• 60out of 100
    On January 7 2013, Panasonic announced its 2013 line-up of LUMIX compact cameras - ZS30, ZS25, TS5, TS25, LZ30, XS1, and SZ3. The line-up features new connectivity options, including in-built Wi-Fi and NFC (Near Field Communication) technologies, to provide the widest range of remote shooting options, remote viewing and instant sharing on social networks.  The LUMIX ZS30 is Panasonic's most advanced photo and video hybrid compact camera to date. It features 18.1 Megapixels MOS Sensor,...More »
  • 70out of 100
    On April 9 2013, Panasonic announced a new Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera DMC-GF6 featuring a new 16 Megapixels Live MOS Sensor, a newly developed Venus Engine,  Light Speed AF system for stills and video,  ISO 25600 (Extended) high sensitivity,  Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC (Near Field Communication),  1920 x 1080 at 60i (NTSC) / 50i (PAL) full-HD video in AVCHD format,  a built-in flash, and a 3.0-inch 180-degree tiltable LCD monitor. With Wi-Fi and NFC,...More »
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  • 80out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 80out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • Not Rated
    On August 1 2013,  Panasonic announced a new member of its mirrorless system with Micro Four Thirds mount , the DMC-GX7, which is a successor to the popular DMC-GX1 camera that came out back in 2011. It features a 16 Megapixels m4/3 size sensor, a sensor-shift based stabilization system,  Wi-Fi connectivity (allows you to control the camera with your smartphone, too), a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second and an ISO sensitivity range of 200-25600. There is also  a til...More »
    DMC-GX7 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 78out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 90out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 83out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 85out of 100
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • Not Rated
    On October 18 2013, Fuji announced the 16.3 Megapixels X-E2 , following the  Fuji X-M1 and Fuji X-A1 that was recently announced back in June. The X-E2 is, however, positioned above these two cameras, just underneath the flagship Fuji X-Pro1 that was announced 1.5 years ago.  Fujifilm have made a number of significant improvements on the inside of the X-E2. It uses the same 16.3 Megapixels X-Trans II CMOS sensor which features in the Fuji X100s compact camera.  This sen...More »
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  • Not Rated
    On October 17 2013, Panasonic announced DMC-GM1 , a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera with a 16 Megapixels sensor, 1036K-dot touchscreen and Wi-Fi connectivity. Other highlights include a completely silent electronic shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/16000s, focus peaking, pop-up flash and Full HD video recording capabilities.  The Contrast AF System of DMC-GM1 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signal between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety o...More »
    DMC-GM1 Sample Photos from Flickr
  • 80out of 100
    On July 18 2013, Panasonic announced the Lumix DMC-FZ70 60x SuperZoom compact camera (aka FZ72 in Europe). The camera matches the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300, and Fufjifilm FinePix SL1000 in terms of telephoto reach at 1,200mm, but its 20mm wide-angle field captures a wider perspective than any of those cameras can manage.  The DMC-FZ70 featuers a 1/2.3-inch CMOS image sensor, 16.1 Megapixels  High Sensitivity MOS  sensor, a 20-1,200mm f/2.8-5.9 (35m...More »
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  • 75out of 100
    On July 18 2013, Panasonic announced the Lumix DMC-FZ70 60x SuperZoom compact camera (aka FZ72 in Europe). The camera matches the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300, and Fufjifilm FinePix SL1000 in terms of telephoto reach at 1,200mm, but its 20mm wide-angle field captures a wider perspective than any of those cameras can manage.  The DMC-FZ70 featuers a 1/2.3-inch CMOS image sensor, 16.1 Megapixels  High Sensitivity MOS  sensor, a 20-1,200mm f/2.8-5.9 (35m...More »
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  • 11/23/2013: Add review by PhotoZone. 10/6/2013: Add review by PCMag. 7/9/2013: Add review by Phoblographer. 4/20/2013: Add review by PR. On September 17 2012, Panasonic announced the Lumix G X 35-100mm f/2.8 weather sealed zoom lens for Micro Four Thirds system cameras. The 35-100mm lens is a fast 70-200mm equivalent telephoto zoom lens, incorporates Panasonic's Power O.I.S. optical image stabilizer making it easy to shoot clear photos even in low-light situatio...More »
  • Panasonic today releases a firmware update for its Lumix DMC-GX7 compact system camera. Firmware version 1.2 improves manual focus operation with the Lumix G Vario 12-32mm/F3.5-5.6 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S. lens, and allows the adjustment of flash output to be assigned to the Fn button. Here is the full list of functions that is available with the new firmware: Improved compatibility of MF operation with H-FS12032 lens. (Adjustment of flash output) now can be assigned to the Fn b...More »
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