Panasonic GF6

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Fifth in the line of entry m4/3 cameras from Panasonic, this new model is yet another tweaking, this time moving the feature list up, not down. The camera also grows slightly in bulk and weight from the GF5. 

  • Sensor: 16mp Panasonic CMOS sensor, 17.3 x 13mm (2x crop)
  • Mount: Micro 4/3 (m4/3)
  • Images: 4592 x 3448 JPEG or 12-bit raw maximum, 4.2 fps max 
  • Video:  1080i/60/50/30/25, 720P/60/50/30/25, 480P/30/25 (wide and normal), AVCHD or .MP4 video files with mono PCM audio; Note: there are separate NTSC and PAL models, and frame rates are specific to the model 
  • Shutter: mechanical 60 sec to 1/4,000 sec, bulb
  • Exposure: multi, center-weighted, spot metering, -3 to +3EV exposure compensation, 5 white balance settings (plus Auto and Custom), ISO 160-12800, AUTO ISO
  • Focus: 23 point contrast detect, single point, multi-area, face detect, tracking, manual focus override
  • Display: 3" 1.04m dot tilting touchscreen LCD
  • Flash: pop-up flash included (6.3m ISO 100 GN), hot shoe, 1/160 flash sync, red-eye reduction, slow sync
  • Remote: none
  • Other Notable Features: 19 filter effect modes, WiFi, near-field communications
  • Cards: SD, SDHC, SDXC
  • Battery: DMW-BLG10 (340 shots CIPA)
  • Size: 4.4 x 2.5 x 1.5" (111.2 x 64.8 x 38.4mm) wide, tall, deep
  • Weight: 11.4 ounces (323g)
  • Colors: White, Black, Red
  • Price: US$700 with new compact kit PZ lens
  • Current Firmware: version 1.2 (February 2014)
  • Announced: April 9, 2013, available late April 2013

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