Panasonic GX1 coming 28 October?
If you’re interested in camera rumours, you’ve stopped at the right place as we’re hearing that the talked about Panasonic GX1 will be making its debut on the 28th October.
Now, if you don’t know already, it’s thought that the GX1 is the pro version of the popular GF line, and is currently also known as the GF7, GF8 and GFPro.
In comparison to Sony, Panasonic seem to be able to do a better job at keeping their unannounced cameras under wraps, and although we may have not seen many leaked pictures of the upcoming camera, we have got some info about the rumoured specification of the new Micro Four Thirds camera.
The leaked specs suggest that the camera will look similar to the Lumix GF1 and will feature a 16MP sensor along with a new image processing engine, a very high ISO of 12800, a very responsive AF920k touchscreen, an LVF2 external viewfinder with 1,440,000 dots and finally a GX 14-42mm kit lens. It’s also thought that the camera will be available in two colours; black and silver.
Remember to check back on Friday, as if the rumour turns out to be true, we’ll give you the full official low down on what this camera has to offer – and obviously some nice pictures of it as well.