By >Daimaou - G.G-B
Panasonic unveils three new Lumix in North America and Europe with the DMC-G5, DMC-FZ200 and DMC-LX7
Panasonic has announced today three new Lumix camera in North America/Europe with the DMC-G5, DMC-FZ200 and DMC-LX7.
The First model the DMC-G5 is a nice little Micro FOur Third Camera and replace the actual G3 and comes with a 16Mpix sensor offering a 1080/60p video mode as well as a very convenient 6fps burst mode. The G5 comes with a 12,800 Max iso speed and the usual iA+ or Intelligent Auto Plus mode from Panasonic as well as a 3.0-inch free-angle LCD on top of the usual Electronic Viewfinder (EVF).
The DMC-FZ200 in the the other hand, a Bridge, comes with a 12Mpix sensor but a nice 24x optical zoom and Panasonic’s POWER O.I.S Technology. The FZ200 is also capable to shoot 1080/60p video in AVCHD and Mp4 as well as offering a nice 12fps mode with a 6,400 maximum ISO speed.
Finally the LX7, which comes with a 10.1Mpix MOS Sensor is announced to also shoot 1080/60p videos, and features Leica’s new DC VARIO-SUMMILUX 24mm Wide-Angle lens with an aperture of up to F1.4 and an 80-12,800 ISO speed.