Making perfect shoots through a camera is not an easy like when we see the result on magazine or newspaper. It needs a process yet it needs the right lenses, right? Talking about lenses, here is the new Lumix Compact System Camera, DMC-GX1, which enables to work with 14 Micro Four Thirds lenses from standard zoom lens to a 3D lens, including the new power zoom X lens.
Coupled by a 16MP Live MOS sensor, the latest Venus Engine, and Advanced Contrast AF system, this new Lumix camera passes your creativity from the right lenses to the real exception image quality with up to ISO 12800 low-light sensitivity, up to 0.09 seconds AF speed, and up to 20fps Burst Shooting speed. How about video recording? Don’t worry, it can serve you with Full HD AVDHC 1920 x 1080 at 50i for Europe, at 60i for American with high-quality sound of Dolby Digital Stereo Creator to be stored to SD/SDHCD/SDXC recording media.
With easy button and touch operation, you don’t have to be a professional photographer for getting the best images from your shoots using this new camera. Your finger will talk everything for you on a 3.0-inch 460k dots TFT LCD with touch panel or just push the button. Panasonic have arrayed the buttons finely and created easy-know interface on the LCD screen for you.
Fashioned in sleek-luxurious design with 116.3(W) x 67.8(H) x 39.4(D)mm and 272g (body only), Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GX1 Compact System Camera is expected to hit market in Mid-December 2011 in MSRP $699.99 for body only, $799.99 with the 14.42 standard zoom lens and $949.99 with Lumix G power zoom X lens. Did I mention a built-in flash, USB and HDMI port? Black or Silver? [Dandy Gadget Source]