Panasonic’s smallest mirrorless Have Successor?

September 15, 2014 Panasonic is rumored to be releasing some new camera products. That said, the successor of his smallest mirrorless camera will take part in the event.

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Is GM2 as the product in question. This series is the successor of the Panasonic GM1, which is touted as the micro four third interchangeable lens camera (ILC), the smallest in the world.

GM2 is said to have an electronic viewfinder (EVF) and a hot shoe, two features that are not available in GM1. Besides these two things, it looks like there will be no major changes in GM2, even sensor used was the same as its predecessor.

There is also the Panasonic LX100, a pocket camera with a micro four third format. Although classified as a pocket camera, LX100 is said to be equipped with the 24-74 lens f / 1.7 to 2.8.

In addition, this camera also can record 4K video, and has an integrated EVF. Although not yet confirmed, reportedly LX100 will use the same sensor with GH4, owned flagship Panasonic camera.

Panasonic had reportedly will release a new lens for micro four third camera line of his, which among other things is 35-100mm and 150mm f / 2.8.