Sharper and smarter, Panasonic's novice-friendly CSC gets a smaller kit lens and a selfie twist
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CES 2015The pixel count drops from 18 million to 12 million for Panasonic's top travel compact, but the lens is still a 30x zoom.
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Panasonic's GM5 is a mirrorless compact system camera, but it's smaller than some regular compacts. The built-in viewfinder and hotshoe make this little beauty even more appealing.
Mini reviewPancake lenses perfectly complement the small body of a compact system camera, and the Panasonic 14mm f/2.5 is just 21mm thick.
UpdatedA shutter speed dial and an aperture ring feature on this solidly built compact camera with a Four Thirds sensor. Is this the compact we've been waiting for?
It's a bit larger than most bridge cameras, but are bags of features, a good lens and its image quality impresses.
It might look a lot like the GH3, but the GH4 is a serious upgrade that adds 4K video and promises better image quality.
Panasonic replaces its flagship TZ40/ZS30 travel compact with a new unit, boasting 30x optical zoom and an electronic viewfinder and lens ring.