Panasonic’s LUMIX DMC-G5 mid-level camera uses mirrorless interchangeable lenses
Amongst a bunch of releases, Japanese electronics manufacturer Panasonic has recently unveiled yet another tool for shutterbugs, the new LUMIX DMC-G5, a mid-level camera with mirrorless interchangeable lenses. Using a 16MP LiveMOS sensor that according to the company has never been used in a G-series camera before, the LUMIX DMC-G5packs the Venus Engine and is capable of shooting 1080p videos at 60 frames per second! With a higher-resolution 920,000 dot rear LCD, the camera also sports an additional control lever and an eye-sensor that quickly helps you switch between the viewfinder and the LCD. With optimal balance of resolution and noise reduction enabling you to take better pictures than you usually could with a mid-level camera, the Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G5 is bound to create quite the rage amongst picture-takers and budding lensmen.