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Panasonic introduces twin-camera 4K camcorder with wireless capture

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.

12:37 pm 09/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic reveals new compacts for enthusiasts and adventurers

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.

11:44 am 03/02/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic cuts a mirrorless camera down to selfie size in the GF7

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.

3:10 pm 21/01/2015 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic gets into multi-room audio, offers support for more than its own speakers

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.

4:17 pm 03/11/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic makes a pocket friendly mirrorless with the GM5

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.

12:01 pm 18/09/2014 By Staff writers
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Panasonic outs a Lumix phone — yes, we said phone

Overseas, there’s a bunch of things happening in the world of cameras, with Photokina on in Germany showcasing all that’s new in the world of cameras and digital cameras, and one of the important things happening is actually a phone.

12:28 pm 16/09/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic gets steamy with microwave ovens

As we all look for better ways to cook our food — and by better, we mean “better for you” — it’s important to acknowledge steam cooking, which is what Panasonic is doing with a model on its way to stores.

1:20 pm 18/08/2014 By Staff writers
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Cordless phones on the decline, but Panasonic still has a couple of newbies

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see that mobile phones are taking over in the home. Your contacts are stored on them, as are your messages, and it can’t hurt that you can access the web and play Angry Birds, but just in case you still need a cordless phone, Panasonic has two newbies.

3:49 pm 17/07/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic first with a compact capable of capturing 4K UHD

The next big thing in TVs is the world of Ultra HD, and while the TVs are gradually becoming larger in number for you to choose from, the content is not, with virtually nothing ready to play back in 4K’s native resolution. With a new product, Panasonic hopes to help provide a fix.

3:46 pm 12/06/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Panasonic’s 4K Lumix gets a price, brings UHD shooting to more hands

Unsure about if you should invest in a new 1080p Full HD video camera when 4K is right around the corner? We know the feeling, and Panasonic seems to as well, announcing that its first 4K mirror-less won’t cost more than $2000.

9:58 am 25/03/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

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