Lumix GH2 debuts
Panasonic was one of the first companies to start into the micro four-thirds camera market and today the company has expanded its range with a new product. The new micro four-thirds camera is called the Lumix GH2 and it has some nice features.
The camera supports 3D photos when fitted with the new 3D lens from Panasonic. It also has a ton of new modes like a cinema mode that makes movies that look more cinematic. A variable movie mode lets you record film in 80, 160, 200, and 300% frame rates. The rear 3-inch LCD is touch sensitive and has touch to focus.
Resolution is up to 16.05MP (Multi-aspect Live MOS Sensor) and the camera has Dolby Digital Stereo sound with an optional external mic. The camera also has HDMI output. The camera will cost $899.95 for the body only, $999.95 with the body and a 14-42mm lens, and $1499.95 with the body and a 14-140mm lens. You can pre-order the GH2 now on Amazon.