Specs of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 now available

Specs of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 now available

Summer is the season when many people around the world go on vacation and in most cases they take a digital camera with them. Panasonic knows this very well and that’s why the company plans to please its fans with three new digital cameras this summer. Sadly there’s very little information on the cameras as of now which brings a lot of speculation.

Fortunately for the fans of Panasonic the tech specs of the upcoming Lumix DMC-G7 camera have been leaked online. According to the information provided the camera will get a new Venus Engine image processor, an improved autofocus system, an improved OLED display with higher resolution (2.36 million dots vs 1.44 million dots in the DMC-G6), a 1.04 million dot free-angle monitor, a 360-degree panorama function, a 16 MP digital Livo MOS sensor, contrast AF employing the DFD technology, 1/16 000 shutter speed, 4K video and photo and 4K 30p/24p.

The camera will be on the market within a few months time and will be available in two colors – black or silver. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Cameraegg.org

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