purchase the G9 and ad a lens to their kit. Take the advice of an old man…. Add the lens. more satisfying over the long haul.
    In closing I still feel the reviewer has done a disservice by not starting and ending the review with the wild and unexplainable difference in cost for zero image quality improvement.
    Cheers, Alan

  11. Shlomo Levi

    have 2 Lumix on m4/3 and 4 other lumixes and 3 Olympus. ALL these reviews about features it for "equipment masturbators" I do not care about grip since it's lightweight and nothing about the look (Olympus looks better) it's all about image and image IMHO much better and nicer in LUMIX. its better looking, better dynamic range. and most important Olympus images is soft and when I try ad little bit contrast on postprocessing its turn to be dark I like HDR and it's literally impossible to make a surreal mod in Olympus just vibrant. also, Olympus hate users. menu designed IMHO by diplomated schizophrenic LOL. windows still do not read ORIF mean no preview so it's hard to work when my regular camera walk its 4GB https://photos.app.goo.gl/qsZio2TcahTaamDu8 is Lumix and Olympus files together https://photos.app.goo.gl/XUrzNzW5uBJnNPqQ6 btw orif from ep1 it' OK for windows. trying contact support Olympus answer that it Microsoft problem???? and Microsoft answer that it' Olympus problem. personally me? i believe to Microsoft why they should care if Olympus not care.. only reason to have Olympus it extremely cheap on second-hand market I bought EPL PEN7 and OMD10 both with lens big memory additional batteries and bag for $60 each and ep1 salvation army sell me for #10 for body.. it' no any reason to buy new Olympus for full price. BTW https://twitter.com/Shlomolevi7/status/1258467293857820674?s=20
    https://twitter.com/PhotoWebExpo/status/1263441128550010884?s=20

  12. Olaf Weyer

    GH5, GH5s, G9 all had this weeeeeeeeird weight distribution when i held them in the store (with and without lenses). I left with the Olympus. It's a bit of shame because I so wanted to upgrade to Panasonic video features, but well. turned out would stay with Oly after all. The Olympus was just like it was made for my hands, most comfortable camera I ever held. And the weight center is right in the middle.

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