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Panasonic GX7 vs Fujifilm X-E1

Panasonic GX7 vs Fujifilm X-E1, Panasonic GX7 comes with M4/3 (small size) but newly developed sensor, Fujifilm X-E1 is 1 year old but features bigger APS-C sensor, take a look at the specification comparison review below


Sensor : Fujifilm features 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor without Optical Low Pass Filter, Panasonic GX7 comes with newly developed M4/3 sensor.

ISO Range: Fujifilm X-E1 features bit better ISO range.

Shutter Speed: Panasonic GX7 comes with Electronic + manual shutter, so you get more shutter range and Top continuous shooting speed.

Video: Panasonic GX7 can record Full HD videos at 60 fps, Fujifilm X-E1 limited to 24 fps only.


Display: Panasonic GX7 comes with better display unit with touch control and tilting viewfinder.

Other features include WiFi, no WiFi available in X-E1.

+1 A large a amount of lenses  available for M4/3rd system

Verdict: We all know that Fujifilm X-E1 successor announcement is due, and based on overall specification comparison Panasonic GX7 is a clear winner.

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I have used GH3 and X-E1, but I don’t see any major difference in image quality upto ISO 3200, at ISO 6400 and 12800 the images of Fuji X-E1 are bit cleaner, The GX7 comes with newly developed sensor compared to GH3 and I must say that you will not notice any major difference in High ISO performance between both camera (GX7 vs X-E1). We will update this page with High  ISO comparison images as soon as we get it.

Panasonic GX7 vs Olympus E-M5

Panasonic-gx7-vs-E-M5-imagePanasonic GX7 vs Olympus E-M5, Take a look at the major specification difference between both the camera,


Sensor: Both camera features same resolution and sensor size, But the newly developed sensor if GX7 features bit better lower ISO range compared to the Olympus E-M5.

Image Stabilization: The Olympus E-M5 features 5 axis image stabilization and the newly announced Panasonic GX7 comes with MEGA O.I.S. The Image stabilization system of  Olympus E-M5 is better, it covers horizontal shift, vertical shift, rotary motion, as well as the yaw and pitch.

AF system: Both camera features contrast detect AF system.

Shutter Range: The Panasonic GX7 comes with more shutter range and electronic shutter for silent operation when needed

Top-Continuous Shooting Speed: The MAX Continuous shooting speed of the Panasonic GX7 is 20 fps, the Olympus E-M5 shooting speed is limited to 9fps only.


Display: The Panasonic GX7 features tilting display unit with higher resolution and touch control, better than the Olympus E-M5.

Viewfinder: The GX7 features built in tilting EVF with resolution higher than Olympus OMD E-M5.

WiFi: Panasonic GX7 features built-in WiFi connectivity , no WiFi available in E-M5.

Price Difference: Panasonic GX7 available at $999 | Panasonic Olympus E-M5 available at $899

Verdict: We recommend New users to buy Panasonic GX7, The Olympus OMD-EM5 features almost same ISO range and available at $100 less than Panasonic GX7, on the other hand Panasonic GX7 features More shutter range and Fast Top continuous shooting speed, Better display and a tilting viewfinder, you also get WiFi for wireless data transfer.

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Olympus EM-5 from Amazon

Panasonic LX7 DISCONTINUED, LX8 Coming Soon [Rumor]


ALMOST CONFIRMED: According to our trusted source, on Monday July 15 Panasonic Canada informed its retail dealers that the DMC-LX7 had been DISCONTINUED, and no more were available from stock. On Friday July 19, Panasonic.ca finally posted in its advanced compact camera section the data for the DMC-LF1 as a replacement for the DMC-LX7 at the same last MSRP C$479.99 as the LX7.

See Panasonic LF1 at Amazon

Panasonic’s F-series cameras, currently the GF6 and LF1, are designed for the Asian market, where small is good and smaller is better, and small size always trounces performance. The LF1 is an inferior replacement for the LX7, which was once Panasonic’s best selling camera, so an announcement for the DMC-LX8 seems imminent. The response from dealers to the still-to-be-delivered LF1 has been so lukewarm (Canadian retailers having been burned by the low sales of the GF series) that Panasonic has sold the LF1 to airmiles.ca as a redeemable reward, the LF1 making its first appearance there on August 7, with a promised delivery time of four weeks.

Take a look at the announcement date of LX series camera

  • LX3: 21 July 2008
  • LX5: 21 July 2010
  • LX7: 18 July 2012

Panasonic’s LX series cameras have been regularly upgraded in July with one year gap. The announcement of the DMC-LX8 may make 2013 the exception to this policy.

Unconfirmed, but plausible:The LX7 air-gap LCD panel, which is likely to be repaced with a gapless capacitive-touch panel. With less than a year to design a replacement camera, Panasonic may not have many other radical upgrades to put into the LX8, we will see few basic upgrade in core specificartion, so enthusiasts with cosmic-fantasy wishlists may be disappointed.

Time to grab the LX7 before it goes out-of-stock – buy Panasonic LX7 from Amazon | B&H

Also take a look at – Canon G15 vs Nikon P7700 vs Panasonic LX7 vs Samsung EX2F – High ISO Test  | Panasonic LF1 vs Canon G15 vs Nikon P7700 vs Panasonic LX7

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Panasonic GX7 vs Panasonic GH3


Panasonic GX7 vs Panasonic GH3, , should you buy the new GX7 or 1 year old GH3, find out your answer now


Sensor: The Panasonic GX7 features a newly developed 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds Digital Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine image processor, GX7 ISO range is expandable upto to ISO 25600, Same as Panasonic GX7. Panasonic GH3 also features 16.05MP Digital Live MOS Sensor with 4-CPU Venus Engine, the ISO range is expandable upto to ISO 25600.

Image Stabilization: Panasonic GX7 MEGA O.I.S. in-camera image stabilization helps to minimize blur in low light situation, or when you have lenses that doesn’t support optical IS.  No In camera Image Stabilization available in GH3.

Top Continuous Shooting Speed: The GX7 features 5 fps in full resolution, 40 fps using an electronic shutter, and continuous shooting at 4.3 fps with full-time AF., The Panasonic GH3 also features Top Continuous shooting speed of 20 fps (with electronic shutter).

Video: Panasonic Gh3 and GX7 features same frame rates for video recording.


Display: Panasonic GX7 comes with a 3.0″ 1,040k-dot tilting Cell Touch LCD Display unit, Panasonic GH3 comes with 3.0″ 614k-Dot Free-Angle OLED Monitor.

Viewfinder: Panasonic GX7 features a 2,764k-dot resolution and approx. 100% color reproduction 90° upward tilting mechanism viewfinder. Panasonic GH3 comes with fixed 1744k-Dot OLED Live View Finder.

Weather Sealed Body Panasonic GH3 features Weather Sealed Body, Panasonic GX7 is not Weather Sealed.

Price: Panasonic GH3 (body only) will cost $300 + compared to the new GX7

Size: Panasonic GX7 is small and have bigger handgrip, better overall design compared to GH3.

Verdict:  We highly recommend you to buy new Panasonic GX7 camera, since the GX7 features bit advance core specification then GH3 and comes at low price.

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Buy Panasonic GH3 from Amazon

Panasonic GX7 Sample Images and Videos

Panasonic GX7 Sample Images and Videos, Now we have many sample images taken with GX7 surfaced over the web, see more about Panasonic GX7 announcement


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See Samples at CNET

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Panasonic GX7 Sample Video – Video created with GX7 Mirrorless Camera

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Panasonic GX7 Price, Images and Full Specification

After tones of rumors Panasonic finally announced the GX7 Mirrorless camera, the GX7 offers class leading core specification and inovavtive design to attract professional users, the camera body will cost you approx $1K.


Panasonic GX7 features newly developed sensor 16.00-megapixel Live MOS Sensor, S/N ratio improved by approx. 25% and detail reproduction by approx.10% compared to the LUMIX DMC-GX1, new features include in-body image stabilization and a tiltable electronic viewfinder, Panasonic GX7 takes only 0.5 seconds to do AF and captures 5.0 frame per-second (without AF) and 4.3 frame per-second with active AF for speedy objects.


Panasonic GX7 tilting electronic viewfinder

Panasonic GX7 Major features

  • 16MP Digital Live MOS Sensor
  • Venus Engine Image Processor
  • Micro Four Thirds System
  • 3.0″ 1,040k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 90° Tilting 2,764k-Dot EVF
  • Full HD 1080p AVCHD Video at 60 fps
  • MEGA O.I.S. In-Body Image Stabilization
  • Built-In Wireless and NFC Connectivity
  • Focus Peaking and Magnification Windows
  • Magnesium Alloy Body Construction


Panasonic GX7 captures full HD 1080p video recording at 60 or 24 fps in AVCHD or MP4 formats, the GX7 also features electronic shutter for silent shooting, Focus Peaking feature, Wi-Fi and NFC for wireless data transfers and sharing.

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Change your Perspective with the New LUMIX DMC-GX7 DSLM (Digital Single Lens Mirrorless)
A Premium Flat Body Camera with a Host of Creative Functions for Photo Enthusiasts and Artisans

NEWARK, NJ (August 1, 2013) – Panasonic is pleased to announce a new addition of LUMIX G Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (DSLM) Camera, the DMC-GX7, featuring high photographic performance and a sleek design which incorporates a tiltable LVF (Live View Finder).

Dressed in magnesium alloy full diecast frame in black and silver the new LUMIX GX7 allows photographers to change their viewing perspective with a newly integrated 90-degree tiltable LVF. The new LVF features 2764K-dot high resolution and 100% color reproduction based on a Field Sequential Color Accuracy method**. This 16:9 Wide Screen LVF boasts approx.1.39x / 0.7x (35mm camera equiv.) magnification and 100% field of view. The tiltable LVF offers extraordinary angle of view with unique shooting style – looking down into the viewfinder to level the camera straight on the subject. It comes with an Eye Sensor that automatically turns ON/OFF according to the photographer’s action. The Eye Sensor AF (Auto Focus) automatically begins to focus when a user looks into the LVF, so no shooting opportunity is missed. An Eye Cup, DMW-EC1GU, made of elastic material is sold separately to enhance comfort in viewing either with the naked eye or glasses.

The LUMIX GX7 is a new breed of digital camera suitable for the Hybrid Photographer. It’s capable of recording full HD 1920 x 1080 60p smooth, high quality video recording in AVCHD Progressive and MP4 with stereo sound. The practical full-time AF and tracking AF is also available in video recording mode. The cinema-like 24p video with the bit rate of max. 24Mbps or P/A/S/M mode provides richly expressive afterimage with exquisite image quality. The Digital Live MOS Sensor greatly improves motion picture quality.

The LUMIX GX7 incorporates Creative Panorama, Time Lapse Shot, Stop Motion Animation or Clear Retouch in addition to the popular Creative Control mode with a total of 22 fascinating filter effects

A new in-body Image Stabilizer is nearly as effective as the MEGA O.I.S. found in Panasonic’s conventional DSLM lenses, which makes it easier to take clear photos with mounted non-stabilized and classic lenses. The LUMIX GX7 is also compatible with Focus Peaking for more precise control of focusing. In Silent Mode, the camera switches the shutter from mechanical to electronic and turns all sound (AF operation) off while suppressing emission of AF assist lamp and flash with just a single setting for special shooting occasions. Furthermore, the LUMIX GX7 allows photographers to use a max. 1/8000 shutter speed for more impressive expression with high speed lens options.

Panasonic developed a new 16.00-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor for LUMIX GX7 that achieves both high resolution and high sensitivity image recording with minimum noise by utilizing cutting-edge Semiconductor Fine Technology to improve color saturation by approx. 10% and a redesigned on-chip lens that enhances light condensation to achieve approx.10% higher sensitivity. Noise generation is minimized in both pixel circuit and digital signal readout circuit for better S/N ratio by approx.
25% and detail reproduction by approx.10% compared to the LUMIX DMC-GX1, making it possible to capture clear images even in low lit situations. The image processor Venus Engine features advanced noise reduction systems, including Multi-process NR (Noise Reduction) and Detail Reproduction Filter Process, which enhances the limit resolution. The combination of the digital Live MOS Sensor and the Venus Engine achieves max. ISO 25,600.

The Contrast AF System of the LUMIX GX7 excels in both speed and accuracy by exchanging digital signals between the camera and the lens at max. 240 fps. A variety of extensive AF functions including Low Light AF (-4EV), Pin-point AF and One-shot AF enhances usability to comply with a wide-range of shooting situations. In Pinpoint AF, picture-in-picture display is available and the magnification ratio of in-frame picture is selectable from 3x to 6x. The One Shot AF function can be allocated to the AF/AE Lock Button (AF/MF Switch Lever) for more flexible control over focusing.

The LUMIX GX7 incorporates high speed response desired for the digital single lens mirrorless camera, taking only approx. 0.5 sec* to get ready to shoot after startup. The LUMIX GX7 also realizes the high speed burst shooting at 5 fps and max. 40 fps using an electronic shutter. Also, AF Tracking enables consecutive shooting to capture moving subject in sharp focus at 4.3 fps.

At the same time, Panasonic designed ease of operation into the LUMIX GX7. Two separate dials on front and back offer direct control over aperture, shutter speed or exposure, which achieves smooth manual shooting. The Live View function is also digitally advanced, making it possible to adjust highlight / shadow separately with the front/rear dial. Three patterns of settings can be customized in addition to three patterns of presets. In addition, the Fn (Function) tab is newly integrated into the menu, which means a total of nine functions can be assigned (five in tab and four with the button).

The LUMIX GX7 integrates Wi-Fi® connectivity (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n) with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology to offer a more flexible shooting experience and seamless instant image sharing. All of these flexible shooting, browsing, and sharing styles are made possible with the LUMIX GX7 and Panasonic’s dedicated application software and the Panasonic Image App for iOS / Android smartphones/tablets.

Panasonic DMC-GX7 Specifications

System Type: Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera
Recording Media: SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card
(Compatible with UHS-I standard SDHC / SDXC Memory Cards)
Image Sensor Size: 17.3 x 13.0mm (in 4:3 aspect ratio)
Lens Mount: Micro Four Thirds mount
Image Sensor Type: Live MOS Sensor
Total Pixels: 16.84 Megapixels
Camera Effective Pixels: 16.00 Megapixels
Color Filter: Primary color filter
Dust Reduction System: Supersonic wave filter
Image Sensor Shift Type
Recording Still Image: JPEG (DCF, Exif 2.3), RAW
MPO (When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Thirds System standard)
Motion Image: AVCHD (Audio format: Dolby Digital 2ch) / MP4 (Audio format AAC 2ch)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
Image Quality: RAW, RAW+Fine, RAW+Standard, Fine, Standard MPO+Fine, MPO+Standard (When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Thirds System standard) Color Space: sRGB, Adobe RGB
Still Image Res 4:3 4592×3448(L) / 3232×2424(M) / 2272?1704(S) / 1824×1368(When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Third System standard)
Still Image Res 3:2 4592×3064(L) / 3232?2160(M) / 2272?1520(S) / 1824×1216(When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Third System standard)
Still Image Res 16:9 4592×2584(L) / 3232?1824(M) / 1920×1080(S) / 1824×1024(When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Third System standard)
Still Image Res 1:1 3424?3424(L) / 2416×2416(M) / 1712?1712(S) / 1712×1712(When attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Third System standard)
[Full HD] 1,920 x 1,080 (sensor output is 30p)
[HD] 1,280 x 720 (sensor output is 30p)
[VGA] 640 x 480 (sensor output is 30p)MP4 PAL:
[Full HD] 1,920 x 1,080 (sensor output is 25p)
[HD] 1,280 x 720 (sensor output is 25p)
[VGA] 640 x 480 (sensor output is 25p)
[Full HD] 1,920 x 1,080, 60p (sensor output is 60p) (PSH: 28 Mbps)
[Full HD] 1,920 x 1,080, 60i (sensor output is 60p) (FSH: 17 Mbps)
[Full HD] 1,920 x 1,080, 30p (sensor output is 60p) (FPH: 17 Mbps)
[HD] 1,280 x 720, 60p (sensor output is 60p) (SH: 17 Mbps)
Recordable Time Continuous: AVCHD with picture quality set to [FSH]: Approx. 140 min with H-FS014042 / Approx. 150 min with H-PS14042 or H-FS45150Actual: AVCHD with picture quality set to [FSH]: Approx. 70 min with H-FS014042 / Approx. 75 min with H-PS14042 or H-FS45150
WiFi FUNTION WiFi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n, 2412MHz – 2462MHz (11ch), Wi-Fi / WPA / WPA2, Infrastructure mode
NFC: ISO IEC 18092, NFC-F(Passive Mode)
Viewfinder Type: Live View Finder (2,764,800 dots equivalent)
Field of View:L Approx.
100% Tilting: Yes
Magnification: Approx. 1.4x / 0.7x (35 mm camera equivalent) with 50 mm lens at infinity; -1.0 m-1
Eye Point: Approx. 17.5 mm from eyepiece lens
Diopter Adjustment: -4.0 – +3.0 (dpt)
Eye Sensor: Yes
Eye Sensor Adjustment: High / Low
Focus Type: Contrast AF system Focus Mode: AFS (Single) / AFF (Flexible) / AFC (Continuous) / MF AF Mode: Face detection / AF Tracking / 23-area-focusing / 1-area-focusing / Pinpoint
AF Detective Range: EV 0 – 18 (ISO100 equivalent)
AF Lock: Set the Fn button in custom menu to AF lock
Others: Quick AF, Continuous AF (during motion image recording), AF+MF, Eye Sensor AF, Touch AF, Touch Pad AF, Touch shutter, Touch MF Assist
Exposure Control Light Metering System: 1728-zone multi-pattern sensing system
Light Metering Mode: Multiple / Center Weighted / Spot
Metering Range: EV 0 – 18 (F2.0 lens, ISO100 equivalent) Exposure Mode: Program AE / Aperture Priority AE / Shutter Priority AE / Manual
ISO Sensitivity: Auto / Intelligent ISO / 160 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 / 12800 / 25600 (Standard Output Sensitivity): (Changeable to 1/3 EV step)
Exposure cont. Exposure Compensation: 1/3 EV Step, ±5 EV
AE Lock: Set the Fn button in custom menu to AE lock
AE Bracket: 3, 5, 7 frames, in 1/3, 2/3 or 1 EV Step, ±3 EV
White Balance White Balance: Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Shade / Incandescent / Flash / White Set 1, 2 / Color temperature setting
White Balance Adjustment: Blue/amber bias, Magenta/green bias
Color Temperature Setting: 2,500 K – 10,000 K in 100 K
White Balance Bracket: 3 exposures in blue/amber axis or in magenta/green axis
Shutter Type: Focal-plane shutter
Shutter Speed: Still Images: Bulb (Max. 120 seconds), 1/8,000 – 60
Motion Images: 1/16000 – 1/25 (NTSC area/PAL area)
Scene Guide Still Clear Portrait / Silky Skin / Backlit Softness / Clear in Backlight / Relaxing Tone / Sweet Child’s Face / Distinct Scenery / Bright Blue Sky / Romantic Sunset Glow / Vivid Sunset Glow / Glistening Water / Clear Nightscape / Cool Night Sky / Warm Glowing Nightscape / Artistic Nightscape / Glittering Illuminations / Clear Night Portrait / Soft Image of a Flower / Appetizing Food / Cute Dessert / Freeze Animal Motion / Clear Sports Shot / Monochrome
Scene Guide Motion Clear Portrait / Silky Skin / Backlit Softness / Clear in Backlight / Relaxing Tone / Sweet Child’s Face / Distinct Scenery / Bright Blue Sky / Romantic Sunset Glow / Vivid Sunset Glow / Clear Nightscape / Cool Night Sky / Warm Glowing Nightscape / Artistic Nightscape / Clear Night Portrait / Appetizing Food / Cute Dessert / Freeze Animal Motion / Clear Sports Shot / Monochrome
Burst Mechanical Shutter – H: 5.0 frames/sec(with AFS), 4.3 frames/sec(with AFC, In 1-area-focusing AF mode), M: 4.0 frames/sec with Live View, L: 2.0 frames/sec with Live View
Electronic Shutter – SH: 40.0 frames/sec, H: 10.0 frames/sec, M: 4.0 frames/sec with Live View, L: 2.0 frames/sec with Live View”
Built in Flash Type: TTL Built-in Flash, GN7.0 equivalent (ISO 200 ?m), GN5.0 equivalent (ISO 100m) Built-in Pop-up
Flash Mode: Auto, Auto / Red-eye Reduction, Forced On, Forced On / Red-eye Reduction, Slow Sync., Slow Sync. / Red-eye Reduction, Forced Off
Synchronization Speed: Less than 1/320 second (Built-in Flash) / Less than 1/250 second (External Flash)
Flash synchronization: 1st. Curtain Sync, 2nd Curtain Sync.
LCD Monitor Type: Tilt Static LCD with Touch Monitor
Monitor size: 3.0inch (7.5cm)/ 3:2 Aspect / Wide-viewing anglePixels: Approx. 1040K dots
Field of view: Approx. 100%
Monitor adjustment: Brightness, Contrast and Saturation, Red tint, Blue tint
Live View Digital Zoom 2x, 4x
Live View Extra Tele Conversion Still image: Max.2x (Aspect ratio sets at 4:3. Not effective with L size recording. Magnification ratio depends on the recording pixels and aspect ratio.)
Motion image: 2.4x (FHD/60p, FHD/60i, FHD/30p, FHD/24p in NTSC area / FHD/50p, FHD/50i, FHD/25p, FHD/24p in PAL area), 3.6x (HD/60p, HD/30p in NTSC area / HD/50p, HD/25p in PAL area), 4.8x (VGA/30p in NTSC area / VGA/25p in PAL area)
Live View Other functions Guide Lines (3 patterns)
Real-time Histogram
Level Gauge Yes (Built-in 3 shaft accelerometer sensor)
Direction Detection Yes
Function Buttons WiFi / Q.MENU / LVF/Monitor Switch / AF/AE LOCK / AF-ON / One Push AE / Touch AE/ Preview / Level Gauge / Focus Area Set / Zoom Control / Photo Style / Aspect Ratio / Picture Size / Quality / Metering Mode / Highligt Shadow / i.Dynamic / i.Resolution / HDR / Electronic Shutter / Flash Mode / Ex. Tele Conv. / DigitalZoom / Stabilizer / Sensitivity / White Balance / AF Mode / Drive Mode / Restore to Default / Motion Pic. Set / Picture Mode / Silent Mode / AFS/AFF/AFC / Peaking / Histogram
Function Lever No
Still Image Control Expressive / Retro / Old Days / High Key / Low Key / Sepia / Monochrome / Dynamic Monochrome / Rough Monochrome / Silky Monochrome / Impressive Art / HighDynamic / Cross Process / Toy Effect / Toy POP / Bleach Bypass / Miniature Effect / Soft Focus / Fantasy / Star Filter / One Point Color / Sun Shine
Motion Image Control Expressive / Retro / Old Days / High Key / Low Key / Sepia / Monochrome / Dynamic Monochrome / Impressive Art / High Dynamic / Cross Process / Toy Effect / Toy POP / Bleach Bypass / Miniature Effect / Fantasy / One Point Color
Playback Mode Normal playback, 30-thumbnail display, 12-thumbnail display, Calendar display, Zoomed playback (Max. 16x), Slideshow (duration & effect is selectable), Playback Mode (Normal / Picture / Video / 3D Play / Category / Favorite), Title Edit, Text Stamp, Video Divide, Resize, Cropping, Rotate, Favorite, DPOF Print Set, Protect, Face Recognition Edit
Image Protection Protection: Single / Multi, Cancel
Erase: Single / Multi / All / Except Favorite
Direct Print PictBridge compatible
USB USB 2.0 High Speed
HDMI miniHDMI TypeC / VIERA Link
Video: Auto / 1080p / 1080i / 720p / 480p (576p in PAL system)
Audio: Stereo
Audio Video Output Monaural Type, NTSC/PAL, NTSC only for North America
Microphone Stereo
OSD Language English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Russian, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Dutch, Thai, Korean, Turkish, Portuguese, Arabic, Persian, Japanese, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Greek, Vietnamese
Battery Li-ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1,200mAh) (Included) Battery Charger
Battery Life Approx. 320 images with H-FS014042
Approx. 350 images with H-PS14042 or H-FS45150
Environment Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Operating Humidity: 10%RH to 80%RH
Software PHOTOfunSTUDIO 9.2 PE (Windows XP/Vista/7/8)
SILKYPIX® Developer Studio 3.1 SE (Windows XP/Vista/7/8, Mac OS X v10.4/v10.5/v10.6/v10.7/v10.8)
LoiLoScope 30 day full trial version (Windows XP/Vista/7/8)”
Dimensions WxHxD 122.60x 70.7 x 54.6 mm / 4.83 x 2.78 x 2.15 inch
Weight Approx. 402g / 0.89 lb SD card, Battery, Body)
Approx. 360g / 0.79 lb Body only)
Approx. 489g / 1.08 lb SD card, Battery, H-H020A lens included
Approx. 512g / 1.13 lb (SD card, Battery, H-FS1442A lens included)

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Detailed Specification of Panasonic GX7


Detailed Specification of Panasonic GX7 and Images (Top) surfaced over the web, take a look at the detailed specification below

Panasonic GX7 Detailed Specification [Translated by Google]
– The sensor 16 million pixels Digital Live MOS new development that improve the high resolution and sensitivity
– New two-dimensional noise reduction, new multi-process NR
– AF is 240fps of the sensor lens drive control
– EVF is tiltable 90 degrees 2.76 million dots, above. Color reproduction rate is about Adobe RGB 100%
– LCD monitor 1.04 million dot movable 3.0-inch touch panel
– 45 degrees on the monitor is tilted in a range from 80 degrees below
– Within the body image stabilization
– Peaking function
– 60 seconds to 1/8000 second, shutter speed valve
– ISO sensitivity 200-25600, ISO 125 extended
– Continuous shooting 5 frames / second highest
– Video Full HD 1920×1080
– SD / SDHC / SDXC, media UHS-I compatible
– The battery life is 320 shots at CIPA standard
– (Including battery and media) 402g Weight
– Body color is silver and black
– The body is around ¥ 105,000, estimated retail price of ¥ 130,000 before and after the kit with the 20mm F1.7.

The Panasonic GX7 price is also confirmed now, the body will cost you approx $1072.26 and with 20mm F1.7 kit lens it will cost you $1327.56.

Also take a look at previous post + more images Panasonic GX7 Images and Specification Leaked-