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>Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 ($799) another SLR?, but it’s not. which does away with the mirror and optical viewfinder of a traditional D-SLR. Since there’s no mirror box taking up space, this allowed Panasonic to shrink the dimensions of the camera and its lens mount. The result is the smallest camera on the market with interchangeable lenses: the DMC-G1.

Here are some other highlights of the G1:
12.1 effective Megapixel Live MOS sensor (same size as on a regular FourThirds camera)
Venus Engine HD image processor
Flip-out, rotating 3-inch LCD display + ultra-high resolution EVF
Live view experience that rivals (or exceeds) that of a compact camera
23-point, fast contrast detect autofocus
Dust reduction system
Full manual controls + Intelligent Auto Mode (just like on Panasonic’s compact cameras)
Continuous shooting at 3 frames/second
Hot shoe for external flash
HDMI port

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