Wednesday, May 18, 2011

New system Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 with 16-megapixel chip

Panasonic introduces the new G3 and highlights the model in the third generation. According to the manufacturer the image quality and the operation of the compact camera is now better and more intuitive. Integrated in the casing is a 7.5 inch wide and tilting and rotating touch screen display. Advantage: a finger movement can browse through the photo album and magnify the images.

The Lumix DMC-G3 has a 16-megapixel resolution and records video in. The transfer of photos or videos to the TV is possible via the HDMI interface. If the video recordings made in turbulent environments, an integrated windscreen ensures low noise. The Panasonic G3 stands in contrast to the previous model G2 by a more compact design and now has the size of 115.2 x 83.6 x 46.7 mm.

Thus, it is one of the smaller mirror-less system cameras. The compact camera is displayed in black, red and chocolate (brown) and is available from mid of June.

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