Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G10 - the lightest camera with a viewfinder and interchangeable lenses

Monday, March 8, 2010

Predstavilat Panasonic has added another camera with interchangeable lens from the Lumix G Micro System. The new model DMC-G10 is a "sister" Camera DMC-G2 with touch controls. As the producer, is the lightest in the world system camera with a viewfinder and interchangeable lenses. Bezzerkalnaya construction DMC-G10 complies with the standard micro 4 / 3, is light weight and compact size, which became possible after the rejection of a number of structural elements used in traditional cameras with interchangeable lenses, including a system of mirrors and optical viewfinder.

Double feature Live View, the output through the LCD screen 3-inch by 460 000 pixels and the viewfinder, Live View (202 000 dots, 1,4 x (0,52 x), provides an opportunity to start shooting to see how the current camera settings will not be apparent in the photograph and what happens as a result. Matrix Live MOS 12,1 megapixels and a new processor Venus Engine HD II in conjunction with the technology of mining permits guarantee high quality.

Intelligent Auto Mode (iA), was recognized users of the system and compact cameras Lumix, provides simplicity and convenience of the process of shooting, self-optimizing the camera settings, taking into account the external conditions in both modes, shooting (pictures). Mode can be activated directly by pressing a new separate button iA.

In the model DMC-G10 provides for recording high-definition video 1280 x 720 format motion JPEG. In addition, the camera has an output HDMI, which enables you to view videos and photos on the big screen HDTV via an optional mini-cable HDMI. Dimensions Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G10 are 124 x 83,6 x 74 mm (body only), and weight - 336 grams (body only) or 775 grams (with a memory card SD, battery, lens, 45-200 mm). In Europe, it will appear roughly in June and costs about 550 euros with a set of 3,5-5,6 / 14-42 mm lens.