In this comparison, the Panasonic Gx9 is superior than the Panasonic Gx85.

The GX9's focus mode selection is located on the right side of the camera.
The focus selector on the back of the GX9 replaces one of the physical function buttons on the front of the camera. (There are three rather than four of them.) On both cameras, the right side of the touch screen has five extra virtual buttons that may be accessible via the touch screen. The GX9 also has the option of customizing the Fn button, which can be found on a number of Olympus lenses. From the time we purchased the Lumix GX85 in 2016, it has been our go-to camera for product photography and video evaluations.
GX85, 1/160 sec., f/5.6, ISO 200 – Lumix G 12-32mm f/2.8
gx9
The autofocus for static images remains same, however there has been a significant improvement in video focusing. Despite the fact that it is still far from ideal, the GX9 is much more responsive. When you truly push the performance to the limit, the 5-axis stabilisation shows modest benefits, but it is improbable that you would benefit from it in your normal job. Taking photographs while simultaneously recording video in either photo or video priority. The GX9 gives you the option of selecting the picture size in video priority, but the GX85 restricts you to a maximum of 2MP.
gx9
GX9, Cine-Like V, and GX9
gx9
You won't find this new black and white profile on the GX85, but it is available on the GX9. As an alternative to Monochrome and L.Monochrome styles, the new L.Monochrome D style retains the deep shadows while boosting the bright tones in order to provide you with greater contrast in comparison to the other two styles. Keep in mind that you may also choose a filter and grain effect for B&W stills, but the latter is only accessible on the GX9 and above. Both cameras allow you to adjust the sensitivity of the eye sensor to a low or high setting, however I didn't see a significant difference between the two settings.
gx9
Vlogging is important, whether you're simply sharing clips with your friends or you're trying to build a successful online on-camera business. We sought for cameras that have selfie-friendly displays, wide-angle lenses, microphone inputs, and excellent video quality, and we chose the best of the bunch. When it comes to continuous burst shooting, the GX9 is only a little quicker than the GX85, attaining rates of up to 9 frames per second in High mode, compared to 8 frames per second on the GX85.
gx9
Despite the fact that both cameras provide crisp video in 4K, the GX9 produces somewhat superior results overall. If we open the RAW files with the same profile and settings, the skin tones seem to be different from one another. With post-processing, the GX9 seems more natural and homogeneous; nonetheless, this is a minor difference that may be minimized. It is possible to add noise reduction to the JPGs by modifying the parameters listed in the Photo Style window. In addition to some watercolour effects beyond 6400 ISO, there is a substantial reduction in detail on both cameras at the highest ISO numbers tested.
The GX9 has a more complete feel to it in terms of ease of use, due to the rear focus mode selection, the revised menu system, and of course the tilting EVF, though I must say that I used it less than I had anticipated during my testing. Alternatively, I would have like a front grip that was a little broader and more rounded, similar to that of the GX7. In addition, the GX9 has two distinct menus, but I'm not sure why there was a need for them given that the first one is used to modify the exposure setting and the second one is required to enable 4K Live Cropping.
When shooting with the EVF, you may utilize the monitor as a touch AF pad by moving your finger over the screen. It is really exact, yet depending on which eye you choose to write with, your nose may get in the way of your work. In addition to having a combined resolution of 2,764k dots and a 0.7x magnification, it is built on field sequential technology.
If you want to make changes to the major exposure settings, you may do so by using the top command dial that surrounds the shutter release button and the smaller command dial on the back of the camera. When these two dials are set to a custom button, they may be used to control other parameters like as white balance and ISO. When it comes to purchasing an interchangeable lens camera, the number of lenses offered is a major deciding factor. Micro Four Thirds lens mount is shared by both the Panasonic GX9 and the Panasonic GX85, and there are presently 116 native lenses available for use with both cameras.
There are four generations of Sony's flagship a7 full-frame mirrorless camera model, and the Sony a7 IV is the most technologically sophisticated of them all. Continue reading for an in-depth look at Sony's newest full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. However, I am not opposed to the tilting evf if it can be put to good use by some.
There is one useful feature that is absent from the GX85: the ability to select the minimum shutter speed while operating in Auto ISO mode. Surprisingly, the two items have fairly comparable performance characteristics. In single AF, they are very quick at acquiring focus in bright light, and their performance remains excellent in low light as long as there is adequate contrast between the subject and the background (the minimum sensitivity is of -4Ev). The GX9 offers an additional white balance setting dubbed AWBc, which retains natural colors while shooting under artificial light sources, which tend to generate a reddish appearance.
gx85
When using Bluetooth on the GX9, you can keep a continual low-power connection with your smartphone, allowing you to do automated picture transfers, switch on and off the camera, and sync the clock. For high ISO values, performance remains consistent all the way up to 6400 ISO, which is the highest degree of sensitivity accessible for video. It should be noted that the GX9 has the option of setting the ISO to operate in automatic mode. As previously stated, the stabilisation system is also capable of stabilizing video, with additional options such as digital stabilization, which I will go over in further detail in the dedicated section below. This camera was the world's first to have 5-axis stabilisation, as well as the world's first Dual system, which combined sensor and optical stabilisation to provide improved performance in low-light conditions.
gx85