Mar 19 2012, 3:33pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Panasonic was one of the first camera companies to enter the realm of interchangeable lens cameras that lack a mirror box. The lack of a mirror box allows the camera to be small and compact, yet have interchangeable lenses and image quality on par with a DSLR. Images of a new Panasonic camera have leaked online called the Lumix GF5.
We don't have any specifications on this camera, but it appears to be a follow-up Panasonic's GF3. The camera will come in white or black in the only technical specifications comes from the leaked source claiming that the camera has high ISO noise level on par with the Canon 7D or 60D. That should mean the camera has impressive low light imaging capability.
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