(FT4) Panasonic GF1 pictures?

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I Just came back from  my Jungle trip in Australia and saw this images inside the xitek forum. The post has been deleted after few hours. This is not the first possible GF1 image we saw (click here to see the GL1 rumored image and specs). Xitek leaked images are normally good so maybe this could be a real one?

UPDATE: One of our most known sources says the camera is real! The camera should be unveiled right in time for the IFA in Berlin! We upgraded the rumor value from FT2 to FT4.

UPDTAE2: Sorry for beeing 2 days late in posting the news. All three of us were outside for work and without any Internet connection. Thanks to all who sent us an email with the links to the xitek forum!

 

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The same xitek post said that the MFT camera will be released together with the 20mm and 45mm lens.
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UPDATE:
Rumored specs
Internal pop-up flash similar to LX3
HD Movie 720P 30fps
Supersonic anti-dust
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
Total pixel: 13.1mp
Effective pixel: 12.1mp
Shutter: 1/4000 – 60s, B: about 4 min.
LCD: 3″, 460,000 dots
Size: 119 x 71 x 36.3mm
Weight: 285g (not sure if battery is included)

via: photorumors.com

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(FT2) Next Panasonic MFT camera to support SDXC cards?

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We received first rumors about the next Panasonic MicroFourThirds camera. One of the most possible new features will be the SDXC support. This are fast and high capacity cards. You can read more about this cards by clicking here: CNET (Toshiba recently released the first SDXC card). This will allow Panasonic to have a better video compression rate on the next MFT camera ….maybe 24MB/S ???

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Panasonic LX3 discontinued ?

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I’m continuely receiving emails from people saying the Panasonic LX3 is beeing discontinued in the UK and US. This is not the first time that we hear that.

Amazon US has only few Panasonic DMC-LX3K 1 (Black) in stock.

(FT2) A new source confirmed us that Panasonic is ready to release a compact camera with backlight sensor. In future Panasonic will apply the same tecnology on MFT sensors.

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