(FT5) HOT! Panasonic new stuff coming soon (next week)!

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We received rumors from multiple sources that Panasonic will soon announce new stuff. It is very likely that new Point and Shoot cameras (and not MicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirdsMicroFourThirds cameras) will be announced NEXT WEEK!

We hope they will also launch the long awaited 14mm f/2.5 MFT lens (but that’s only speculation).

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  • DonTom

    New LX4 if we’re lucky! The last 3 have been announced in July though, but my fingers are crossed……

    • admin

      We would need a lot of luck! 😉

  • mochapaulo

    G2…G10…what I smell is GH2 or LX4 or 5…no way for L10 successor, right? XD
    How about a 4/3 CMOS point and shot DC. It is a must buy I think….

  • at

    Hope it will be a good point. I really need a P&S right at the moment.

  • Steve

    Possibly the FZ35/38 replacement.

  • LX3 successor

    the looooong awaited LX4 on the horizon? We’ll see. Hopefully Pana manage to fit an MFT sensor into a tiny body. Sony showed what’s possible when it comes to size (NX series). However, with bulky lenses attached, it almost looses its portability. Make it better Pana and add some good video features and manual control options.

  • http://www. Valentijn

    Gf2 would be nice too…. but don’t mind a lx4 or lx5 !

  • Miroslav

    A slimmer shorter GF2 with IBIS, 1080p video, movable LCD and EVF :) ? If not, a price reduction on all Pana m4/3 lenses would do :)

  • MK

    Has anyone noticed this? Shouldn’t the Panasonic pancake 1.7/20mm be listed here…? http://www.four-thirds.org/en/fourthirds/lense.html

    I can’t seem to find it. Something to do with the announcement?

  • spanky

    @ Miroslav: “A slimmer shorter GF2 with IBIS, 1080p video, movable LCD and EVF” – No such thing. I don’t see how it’s physically possible to fit an IBIS system and a movable LCD and an EVF AND make the camera slimmer. All those would add depth, which is in part Olympus’ problem with getting their cameras slimmer (because of their IBIS). One option would be to replace the LCD with an OLED that’s slimmer, but then you can’t make it movable because it would be very flimsy.

  • Chris

    We all want an LX4 with a 645 sized backlit sensor, 51200 ISO, IBIS, articulating LCD, 1M dot EVF, 14-250mm equivalent lens with f/0.75 aperture in a GF1 styled body as thin as a credit card. Do it already, Panasonic!

    All kidding aside… I’d appreciate lowered prices on lenses myself.

  • Key

    I’m crossing my fingers for a LX-4 with 24-100mm f2 and manual focus ring(ala Canon S90) That would be perfect for me.

  • Miroslav

    If Sony can make its NEXes as slim as they are and put a movable LCD, I guess there are a couple of mm to be squeezed out of m4/3s. I’m not expecting credit card thin, but 30mm could be achievable. Let’s wait and see, there was a rumor about a slim Panasonic coming out this year …

  • http://blogg.hogbergphotography.com Danonino

    Waaa! Give me the GF2 so the GF1 wont be so overpriced anymore!

  • yosoynacho

    I think that Panasonic will try to kill the “samsung ex1-tl500 effect” anouncing the lx5 new camera and specifications, that will be on the markets in september….

  • Jules

    A New LX leaked only now would have been a tremendously well kept secret. …not to mention anything having a 43 sized sensor.

  • Hayertjez

    When does the cashback action arirves in The Netherlands ?

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