An update to the popular rangefinder-style GX7 camera with higher resolution, improved performance, a tilt-and-swivel monitor and 4K movie recording.
A raw-enabled camera-phone with a 20-megapixel 1-inch type sensor, 28mm equivalent lens and smartphone functionality.
Panasonic’s latest G-series camera, the DMC-G7 combines 4K video and enhanced autofocusing in a compact, affordably-priced CSC.
A competitively-priced portrait lens that is small and light enough to be handy for travellers.
The third macro lens for the Micro Four Thirds format adds a shorter focal length and minimum focus of 10.5 cm.
A modest upgrade to Panasonic’s original 14mm M4/3 prime lens introduces improvements to the stepping motor AF drive plus redesigned styling.
A smaller, lighter and cheaper alternative to a popular M4/3 medium telephoto zoom lens, which is particularly suited to Panasonic’s GM series cameras.
A relatively minor update brings some easy self-portraiture functions to Panasonic’s entry-level G-series camera.
Panasonic’s latest ‘travel zoom’ camera has a larger grip and reduced resolution for better low-light performance.
Panasonic puts a 4/3 sensor in its fixed-lens enthusiasts’ camera and adds a high-resolution EVF and 4K UHD video recording.