Image stabilization is a key feature for low-light shooters. Some
cameras do it inside the lens, some even move their sensors around. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 Camera
uses both simultaneously to provide wider correction angles than you
can get with either alone. It also packs the highest-res sensor
(20.3-megapixel) ever packed into a Micro Four Thirds camera and an
updated image processor that lends support for 4K video recording and 8
fps boost shooting.