Panasonic GX7, rumors of specs confirmed

It looks as though Panasonic has confirmed the rumors of those Panasonic GX7 specs, and there are no real revelations. This is their latest Micro Four Thirds camera system and comes packing a 16-megapixel sensor, along with the controversial retro styling.

We say this because it has often been debated that the retro style alienates some consumers, as they do not want a camera that looks older than they are, and this is a debate that will just go on.

Why will people choose the Panasonic GX7?
Apart from it being a Micro Four Thirds camera, there is also the ability to change the lenses, which is a great feature for a camera so small in size. The advanced features are another reason, as well as the claim that the GX7 will produce better pictures than some DLSR cameras.

It does seem at first glance that Panasonic is able to back this claim up, as you should get great results in any light conditions, which means you will be able to take some amazing night shots of some great locations around the world.

Speed is important to, and so the Light Speed Auto Focus allows you to take images even of fast moving objects, something that some smaller cameras often struggle with, although what would you expect from a camera that is to cost more than $1,000.

The Panasonic GX7 price for the body is $1,000 and with a lens will be $1,100 The GX7 release date has yet to be announced, but for more details on this camera, such as those full specs, then visit the Panasonic website.

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