Panasonic has officially unveiled the Lumix G5, the latest model in their growing family of Micro Four Thirds cameras. Like previous models, the G5 also features a 16 megapixel sensor, but this cam boasts of better overall performance (up to 16 percent, according to Panasonic) thanks to a new Venus image processor.
The Panasonic Lumix GF5 that was first revealed in an accidental Instagram “leak” has been properly – if still unofficially – exposed. The same nPhoto source who tipped the camera’s features has sent two more official-looking photos that show the black and silver color variants of the GF5.
It looks like Panasonic will be unveiling an update to the GF3 micro four thirds cam they put out last year. There’s no official word yet, but this is about as much proof as we need: a clear close-up photo of the Panasonic Lumix GF5 got posted on Instagram by Hong Kong celebrity Angelbaby who
Officially, this cam shouldn’t exist… or at least not yet. But thanks to a number of leaks that go back as early as late October, we’re already aware that Panasonic has a new Micro Four Thirds cam called the Lumix GX1 up their sleeves. Right now, the cam still hasn’t been officially announced, but this
Pentax has officially launched the Q, a Micro Four Thirds cam that the company claims to have the “world’s smallest and lightest body” for an interchangeable lens cam. The claim’s backed up by its use of a magnesium alloy body to keep the weight down, while the use of Pentax’s Q-Mount lenses takes care of