With Canon's PowerShot G7 X jumping on the 1-inch sensor bandwagon, and Sony dominating the digital compact scene with its Cyber-shot RX100 series, Panasonic throws a curve-ball with the Lumix LX100. Inside it is a Micro Four Thirds sensor. Can it overthrow the competition?
In the not too distant past, you had to choose between size or power for a digital camera. Now however, you can have your cake and eat it too. The Panasonic Lumix GM1 is a sterling example of a camera that can be compact, well-made and powerful at the same time.
Panasonic has just wrapped the regional launch of their latest camera, the Lumix GM1. This mirrorless system camera marries beauty and brains; it's impossibly small, stylishly good-looking, and carries inside the high-performance 16MP sensor of the GX7. Check out our hands-on with the camera inside.
We go hands-on with Panasonic's latest mirrorless camera, the Lumix GM1, an impossibly compact camera with the same sensor inside as the Lumix GX7. Check out just how small this camera is!
Panasonic's latest mirrorless system camera, the GX7, comes with one neat trick - it has a built-in live viewfinder that tilts up to 90 degrees. The camera also comes with built-in image stabilization - a first for Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds cameras. Is this lucky number seven a winner?
Panasonic has just announced their latest and greatest mirrorless system camera; the Lumix GX7. And surprise, surprise, we've already had our hands on it for the last two days. Here's our first impressions of the GX7, almost live from Australia. How does it look, feel and perform? Click to find out.
The LF1 is Panasonic's newest advanced compact and has similarities to its LX7 counterpart. While the sensor inside the LF1 is the same size and type as that of the LX7, the LF1 sports a higher resolution. Other differences include a longer but slightly slower lens and an electronic viewfinder (EVF) - a rarity on small cameras. Along with a lower price, are these differences enough to make the LF1 stand out?
With a new 16MP sensor and the return of the Mode dial, the Panasonic Lumix GF6 improves upon the GF5 and borrows a little from the GX1. It adds a near 180° tilting touch-screen for easy selfies and built-in Wi-Fi for easy sharing. It even has NFC to easily pair with mobile devices. Check out our review to see how it fares.
We didn't get a chance at handling the new Panasonic camera models when the news broke so how could we pass up an offer to spend a day shooting with them? So it's off to Bali this time around for Panasonic's regional digital camera launch and here are the highlights of the trip.
Panasonic's LX7 is the successor to their popular prosumer camera, the LX5. It features a much faster lens, among other improvements, and comes nearly two years after the release of the LX5. But even though the lens is brighter, the sensor size hasn't grown. Find out if that turns out to be good or bad news.