The Lumix G1 was the first mirrorless camera Panasonic launched back in 2008. Over time the company has developed an extensive range of Lumix cameras, compacts suitable for traveling, and big zoom bridge cameras. In this guide, we have rounded up some of the best Panasonic cameras that the company offers today. 1. Panasonic Lumix
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Small form cameras with interchangeable lenses will always have a place on the market. A solution that isn’t as overwhelming as a top-end camera but still feels like you’ve got professional gear in your hands. One example is the Panasonic LUMIX GX85 (labeled the GX80 in Europe). The GX85 has a rangefinder type body, interchangeable
Mirrorless cameras, also known as Compact System Cameras, are all the rage right now. The main difference between DSLRs and mirrorless cameras is that, as the name suggests, mirrorless cameras lack the traditional mirror that DSLRs have. This means that mirrorless cameras rely on an electronic viewfinder, rather than the optical viewfinders that DSLR cameras
Japanese-owned Panasonic is one of the leading electronic brands in the world. Focusing on quality and cutting edge technology, Panasonic’s products are excellent in terms of usability, durability, and innovation. Panasonic’s no-cutting-corners and focus-on-quality philosophy also extends to their lenses as the company produces some of the best lenses currently available on the market.
The Micro Four Thirds camera format is still a cost-effective way to capture good quality stills and video. If you own one of these camera bodies and want a high-quality, all-round lens then the Panasonic LUMIX G Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-60mm f/2.8-4 ASPH could be an option. With a real-world focal length of 24-120mm, the
No matter what other cameras you own in your life, there’s always the scenario for a compact, do-it-all setup. Cameras like the Panasonic LUMIX DMC ZS60 are quite remarkable for how much they can pack into such a compact frame. These cameras aren’t a replacement for your other top-end camera gear, but they do allow
Panasonic has been pumping out a healthy range of cameras over the past years, going from the novice units to more advanced models. The Panasonic Lumix G85, or known elsewhere as the G80, is a mid-range mirrorless offering with a lot of features packed into the box. The camera is certainly not the only player
There’s always going to be a scenario where people want to move from an entry-level camera to a more sophisticated model. In reality, much of this decision-making is based on budget, which means manufacturers have to balance the cost against the feature set. It’s a juggling act between cost-effectiveness, high-quality features, but not treading on
Are you in the market for a camera which is a good all-rounder? That being a camera with a quality built-in lens, loads of zoom ability and a feature-packed unit, then the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II could be a possible option. The camera is an incremental upgrade from the FZ1000, with lots more up-to-date features.
The world of the mirrorless camera is certainly heating up. The Micro Four Thirds format is getting replaced by full-frame and the format itself is getting ever more rounded each year. This is evident by the release of the Panasonic Lumix S1R which has been whipping up enthusiasm since it was first announced at Photokina
Panasonic has bolstered its lineup of full-frame mirrorless cameras with the official launch of the Lumix S1H camera with cinema-quality video. The L-Mount camera which was first announced at the end of May this year promises rich gradation and a wide color space that’s close to that found in cinema cameras. This 6K mirrorless camera
Panasonic has been very busy lately and they have exciting news for their fans. While a well-known brand, Panasonic Lumix S1 still lacked more features that would make it more suitable for professionals. It looks like the brand is about to step up their game as they announced new, important updates that current and new
Panasonic is one of the leading names in the tech industry, and they take that title seriously by constantly releasing new products, models, and updates on the market. The latest update to Lumix G Vario will include better weather protection to allow users to get most out of their lens and enhance the quality of
The Panasonic LUMIX ZS200 (or TZ200 to the rest of the world) is an ultra-compact camera aimed at the travel market. Its standout features include the impressive 24-360mm focal range, UHD 4K video, five-axis Hybrid IS, and Leica-inspired lens for good measure. The camera follows on from the respected ZS100 with improvements where it matters.
For those wanting a dedicated 4K video machine with a huge zoom range, optical image stabilization, and good low-light performance, the Panasonic HC-VX1 seems to tick all the boxes. However, it does come with some caveats which we will check out below and see if everything in this all-in-one dedicated box fits well into this
A recent publication by Panasonic announced two new products that will soon be released on the market. Both of these products are updates from previous products that the company has released in the past years. The first is an upgraded option from the Panasonic FZ1000, which will be called the Panasonic FZ1000 II. The second
Both the Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R are the new mirrorless full-frame cameras from Panasonic which should be available from March 2019 with some very tasty features which include high resolution modes, HDR and many pro features. The Lumix S1R is aimed at the professional with a 47-megapixel sensor and the S1 has a 24-megapixel
This week, Panasonic announced that their latest addition to their S range of professional cameras, the S1, and the S1R, will hit the markets within two months, in April. The company did mention that they were working on a new range of cameras last year but only officially confirmed the release of the new cameras
The Panasonic Lumix DC-GX9 is joining the current fashion for compact cameras in the rangefinder style, ideally suited for the photographer on the go. Compact shouldn’t be confused with a limited amount of features or quality – the DC-GX9 packs 20 megapixels, a Four Thirds sensor, and a nice tilting viewfinder to capture those extreme