Panasonic announces pricing for its latest crop of point-and-shoots.
Panasonic has carved out a comfortable spot with its GH series of Micro Four Thirds cameras, sitting halfway between a point-and-shoot and a full-fledged DSLR. Take a look at some of our first test shots from the Lumix GH2 while the full review is underway.
Cameras and camcorders galore; here's what Panasonic's rolling out during the first quarter of 2011, prices and release dates included.
In addition to the six consumer-level HD camcorders Panasonic announced at CES, the company also has something in store for the more serious videographer to the tune of three new prosumer HD camcorders, each sporting Panasonic's vaunted 3MOS image sensor.
Panasonic launches two basic point-and-shoots for photographers who want to get images and video online quickly.
Panasonic is looking to make a splash in Vegas at CES 2011, as the imaging company has announced six new high-definition camcorders. The entry-level to mid-range models all feature the Panasonic 1MOS sensor, a wide-angle lens, and 1920 x 1080 shooting resolution.
The new Panasonic Lumix FH27 will include a touch screen, and both the FH27 and FH25 will offer an 8x optical zoom lens and 720p HD video recording capability.
Panasonic adds two more slim, basic models to its Lumix lineup. The Lumix brand turns ten years old in 2011, and Panasonic celebrates a decade of digital compacts with these and two other launches today.
The glitziest new Lumix cameras that Panasonic pulls out of its hat for this year's CES are the FP7 and FP5 with big touch screens and slim profiles. The sleek FP7 and FP5 pack 720p HD video recording and optically stabilized 4x lenses.
The new Panasonic GF2 offers a touch screen, full 1080p HD video and 3D lens compatibility. On top of all that, it's a lighter, slimmer package than its GF1 predecessor. We've had a few hours with the camera and we've assembled some first thoughts and sample images. Take a look.
Panasonic announces the successor to its Lumix GF1 Micro Four Thirds camera with the Lumix GF2 today. Keeping the same rangefinder-esque form factor, it adds a 3.0-inch touch screen and 1080i HD video capture.
After nearly two years on the market, the LX3 has been replaced by the Panasonic Lumix LX5 as a top-tier compact point-and-shoot. Can we expect improvements to camera performance and image quality? Take a look at our initial impressions while the full review comes into focus.
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