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Panasonic FZ300 Coming with 4/3 Sensor and 16X Optical Zoom

Panasonic-FZ300-imageAccording to latest wired rumors coming above the surface, the to be announced Panasonic FZ300 is rumored to feature a 4/3 sensor inside a 16X optical Zoom lens, take a look at the rumored specification

Take a look at the rumored specification of the Panasonic FZ300 camera

Sony 4/3 sensor.
F1.8 up to 30mm, and at 200mm F 2.8.
F1.8 – F4
24-400 leica lens
FZ 1000 MKII (or FZ300) will be released in September.
Capacitive touchscreen, articulating LCD
2.36m EVF.
price will be $1499 USD.

The rumored specification also says the camera will have F1.8 aperture up to 30mm, and at 200mm F 2.8, that also clearly indicated that upto 8X optical zoom you have F2.8 aperture, that really a unbelievable specification.

If the rumor is true than the Panasonic FZ300 will sure take down the sales graph of big sensor compacts and APS-C or 4/3 mirrorless  camera… since when you have a big 4/3 sensor compact camera with a ultra bright compact lens why you will look for a second option, The camera wide aperture range clearly indicates that it ill become a prefect tool for portrait shooters too.

source – bit.ly/1LzZQrt

1 comment to Panasonic FZ300 Coming with 4/3 Sensor and 16X Optical Zoom

  • Max

    If this is true I would buy this camera. a 4/s sensor with a bright x16 zoom lens would be incredible, but that’s going to be a big lens, unless Panasonic can somehow defy physics.

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