The family of Panasonic Lumix cameras with built-in WiFi premieres members
We are already more than half of 2012, so with Christmas just around the corner, manufacturers are beginning to submit their bids ahead of this time of consumption and gifts. Panasonic did not want to wait too long, so just as in the northern hemisphere’s summer, has decided to introduce the new members of its family of Lumix cameras.
Leading the new Lumix SZ5 comes with integrated WiFi and DLNA compatibility, so it can be controlled from the phone via the Remote Live View. The Lumix SZ5 features a LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR, with a 10x optical zoom and 25mm ultra wide-angle (equivalent to 25-250mm on a 35mm camera).
Interesting: The 14.1-megapixel CCD and Venus Engine image processing of high quality in both photography and video recording, which can record 720p HD MP4. The optical characteristics of this model, summarized in the following table:
Another new member of the family is the 10.1 megapixel Lumix LX7, which incorporates the newly developed LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMILUX: This lens has a bright f1.4 – F2.3 and a versatile zoom range of 24 -90mm (35 mm equivalent), explains the manufacturer.
They note that in the LX7 has joined the POWER OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer), which eliminates the vibration caused by unsteady hands effectively even in the shooting slow shutter speed. Intelligent LCD with a 3.0 inch 920,000-dot, high resolution, the LX7 also records video in Full HD 50 p in stereo Progressive and MP4 AVCHD. Its optical characteristics below:
In addition, Panasonic has introduced the Lumix G5, a proposal for demanding professional users, which comes equipped with a new sensor “Live MOS” of 16.05 megapixels, the image processor Venus Engine FHD VII and an ISO up to 12,800. also highlights the manufacturer of photographic capabilities offered by this model, also able to record Full HD video with stereo sound and 1080/50p AVCHD (1080 to 50 fps) and MP4 (1080 at 25 fps).
With electronic viewfinder (EVF) and LCD touch screen 3 “high resolution, the G5 is compatible with the world’s largest range of lenses and accessories Micro Four Thirds System, including the new LUMIX lens 12-35mm Vario GX, which offers a brightness of f2.8 throughout its range, as explained from Panasonic. Be available in September in Spain, at a price yet to be defined, but given the other of this range, I think that will be between 600 and 700 euros, and its optical characteristics and focus in detail we can see them in this box:
we still have an important detail to know: The price.Tags: Cameras, Lumix, Lumix G5, Lumix LX7, Lumix SZ5, new, Panasonic, Spain, WiFi