LUMIX DMC-GX7 is the newest Micro Four Thirds camera from Panasonic and the successor of the DMC-GX1. It is among the best mirrorless cameras in its class, featuring an upgraded 16.00-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor for higher sensitivity image recording with less noise, and for higher resolution pictures.
Some of its most exciting features are the incorporated tiltable electronic view finder, customizable focus peaking, pop-up flash, built-in image stabilization, and 2,764k-dot resolution. The shutter operates at 1/8000th of a second, the autofocus mechanism canfind a focus point in 0.06 seconds, and the Tracking AF technology can track the subject once the focus is set on it.
The retro-looking camera is actually highly modern and innovative technology-wise, and you can rely on it even in low light conditions. You can also use the Autofocus, Tracking AF and Touch AF features while filming, which makes your full HD videos even more fun to shoot. Stereo recording is another feature that we definitely love.
To top it all off, the LUMIX DMC-GX7 has integrated NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities that allows you to share your images effortlessly. The camera will hit the stores in September, priced at $1,000 if you only want the body, or at $1,100 if you also get a 14-42mm zoom.