Panasonic G2 and G10 available in May!

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Press Release:
Panasonic today announces pricing for the Panasonic LUMIX G2 and LUMIX G10 – the latest additions to the company’s award-winning LUMIX G Series Digital Singles Lens (DSL) Micro Four Thirds cameras. Both available in late-May 2010, the LUMIX G2, which will come in red, blue and black models, will have a suggested retail price (SRP) of $799.95, while the LUMIX G10 will have an SRP of $599.95.

via: dpreview

[Thanks JIM]
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  • kesztió

    Much more interested about GH2‘s price!

    If I knew this future SRP I would decide much easier between purchasing G2 now or waiting 6 (or more) months for GH2.

  • carlos

    Well, who cares( among G1 and GF1 users)?

  • DonTom

    The prices are good, I am looking forward to probably ending up with the G10 as a telephoto lens body when they release the 100-300mm zoom. Good enough for that purpose, cheap enough to not be paranoid about……and a small package for a 600mm 35mm equivalent.

  • elfenone

    I’ll be watching the falling price of the GH1 as the announcement of GH2 approaches. I see no compelling upgrade in G2 or G10 that interests me. The price of GH1 has come down allmost €300 euro since launch here and I’d like to see it hit €1000 even to buy. Should Panasonic amaze me and launch a GH2 body only I would prefer that option. GH1 is still a more desireable upgrade for me from my G1 two lens kit as it comes with a much more useful lens.

  • at

    Interesting findings on G2 vs GH1 & G1 from imaging-resource sample images, G2 does have less chroma noise which results a marginally cleaner image while retaining similar level of details.

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