Panasonic’s GM1 is the Smallest Micro Four Thirds Camera Out There

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Earlier on there were reports of a really small Micro Four Thirds camera coming from Panasonic. And indeed, it seems like the reports were correct. Today, Panasonic is announcing the GM-1. Of note with the camera is the magnesium alloy body, 18MP Micro Four Thirds sensor, WiFi connectivity, GPS, 25,600 max ISO, a 3 inch 1036K dot touchscreen LCD, 24p video with a 24 MB/s write, 5fps or 40 fps if using the electronic shutter, focusing that the company says will work down to -4 EV, time lapse mode, focus peaking, a silent shooting mode and will come with a brand new 12-32mm f3.5-5.6 MEGA OIS kit zoom lens.

The camera will retail for $749 with the kit lens when it is available at Adorama. More photos are after the jump.

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