Panasonic has teased, teased and teased its new G series camera, to finally launch it with interesting specs. The Micro-Four Thirds almost as bis as a DSLRs and loaded with features including dust- and splash-proof magnesium alloy body, you’ll find a 16.05-megapixel Live Mos sensor with 200 to 12,800 ISO natively with extension from 125 to 25,600. Alos in the mix is the Panasonic’s latest Venus engine, with 6 FPS burst shooting (20 in 4-megapixel mode).
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Olympus has introduces the new PEN E-PL5 and E-PM2 in Cologne at Photokina 2012, only progressive updates to already-existing lines, but there are some notable new features packed into these tiny bodies. Both models, announced today, offer nearly identical specifications, with notable differences on the form-factor front.
Just like its predecessor, the E-PL5 has an articulating screen and a small, all-metal body. Specs include16.1-megapixel High-Speed Live MOS sensor TruePic VI image processor from the OM-D E-M5 Maximum ISO setting of 25,600. 460,000 dot, 3-inch touchscreen 1080i video and an 8fps continuous [...]
Hong Kong celebrity Angelababy who is also the Brand Ambassador for Panasonic has accidentally posted the picture of the company’s next wonder on none other than, the popular Instagram. The G1x was not well received by the audience so hopefully panasonic can make a mark with this new camera. The specs are still in the rumor mill and the GF5 will supposedly feature a 12-megapixel sensor but with a better signal-to-noise ratio and a higher ISO 12800, it’ll also have a much sharper LCD with 920k dots (instead of just 460k on the GF3).
Panasonic’s foray into Micro 4/3 system cameras has got them the fame they were looking for, but that does not mean they are stopping anytime soon. The company has just released the new DMC GX1 Micro 4/3 camera, which features a new revamped 16 megapixel ILC that includes a Live MOS sensor and Venus engine. It also has a maximum ISO of 12,800 which seems high enough. Like other cameras these are also compatible with all micro 4/3 lenses from various manufacturers.
The Company says that the GX1 brings the build from the original GF1 and the robustness, the GF2 and GF3 failed to deliver. The cameras will be [...]
Olympus has finally made the PEN E-PM1 Official and that too for a pretty ginormous 500 US $ or about 2500o Indian, including a 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens. The company is calling it “the easiest PEN to use,” yet the Olympus PEN is possibly the most impressive Micro four thirds series camera.
Specs IncludeNew simpler user interface 23 Scene-Select modes 3-inch 460k-dot LCD 1080i HD video capture RAW shooting ISO 12,800 Manual, Aperture Priority, and Shutter Priority shooting modes. purple, pink, brown, white, silver, and black color options
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Panasonic has just announced the new GF3X, essentially the GF3 with a new X Series Lens. These new lenses are much more compact and have steel mounts as opposed to the plastic mounts found in the original Lumix G lenses. Read the Press Releases below for the full low down on these cameras and lenses.
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After the Panasonic GF1, came the GF2 and now its the GF3. The third in series of Micro four thirds cameras from Panasonic brings about little but design changes and a few minor improvements to the camera. The LUMIX GF3 is approximately 16.7% smaller and 16.2% lighter than its predecessor, the LUMIX GF2.
Key Features include
[ordered_list style=”lower-greek”]12.1 megapixel Sensor Panasonic Image Processor 1080i AVCHD video 3-inch touchscreen ISO range of 160 to 6400 Redesigned UI NO Hot Shoe Price $699 (Rs. 32,000)