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Panasonic debuts new DMC-GX1 camera

Interchangeable lens camera can shoot in 3D, features a range of artistic modes

Panasonic debuts new DMC-GX1 camera
Panasonic has launched its DMC-GX-1 interchangeable lens camera in the region.

Panasonic has launched its new DMC-GX1 digital interchangeable lens system camera in the Middle East.

The Lumix G Micro System is designed to capture high-quality photo images with high quality resolution, image rendering and colour reproduction.

"Professional photographers and amateur enthusiasts will benefit from the DMC-GX1 cameras digital interchangeable lens system which produces superb image quality and performance, and is combined with a premium design," said Hitesh Ojha, senior manager, Sales and Marketing - AV Categories, Panasonic Marketing Middle East FZE.

The DMC-GX1 records 1920 x 1080 full-HD video with stereo sound in AVCHD format and it is now compatible with UHS-I standard for the SDXC/SDHC Memory Card.

The camera is available in silver and black and features a simple manual control with a variety of shooting assist functions.

The DMC-GX1 is designed to be able to shoot 4.2 fps consecutive shooting in 16.0-megapixel full resolution with mechanical shutter. High speed burst shooting at 20 fps with electronic shutter is also selectable.

The camera also features artistic colour control functions, such as Expressive, Retro, High Key, Sepia, High Dynamic, Miniature Effect and newly added Low Key and Toy Effect mode and iA (Intelligent Auto) Plus mode.

The GX1 can also be used with a 3D lens to create 3D home movies and stills.

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