Post Thumbnail

Remember the Lumix GF1? It was one of Panasonic's first Micro Four Thirds cameras, setting the bar quite high for models to come. But the GF1's successors -- the GF2 and GF3 -- did not live up to expectations, with the company gradually shifting the series towards transitioning point-and-shoot us

3 years ago 0 Comments
November 7, 2011 at 12:00AM
Post Thumbnail

Right on schedule, Panasonic's 13.2 megapixel Lumix Phone made its physical debut buried within NTT DoCoMo's CEATEC booth. And by buried, we mean locked behind plexiglass and out of reach of our own hands. That didn't stop the light-capturing mechanics of our cameras, however. We're not sure where

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Looks like we'll soon have another heavyweight to throw into the renewed cameraphone wars, as Panasonic has put up a teaser site for its first Lumix-branded phone. Lumix is of course Panasonic's camera label, which counts among its luminary membership the likes of the GF1 and the newly refreshed LX

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

By utilizing the same groundwork of this DMC-GH1 hack, a group of crafty coders have devised a way to allow for all sorts of funky tweaks to the beloved Lumix GF1 -- most notably, 1080p video recording. Besides the full HD recording, using a reworked version of the camera's firmware, the micro four

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

You see those SDXC cards on the far right? Yeah, that's 1TB and 2TB, dear friends, and word has it that Panasonic will let out the 1TB card by the end of this year. When you've calmed down, we've also got photos of the newly announced Lumix camera galleria to get the party going, notably the new FP

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Looks like some Asian website, as Photo Rumors puts it, made a boo-boo and published its Panasonic point-and-shoot a tad early. Specs for six (and press photos for four) Lumix cameras have come to light. Here's what's the gang reportedly found, in a nutshell: the very compact, 14.1-megapixel FP3 ha

4 years ago 0 Comments