As expected, the soon to be announced Panasonic GF6 has been leaked ahead of its expected announcement on April 9th, with a batch of prematurely released images spreading across the inter-webs like wildfire.
Even though it’s April fools, the following report is indeed real!
43Rumors is reporting word from several sources which claim Panasonic is set to unveil the new GF6 and G6 next Tuesday, April 9th.
One of the more interesting finds at this year’s CP+ imaging show in Yokohama, Japan may have come from the unlikely collaboration between Kipon and German lens maker IBE Optics, and their unveiling of a new, super fast, f/0.85 standard prime for a variety of mirrorless camera systems.
Fresh off the announcement of a “multi-year” licensing agreement to produce a line of pocket video cameras, projectors, and digital cameras – comes our first spied look at what Kodak and JK Imaging have been working on behind closed doors.
Quick News – Earlier today, during their official GH3 unveiling, Panasonic took the time to also solidify their commitment to deliver high-quality glass for MFT system cameras, teasing a pair of fast primes set for a 2014 release.
According to information compiled by 43Rumors from trustworthy sources, Olympus is planning to “revolutionize” their current PEN line-up come this September, most likely in and around the time of Photokina 2012. Reports have it that the present trio of offerings; the E-PM, the E-PL and the E-P series will have greater differentiations between each other and that the differences will be more “obvious.”
The Panasonic LUMIX G X VARIO 12-35mm F/2.8 ASPH to be Priced at $1,299.00 – Now Available For Pre-order
Quick News – While it wasn’t directly mentioned in yesterdays official announcement press release, the price of the highly-anticipated LUMIX G X VARIO 12-35mm f/2.8 ASPH has inched its way out of the world of estimation, to actual – thanks to the preliminary pre-order options which have become available.
Quick News – Just last week, an intentionally blurry image from what was believed to be the Panasonic GF5 surfaced, and although little could be deciphered from the leak, it was evident that not much had changed in terms of styling between the GF3 and GF5. Today, the first clear shot of the camera has emerged backing up that sentiment as, aside from a beefier hand-grip, the GF5 looks nearly identical to its predecessor… at least from the front.
The intentionally blurred image you see above was sent to the folks at nPhoto from an unknown source claiming that the camera on the right is the soon to be unveiled Panasonic GF5, the successor to the current GF3, shown on the left side of the image.