Panasonic’s XS1 Will be More Fashionable Than You Are

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We reported on the Panasonic XS1 back around CES 2013, but it’s now ready to ship with customizable looks. In a seemingly copy cat move to Pentax, the XS1 establishes a whole new line of compacts which are especially thin and stylish. Coming down the catwalk at around 14mm thin, the XS1 features a 16.1 MP CCD sensor, a 24-120mm (eq.) 5x zoom lens, a 2.7″ 230k dot display and records 720p HD video. Take a look at some of the outfits in its closet after the jump. But if you’re interested, you can score one over at B&H Photo.

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At CES Panasonic Spews Out a Whole Motherload of New Compact Cameras That Will All Be Irrelevant Next Month

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At the pace at which camera companies are pushing new models onto the market, there really isn’t any chance aynmore to ever own a camera that’s not outdated only months after you bought it. But also, there isn’t really any chance to accidentally buy a bad camera, since even the cheapest p&s now features technology that was considered state-of-the-art only a short while ago.

As is the case with Panasonic’s latest compact camera offerings which they presented to the public during CES yesterday. Many of them feature a 16 megapixel sensor, WiFi and/or an incredibly long zoom lens of up to 35x. For the details, please continue after the break. Continue reading…