Panasonic added three new mirrorless cameras to its roster for the Indian market. First is the GX1 that features a 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor and is equipped with a Venus Engine image processor and a dedicated circuit that suppresses noise by up to 66 percent. The DMC-GX1 also comes with an electric zoom lever for smoother zooming, full HD 1920×1080 video support and 3-inch display at the back. Panasonic will sell the GX1 for Rs. 34,990 with 14-42mm lens.
Next in the line is G5 that comes with a 16.05 megapixel Live MOS sensor, the same Venus Engine found on the GX1, ISO sensitivity up to 12800, full HD video recording and lots more. The G5 will sell for Rs. 37,990 with 14-42mm lens and Rs. 43,990 with 14-42 and 45-150mm lens.
The GH3 is the top of the line model that boasts a rugged magnesium alloy body making it splash proof and dust proof. As for the hardware, it includes a re-engineered 16.05 megapixel Live MOS Sensor along with Venus Engine, Contrast AF System that doubles up as the AF sensor to avoid mechanical margin of error. The camera also features Wi-Fi that enhances the functionality of the camera when it is used in conjunction with Lumix Link Android or iOS app.
The GH3 will sell for Rs. 99,990 for the body or Rs. 154,990 with the 14-140mm lens.