Panasonic Unveils Micro Four-thirds Camcorder Called AG-AF105

Posted: Sep 13 2010, 10:03am CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera

Panasonic Unveils Micro Four-thirds Camcorder Called AG-AF105
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Micro four-thirds camcorder unveiled

Panasonic was one of the first companies to start selling the micro four-thirds still cameras a while back. These cameras have image quality and interchangeable lenses like a DSLR, but in a smaller size. That smaller size is thanks to no mirror box.

Panasonic has now unveiled a new camcorder called the AG-AF105 that is the world's first camcorder with interchangeable micro four-thirds lenses. The camera can record in 1080p 60i as well as in other frame rates and resolutions. It records video to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards.

Panasonic offers no pricing or availability on the camera for the US, but it will land in Japan in December. The price will be 837,900 yen and the camera measures 163.4 x 209.4 x 195mm and it weighs 1.2kg.

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