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Can Panasonic top the plasma race once again with its latest successor to the Viera VT20? Bestowed with a new Infinite Black Pro 2 panel and the now familiar Viera Connect platform for internet lovers, we took the VT30 out for a good spin to see if it's able to retain its crown as king of the PDPs.
The Panasonic GX1 is the successor to the popular GF1. It's been a long two-year wait for this camera, and we're eager to see if this is the Micro Four Thirds camera to get for Christmas.
The Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH Micro Four Thirds prime lens provides a fast and wide aperture, perfect for portraiture and low-light shots. We take a closer look at this exciting new product.
The Panasonic Lumix G3 sports a new 16.6-megapixel sensor and a redesigned body, and delivers some of the best pictures from Micro Four Thirds yet. Check out how else it does in our review.
The Panasonic FH25 is a rather simple point and shoot camera minus any frills. Yet, it still managed to surprise us with a few good moves. Hit the link and find out why we gave this budget camera our Editor's Choice award.
The Panasonic Lumix GF3 is dramatically different from the GF-cameras that have come before, and represents a significant breakthrough for the Micro Four Thirds system. It's sure to delight some users, while disappointing others. Here's why.
Last year, Panasonic made their debut on the LED stage with their D-series LCD TVs. This year, it's the E-series turn to shine. Packed with the improved VIERA Connect platform and an IPS Alpha panel, does the E30S has what it takes to keep up with the competition?
As part of the Panasonic Asia Pacific Lumix G Seminar 2011 in Chiang Mai, we were invited for a 2-day photography trip around the city. Here's a compilation of what we have learned from the seminar and discovered while using their new Panasonic DMC-G3 and DMC-GF3.
The Panasonic Lumix TZ20 is billed as great for traveling, and it's easy to see why from our test drive with it. 16x optical zoom, good image stabilization and easy shooting with iA mode in a compact body equates to a fun camera to have. Read on for the details.
The Panasonic GH1 released in 2009 was the first Micro Four Thirds camera to record full HD video and it was also the first camera with an interchangeable lens to have auto-focus while shooting video. And because it was designed without the classic DSLR mirror, it was small - even smaller than HD DSLR cameras. We check out if the upgraded GH2 has the chops to better its predecessor.