With the new Panasonic ZS200, photographers get a whole lot of power in a small, portable, compact camera.
Arguably the lesser star of today’s news, the Panasonic ZS200 is also probably the camera that is bound to sell better than its bigger cousin–the Panasonic GX9. This is due to its fixed lens compact nature, the 1 inch sensor, and a whole lot of other great stuff under the good. The Panasonic ZS200 gets the new L Monochrome D mode that emulates the look of black and white film, and has a 2.330K dot live viewfinder with a magnification of 0.53x. For some that won’t mean a whole lot but if you’re a Leica user and understand the importance of viewfinder magnification–this is pretty exciting.