As promised, here is the second and concluding coverage of Panasonic's Digital Imaging Seminar, held in Hokkaido, Japan. We've included a video interview with two executives from Panasonic Japan and some comparison test shots between the LX5 and LX3.
Panasonic invited us to Hokkaido, Japan to witness the announcement of its new ranges of digital cameras and camcorders, including the LUMIX DMC-LX5, the SDT750 (world's first AVCHD-based 3D-capable consumer camcorder) and TA1, a pocket-sized Full HD recording device. Here are some highlights in the first of two parts.
Panasonic established a set of eco declarations and environmental management targets in April last year. The Japanese company revealed the current standings and progress at the media event today, as well as to set new targets for the next three years.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is the update to the first ever Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera, the G1, released to market in late 2008. Find out in our full review on what's new in this successor and how it fares against compacts and DSLRs today.
Sony and Samsung have already entered the 3D fray in the local scene. Today, the spotlight falls on Panasonic. Their first salvo of VIERA flat-panels for 2010 includes a Full-HD 3D Plasma screen amongst a new suite of affordable LCD and PDP displays. Read on as we check out their latest displays.
Riding on the new wave of heat (and of course, technology), Panasonic officially announced a whole slew of new Lumix compact cameras, HD camcorders and SD camcorders at Wave House, Sentosa. Read on for our in-depth event coverage.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.
Fortified with Panasonic's NeoPDP panel and a multitude of features, the Full-HD VIERA Z1 seems to have reason to be the cream of Panasonic's plasma crop. With an ultra-slim profile and a separate tuner box, let's determine if this expensive piece of visual equipment is ultimately worth your while.
It has been more than a year since the Micro Four Thirds standard was announced, promising DSLR-like image quality in smaller than DSLR bodies. With the new Panasonic Lumix GF1 we're reviewing today, does the standard deliver? Dive in to our review today to find out.
We take a look at the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH1, the first Micro Four Thirds camera which can record HD video, and the first camera in the world with interchangeable lenses to record video with auto-focus.