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Panasonic Announces Lumix GF7 system camera with selfiemodus to
Panasonic has announced the Lumix GF7 system camera. The successor of the GF6 is equipped with a screen that can rotate 180 degrees, a fast autofocus system and an electronic shutter for silent recording.
The round shapes of the GF6 and his predecessors have disappeared and have been replaced by a retro look. The 14-42mm f / 3.5-5.6 kit lens-has been replaced by the flatter 12-32mm f / 3.5-5.6 of the GM1 and GM5, making the camera-lens combination a bit more compact than its predecessor.
The camera is equipped with the same 16 megapixel sensor, but the autofocus system has been addressed significantly. Like the GH4 and LX100 is the GF7 now features Panasonic’s Light Speed AF, which can be focused in dark conditions to -4 EV. An electronic shutter can shoot it completely quiet with a maximum shutter speed of 1 / 16.000e second.
The camera can shoot full HD video in AVCHD or MP4 h264, where users can use touch autofocus to focus during filming. It is also possible to select an object on which the camera will continue to focus on off-tracking.
The LCD screen is touch sensitive and 180 degrees tilt, making the device lends itself to deal with it selfies. When you tilt the screen, the camera activates the self shot mode automatically. This mode has features like a buddy shutter, in which a picture is taken when two faces come close together. And also jump snap, taking photos made when you jump in the air with a group. Panasonic claims that this camera automatically captures the highest point of the spong. There are also 22 filter options, from retro to a thumbnail. Also wifi is available, so users can control the camera remotely and GF7 connect to a smartphone for sharing photos. The Panasonic Lumix GF7 be available from March 2015 for a suggested retail price of 500 euros.Viewing:-153
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