It is that time of the year again: the Consumer Electronics Show has begun and digital camera makers have joined the event in order to show off their latest products. We are starting with Panasonic, as the company has just introduced the world’s first mirrorless camera that supports 4K 60p/50p videos.
There is no doubt that Panasonic loves videographers and they feeling is likely mutual. The company was among the first to support the 4K standard in consumer photography and now it is stepping up a notch by adding plenty of pro-grade video features in the Lumix FZ2500, a bridge camera announced at Photokina 2016.
Panasonic has just announced one of the most impressive cameras of recent times. The list of specs is long, but the specs we have seen before. However, what is surprising is the price. It is called G85 (or G80 in some markets) and will definitely take you by surprise. Find out everything about it on Camyx!
Panasonic continues its press event with the introduction of the Lumix LX10 compact camera. The latest addition to the LX-series is the first to feature a 1-inch-type sensor. There plenty of other useful features available in the LX10, including WiFi and a touchscreen, but we will let you discover them inside the article.
Panasonic has announced that it is working on a new flagship Micro Four Thirds camera. The company confirmed that the Lumix GH5 is real at Photokina 2016. Additionally, we have some details about its availability as well as its specifications. Find out all the official tidbits in this article!
Panasonic will be quite busy around Photokina 2016, the biggest event of its kind. The show begins this September and the Lumix LX200 compact will be there as a direct successor to the Lumix LX100. Moreover, it seems like the Lumix GH5 flagship camera will be announced at the event, too.
The long-rumored Leica 12mm lens has just been introduced by Panasonic. The rumor mill confirmed it on numerous occasions, but the Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 12mm f/1.4 ASPH. lens is finally here. It is rugged, it focuses fast, it compact and lightweight, so it could become a best-selling optic in the Micro Four Thirds sector.
It will be an interesting year for Micro Four Thirds adopters. Both Panasonic and Olympus are planning to introduce new gear, including cameras and lenses. The former is now rumored to launch a new Leica-branded 12mm wide-angle lens in the second half of 2016, so a Photokina 2016 unveiling could be on the cards.
Panasonic has just introduced the Lumix GX85 / GX80 mirrorless camera that has been making the rounds on the internet for the past few days. This is a compact and lightweight Micro Four Thirds camera that employs a 16-megapixel sensor without an optical low-pass filter, the first of its kind for the MFT format.
After the recent 6K camera rumors, Panasonic is now thought to be working on an 8K camera. A reliable insider is stating that the company is developing an 8K mirrorless camera, whose development will allegedly be confirmed at Photokina 2016, the world’s biggest digital imaging event which takes place this September.
The recently mentioned Panasonic GX85 will actually be named Panasonic GX80. The mirrorless camera in question has just been leaked on the web. The photos reveal that the device will maintain the design traits of the GX-series. As for the specs, the shooter is reminiscent of the GX7, while borrowing some features from the GX8.
Remember the recently rumored entry-level Panasonic Micro Four Thirds camera? Well, it seems like it is not the Lumix GM7 (GM5 replacement). Instead, the Japan-based manufacturer will launch a smaller version of the Lumix GX8. It will be called Lumix GX85 and it is definitely coming soon with 4K video recording support.
Panasonic will hold a major product launch event within the next few weeks. The rumor mill is claiming that the company will introduce an entry-level mirrorless camera based on the Micro Four Thirds mount. In addition to the shooter, Panasonic will also unleash a new premium lens on the market, sources said.
Panasonic is working on a successor to the LX100 compact camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor. The new unit will be called LX200 and it will boast several improvements compared to its predecessor. Among them, the rumor mill says that users will find a bigger-megapixel sensor, higher ISO, and a built-in flash.
Panasonic is working on a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera capable of recording 6K videos. The information is coming from a respectable source, who is claiming that the camera will be aimed at consumers and will be released on the market by March 31, 2017. The device could be the replacement to the GH4, called GH5.