Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 with wireless sharing and flip screen

Panasonic releases the new sleek MILC with WiFi connectivity, is sure to deliver Superb Picture Quality and High Speed Response. Coming from the stylish GF series the DMC-GF6 captures images with the 16-megapixel capacity and has Live MOS Sensor which achieves high-resolution, high sensitivity image recording. Yes! We are excited!

Wireless and NFC enabled Panasonic Lumix DMC GF6 Camera
Wireless and NFC enabled Panasonic Lumix DMC GF6 Camera with Flip Screen

The cameras Venus Engine has been newly developed in-order to attain high-performance signal processing, there is also a reduction in the noise system. The main feature of this new product is the Wi-Fi connectivity featuring NFC (Near Field Communication) technology. So now; the users can connect the camera to their smartphone/tablet anywhere at one-touch, making image sharing much easier. The Instant Transfer function helps photos to automatically be sent to the smartphone/tablet after shooting. Using the wireless access point at the users home, the images and videos can be archived to the PC.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 camera with new 16.00 Megapixel Live MOS Sensor and Venus Engine

This new camera also sports an updated 1040k-dot screen that tilts and flips to 180 degrees for self portraits, this is a great feature for those serious shooters, who need their cameras to be flexible enough to capture great images. Other than the connectivity, the cameras includes great specs like 1080/60i full-HD AVCHD video, a 25,600 ISO range, JPEG and RAW shooting, built-in flash, a new Venus Engine image processor, 3.7 fps burst shooting, low-light auto-focus and a 0.5-second start-up time.

The camera is available in black, white, brown or red. Panasonic has not officially announced the price or the arrival date for the camera. So we’ll just have to wait around for that.

Image and Information source: Engadget

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