Panasonic has launched its laitest Micro Four Thirds system camera Panasonic DMC-GF6

Panasonic has launched its laitest Micro Four Thirds system camera Panasonic DMC-GF6. It features a new 16MP CMOS sensor as well as an updated Venus image processing engine. The GF6 is the world's first interchangeable lens camera to feature builtin NFC (Near Field Communications). NFC makes it easy to connect and share data between the camera and a smartphone/tablet. It also allows you to use an NFC equipped phone as a remote shutter. Other features include a 3-inch tiltable touchscreen display, built-in flash, HDMI output, manual controls and full HD video recording. Price and availability have not yet been announced. 

Specs: 16MP Four Thirds sensor (as used in GX1) |Tilting 'Cell-touch LCD' touchscreen - 1.04m dots (720 x 480 pixels) |Near-field communication (NFC) to simplify Wi-Fi connection |Mode dial and four customizable function buttons (two on-screen) |1080p30 video as MP4 or AVCHD (presented as 60i PsF in AVCHD mode) |Jog lever around shutter button (which operates zoom or exposure compensation) |Sensitivity expandable up to ISO 25,600 |Faster startup (as quick as 0.5 sec with non-power-zoom lenses)

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