Panasonic has just announced their latest Digital Single Lens Mirror-less (DSLM) camera today. Lumix GM1 comes with a large Digital Live MOS Sensor in an ultra compact size.
- 680mAh Li-Ion battery (220 shots)
- 16 megapixel Digital Live CMOS Sensor
- 1/16000 sec max shutter speed
- Black, Silver, White, Orange
- Venus Engine ISO 200 – 25600
- Built-in WiFi
- 23-points AF system
- 3-inch 1,036K-dot
- TFT Color touchscreen LCD
- 1080p video recording at 60fps
- 5fps burst at 16MP
Having 98.5mm wide and and 54.9mm Height, Panasonic GM1 is more smaller even than the highly portable GMC-GF5. The body is made up of magnesium, to make it a durable and solid construction without adding too much weight. tDMC-GM1 weighs just 203g.
The Panasonic GM1's body has a leather-effect finish, and it comes in two colours in the UK – black and orange. However, a silver trim version will also be available in other countries if you're desperate for a mild retro look.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 choose to used a brand new range of lenses made specially for the ultra small cameras. It comes with a stabilized 12-32mm f3.5-56 lens kit package. A 15mm f1.7 prime lens is planned for early 2014, along with a 43mm prime and a 35-100mm zoom lens. But the existing Micro Four Thirds lenses can be used.
Having a 12-32mm lens, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 costs £629, and in the U.K will be the first to have a shipping on November 18, 2013.