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There certainly are quite a few action cameras out there, and there might even be room for one more, as Panasonic embraces its inner Iron Man and brings its ruggedised knowhow to a Go Pro competitor.
How do you deal with a lack of Ultra HD content for 4K TVs? You get people to make their own, which is exactly what Panasonic is doing with its latest mirror-less shooter, providing not just 4K video, but 4K image shooting.
The first time we saw Panasonic give multi-room audio a thwack, we saw something a little “me too”, with speakers for your home. This year, though, Panasonic appears to have some ideas of its own.
If the past two years aren’t an indication, then let it be said now: 4K is here to stay, and while we’ve seen LG and Samsung show their Ultra HD wares, now its time for Panasonic to dish the goss and reveal what it has in store for Australia in 2015.
Will Smith and Jazzy Jeff might have gotten everyone shouting “Boom! Shake the room!” but an update to speakers from Panasonic could just to that itself.
Family captures and enthusiast movie makers may have a new outlet to explore when it comes to creative story telling, as Panasonic introduces a 4K video camera that can capture a second camera angle that the camera’s lens isn’t being pointed at.
Photography enthusiasts and those who like to take pictures when they’re out roughing it in the wild will have a few new cameras to choose from shortly, as Panasonic reveals new cameras that are heading to store shelves shortly.
A new interchangeable lens camera is on the way for people who prefer a smaller camera and want to take selfies, as Panasonic shrinks its G series mirror-less to hand-sized this year.
The next battleground for home audio is apparently multi-room audio, as more companies find a way to tackle Sonos head on. We’ve seen LG, Samsung, and Bluesound do it this year, and now it’s time for Panasonic to get in on the action.
Mirrorless cameras may well be on the way to replacing digital SLRs, but they’re not there yet. One area where compact systems have the ability to be better is that whole “compact” thing, and Panasonic’s upcoming GM5 looks to be there in a big— err, small way.