Panasonic adds yet another member to it’s LUMIX family of digital cameras, this time it’s a Micro Four Thirds camera – the LUMIX GF5. This one is Panasonic’s new and improved Micro Four Thirds camera for 2012.
The GF5 is the successor of the GF3 model, an it’s a 12.1-megapixel camera which introduces a LIVE CMOS image sensor to the mix, along with the company’s own Venus Engine and a maximum of 12800 ISO and 0.09s autofocus.
There’s also a 3-inch 920k dot LCD touchscreen for preview, which is actually a huge improvement on comparison to last year’s GF3, enabling smoother menus and high-quality previews. If you’re looking to enhance you photos on the go, there’s also an array of features available, including Dynamic Monochrome, Impressive Art, Cross Process, One Point Color, Low Key, Star Filter and Soft Focus.
The GF5 brings forward multiple shooting modes including a 4fps full resolution burst and the iA+ auto mode which will enable users to capture a sequence of images at high speed.
No pricing details have been revealed for the GF5 at this time.