After nearly two years on the market, the LX3 has been replaced by the Panasonic Lumix LX5 as a top-tier compact point-and-shoot.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.
It may have leaked like a faucet, but Panasonic's Lumix DMC-GH2 has now been made official. Read on for the specs and details on what's new for Panasonic's latest Micro Four Thirds camera.
With the Lumix GH2, Panasonic announces a new 14mm prime lens, a 100-300mm telephoto zoom, and a 3D lens for its Micro Four Thirds system. Read on for more details and hands-on photos of the new 3D lens.
At first glance, the Panasonic FX75 seems forgettable. But with a 24mm f/2.2 wide angle lens and a slick touch panel display, it's worth a second look. Read on for sample images and first impressions.
Panasonic announces today that it is currently developing an interchangeable 3D lens for its Lumix G Micro Four Thirds System. Two sets of optics capture stereo images that are combined into one image for a 3D effect.
With the launch of the HDC-SDT750 camcorder and its "3D conversion lens," Panasonic brings consumer video recording into another dimension.
Panasonic launches the HDC-SDX1 today, a lightweight camcorder with full 1080 HD video capability.
Panasonic steps into the pocket HD camcorder ring today with the launch of the HM-TA1. With a slick form factor that's well under an inch in thickness, it's being introduced as a pocketable solution for 1080 HD video recording.
Panasonic announces the Lumix DMC-TS10, a new rugged point-and-shoot camera. It offers waterproof, shockproof and freezeproof functionality for a significantly lower price than its existing TS-series counterpart.
Panasonic makes the Lumix DMC-LX5 official today. Replacing the LX3, this latest advanced compact point-and-shoot features a wide 24mm angle 3.8x zoom lens, 720p HD video recording, and a brand new, triple-CPU image processor.
Rounding out a batch of new camera launches this morning, Panasonic announces the Lumix DMC-FX700. Unlike any other camera they've taken the wraps off of today, it will feature a 3.0-inch touch screen.
Panasonic's ultrazoom line gets an update today with Lumix DMC-FZ100 and Lumix DMC-FZ40 24x cameras. Those big lenses cover a range equivalent to 25-600mm. Take a look at what else the new FZ cameras are packing.
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