Newest micro four thirds camera gets a price
Back at CES last month, we saw the Panasonic Lumix GF2 micro four thirds digital camera. The little camera has the interchangeable lenses that DSLRs have with less bulk than your typical DSLR. The camera promises all sorts of manual modes and high-quality photos.
The thing we didn’t know about the GF2 at the time we first laid eyes on it was exactly how much the thing would cost and when it would hit stores. Panasonic has now offered up those final details. The camera will hit stores in mid-February and will cost you $499.95 for the body only.
The GF2K 14-42mm lens bundle with the body will cost you $599.95 and the GF2C kit with a 14mm lens will sell for $699.95. The 3D lens we have already seen will set you back $249.95. The camera will come in black, silver, red, and white models.