LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The brand new LUMIX DMC-XS1 offers users the ultimate in compact style and substance, combining amazing camera performance with stunning design. With 16.1 megapixels and at just 14mm thick, the XS1 is the perfect accessory for anyone taking regular pictures on the go. Small enough to slip inside your pocket, the XS1 is the perfect camera for all those unplanned photo opportunities – that beautiful sunset on your way home from work or an unmissable snap of friends on a big night out. Available in a range of 3 different colors including, white, black and red, there is a LUMIX XS1 to suit all personalities. Ultra slim and stylishAt just a little more than a half inch thick, the XS1's body is designed to fit perfectly into your pocket, so you can have amazing camera performance on hand whenever and wherever you need it, providing excellent picture quality results. Whether you're taking pictures on a big night out or have spotted the perfect photo while out and about, the XS1's simple, sleek and modern design is the perfect accessory to complement your style. No compromise on performanceDespite its small, slim yet stylish design, the LUMIX XS1 is packed with a host of features that provide amazing results in every situation. A 16.1 megapixel lens housed in the camera's slender frame means you are guaranteed amazing quality with every shot. What is more, an Ultra Wide Angle 24mm lens ensures that you get the most from your indoor and landscape photography. With a 5x Optical Zoom, and 8x Intelligent Zoom, the XS1 is capable of getting up close and personal at the press of a button, without sacrificing picture quality. Also, the LUMIX XS1 is not just the ideal camera for photography on the move, 1280x720 HD video recording capability also makes it the perfect accessory for capturing impromptu movie content.
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