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By • May 12th, 2011 • Category: Electronic & Electric

Panasonic  unveils another Micro Four Thirds camera to its growing lineup of 15.8MP Lumix cameras with the release of the Panasonic G3, the company has announced. The Panasonic G2 replacement, G3 is 25% smaller, thinly-veiled Lumix, Compact size, Built-in EVF, Articulated LCD and Touchscreen with Touch Schutter. Unfortunately, its contain No eye sensor, No electronic level and EVF still needs work. The Panasonic G3 price tag will be similar to the G2, Panasonic says, costing around £629-£649.


Panasonic’s gone and made its thinly-veiled Lumix G3 Micro Four Thirds shooter official. The camera succeeds the G2 with a a 16 megapixel sensor, support for 1080p AVCHD video recording with stereo audio, 4fps burst shooting at full resolution, and an articulating, 3-inch touchscreen that supplants some of the dials adorning the last-gen model. In addition to poking around menus, you can touch that display to focus on your subject, and slide your finger to tweak exposure, white balance, and depth of field — all in all, not unlike how you might interact with a smartphone camera. And, at 11.8 ounces, the aluminum-clad body weighs about ten percent less than its predecessor. Look for it in June for $700 in brown, red, and white  addition to your garden-variety black

Production of the Lumix G2 will still continue, however, as the camera drops down to Panasonic’s entry-level range. Boasting the same processor as the high-end Panasonic GH2, the Lumix G3 also contains 15.8 million effective pixels and a faster autofocus.

Panasonic claims the Lumix G3 has ‘the world’s fastest pinpoint autofocus speed’ at approximately 0.1secs, with a range of AF modes, including Face Detection, AF Tracking and multiple-area AF with up to 23 focus areas. Like many other new Panasonic cameras, the G3 contains touchscreen functionality, allowing users to change the size of the AF area and move it around by touching the LCD.

The Panasonic G3’s LCD is a 460,000-dot, free-angle screen that rotates from 180 degrees from side to side and tilts 270 degrees up and down. Photographers can also use the Lumix G3’s built-in Electronic Viewfinder. Panasonic has boosted burst shooting with the Lumix G3 to up to 4fps capability at full resolution and 20fps at 4 megapixels.

Other key features of the Panasonic G3 include full HD video recording and a high ISO of 6400 – a one step improvement over the Panasonic GH2.


 Panasonic G3 Specification:

Image Sensor: 16.0 MP LIVE MOS

Engine: Venus Engine VI FHD

ISO setting: Auto / Intelligent ISO / 160 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400

Maximum continuous shooting: 4 fps (16.0M) / 20 fps (4M)

Movie recording: AVCHD 1920×1080 50i (Sensor Output 25fps), AVCHD 1280×720 50p (Sensor Output 25fps)

Viewfinder: Electronic with approx. 100% Field of View, 1.44mil dots equiv.

LCD Screen: 3.0in 460K dots Free Angle Touch LCD

Size: 115.2 x 83.6 x 46.7 mm (excluding protrusions)

Weight: 336g (body only)

Built-in Flash: TTL Built-in-Flash, GN 10.5 equivalent, built in pop-up

Interface: HDMI, USB 2.0, Digital AV Out, Remote input, microphone, speaker.

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  1. i would like to know abut this product before buying it….

    Thanks alot

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