New rumors suggest that we will see a new Panasonic 4K camera arrive around NAB 2015. The camera is expected to serve as a replacement for the Panasonic AF100, which can now be had at the discounted price of $2799.
Rumors include references to improved dynamic range of 15 or 16+ stops possible, depending on the various rumor sources. Additional rumored specs include the following: [Read more…]
Here is the first image of the upcoming Panasonic GF7 that leaked out on Digicame-info. The new camera is the successor the Panasonic GF6 and is believed to sport a 16MP sensor, ISO 200-25,600 sensitivity and a 180º tilting LCD.
That’s the 12-32mm lens on the front that ships as a kit lens for the GM1 and GM5, which suggests that this camera will be very compact. Below is a photo of the GM1 next to the Canon G12 compact camera for sense of scale. [Read more…]
The more and more I see on the new Panasonic 4K Lumix camera, the more I am impressed. It is shaping up to be a groundbreaking 4K camera. The “game changer” moniker is really gone at this point for resolution and frame rate bumps; however, the G4K may be the most impressive launch we’ve seen in a prosumer camera in the past few years – especially if it comes in at the quoted “under $2000” price point.
Numerous rumors and leaks point to a Friday launch for the Panasonic 4K concept we saw at CES 2014. We believe the camera will be called the G4K and will offer a bevy of video-centric features. Previously rumored specs for the Panasonic Lumix G4K camera appear to be on the money and include: [Read more…]
Panasonic is rumored to launch the very compact Lumix GM1 mirrorless camera soon. Ahead of its official release though, feast your eyes on these images that have leaked out. [Read more…]
A German magazine has leaked out the new Panasonic Lumix GX7 mirrorless camera. The Micro Four Thirds shooter should feature sensor-based image stabilization (a first for Panasonic) and ship in September 2013. [Read more…]
The new Panasonic Lumix G6 and LF1 cameras are expected to be announced next week. The Micro Four Thirds Lumix G6 would replace the Lumix G5, which features a 16.05MP sensor, 3″ touchscreen LCD and 1080p video capture at 60fps. I would expect a rather incremental upgrade for the G6 since the flagship Panasonic Lumix GH3 also sports a 16.05MP sensor and 1080/60p video. [Read more…]
The new model is expected to feature a new 16MP “Wide Dynamic Range” sensor and offer video capture at an impressive 72Mbit/s bit rate. Check out the full rundown on the specs below. [Read more…]