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Camera features Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity built-in

Panasonic has pulled the wraps it latest Micro 4/3 camera: the DMC-GF6. The camera boasts 16-megapixel resolution Live MOS Sensor paired with the Venus Engine for image processing.

The ISO settings can be extended all the way up to 25,600, and the camera features a Light Speed autofocus system including full-time autofocus and tracking autofocus that is available during video recording. The camera also features a new low-light AF system allowing quick and accurate focusing on subjects even in lowlight conditions.

Other features of the DMC-GF6 include integrated Wi-Fi and NFC technology allowing users to send pictures directly from the camera to smartphones or tablet with a single touch. The Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity also allow users to take advantage of a smartphone or tablet as a remote shutter controller with a monitor.
 


The DMC-GF6 is able to record full HD resolution video at 60i/50i and supports AVCHD. The maximum record time for movies in AVCHD format is 29 minutes and 59 seconds. The rear display on the camera measures three-inches and is tiltable with 180-degrees travel.
 
The camera will be offered in black, white, brown, and red colors, and will come with a 14-42mm kit lens. Pricing and availability is not yet known at this time.

Source: Panasonic



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RE: Still prefer Nex 5/6/7
By BRB29 on 4/9/2013 10:43:47 AM , Rating: 2
No, there's no point. I already have wifi on it. The downer for the NEX is its price but I already paid it lol.
I have the same Sigma 30mm f/2.8 prime for the Nex also. Same lens but E mount instead.

I don't think there's a better sensor than what the Sony has now though. I wish can make their auto focus faster.


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