Panasonic Lumix GX1, an enthusiast rangefinder-style model which has more than just a little likeness to the cherished Lumix GF1. The new camera contains a 'Live MOS' 16MP image sensor, a high 12,800 ISO, touch-screen interface plus a 120Hz enabled readout AF system which can obtain focus as quick as .09 seconds. The GX1 is Panasonic's first camera congruent with it's brand new high res
LVF2 viewfinder, which is available separately. The GX1 comes in black or silver with a pair of optional kit lenses. thankfully ,
there are lots of dials and knobs. What was unknown is what Panasonic had stuffed under the hood.
When a camera makes an a dew about numerals printed on dials that will not wear out easily, you instantly worry at a shortage of features, especially a camera manufactured several years subsequent to its forerunner the GF1. You can be thankful that Panasonic has actually enhance a number aspects, without ruining the good stuff.
First off is the new image sensor, a Live MOS' 16MP ' unit which captures up to 12,800 ISO. They've also added a touch-screen allowing tapping to focusing (fantastic for rack-focusing of movies) plus tap-to-shoot-a-picture.
Video can be acquired @ 1920 x 1080 (@ 60fps) using AVCHD format, plus Panasonic has added many in-camera photo effects to stylize your photos. Also hyped as a highlight is the on-screen level. In field
terminology it means the camera will embed orientation into your images, so there's no need to rotate every portrait-format image when you're on your computer. An omission from the GF1 camera.
There are a bunches of other fine-tuning, too. After it's locked, your focus will re-correct if your subject moves, for instance, plus focusing is even quicker than the already-fast GF1. A new hi-resolution optical LVF2 viewfinder which is optional replaces the old one.
Nov 7, 2011
• 16Mp Resolution
• 3.0" Touch Enabled LCD
• Built-In Flash, Hot Shoe and Mode Dial
• Lumix LightSpeed Focusing
• 1080/60i HD Video Capture
• Movie iA and Creative Movie
• High Grade Designed Body
• Ultra High Speed 0.09 Second AF
• Super O.I.S.
Four Thirds and Micro Four Thirds Adapters
As with all mirrorless cameras, if you want to mount a non-OEM lens on your Micro Four Thirds camera, all you need is the correct MFT lens adapter. Several manufacturers
specifically create adapters for mounting third-party lenses to Four Thirds and Miro Four Thirds camera bodies.
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4592 x 3448
4576 x 3056, 4576 x 2576, 3424 x 3424, 3232 x 2424,
3232 x 2160, 3232 x 1824, 2416 x 2416, 2272 x 1704, 2272 x 1520, 1920 x
1080, 1824 x 1368, 1824 x 1216, 1824 x 1024 , 1712 x 1712, 1712 x 1712