A lot of not-so-new digital cameras are becoming cheaper and cheaper. A good time to buy a Panasonic or Olympus camera!
All this items are discounted. You see the price once you add it to your Shopping Cart.
Lenstip reviewd the Olympus 150mm f72 lens. Click here to read the hole review (11 pages!!!).
I just checked all my rumor sources and I have some additional specs for you:
-LCD moniter 960*RGB*540 (HITACHI displays which is an affiliate
company of Panasonic)
-Image Sensor 12Mpixels LiveMOS. Global shutter. Multi aspect.
-AVCHD 1080p 60fps 17Mbps(30fps 24Mbps)
-Dimensions/Weight 138x95x33mm/293g(contains battery)
-color variation Titanium(titanium coating)/Carbon Black(carbon
The image leaks are probably real images but I am waiting for some confirmation from our bigger sources!
UPDATE: I downgraded the rumor value from FT3 to FT2. I am waiting for some confirmation from other sources…
I Just came back fromÂ 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 areÂ 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!
Internal pop-up flash similar to LX3
HD Movie 720P 30fps
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
Total pixel: 13.1mp
Effective pixel: 12.1mp
Shutter: 1/4000 â€“ 60s, B: about 4 min.
LCD: 3â€³, 460,000 dots
Size: 119 x 71 x 36.3mm
Weight: 285g (not sure if battery is included)
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: CNETÂ (Toshiba recently released the first SDXC card).Â This will allow Panasonic toÂ have aÂ better video compression rate on the next MFT camera ….maybe 24MB/S ???