SECAUCUS, N.J., April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic is proud to announce the new Digital Single Lens Mirrorless LUMIX DMC-G6 (G6) that captures high quality photos and Full HD videos. With the Wi-Fi® connectivity with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, users can connect the camera to their smartphone/tablet anywhere with one-touch, which makes sharing images much easier. It is also possible to use a smartphone/tablet as a multi-capable remote shutter with a monitor. With the Instant Transfer function, photos are automatically sent to the smartphone/tablet right after shooting. In addition, both photo and video can be archived to a registered device such as a PC automatically via the wireless access point (router) at home. The LUMIX G6 is not just an interchangeable lens camera but an advanced digital photographic tool full of wide-ranging attractive features for producing attractive artwork in the camera. It incorporates Creative Panorama, Time Lapse Shot, Stop Motion Animation and Clear Retouch in addition to the popular Creative Control mode with a total of 19 fascinating filter effects. The Stop Motion Animation allows for unique stop-motion video and the Clear Retouch function enables the user to erase the unwanted portion of a picture after shooting and both operations can be completed with ease in the camera. The G6 features a Digital Live MOS Sensor that achieves high-resolution and high sensitivity image recording. The new Venus Engine attains high-performance signal processing with an advanced noise reduction system. Combined with the high performance sensor, the G6 minimizes noise and even achieves shooting at a maximum ISO 25,600 (Extended) high sensitivity image recording. The LUMIX G6 boasts quick response featuring high burst speed shooting at 7 fps (frames per second) at full resolution. The G6 is ready to shoot only 0.5 seconds* after start-up, never letting you miss a shooting opportunity.
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