Panasonic G3 Digital Camera Review
We've given the Panasonic G3 and its new 16-megapixel sensor all it can handle, and the results are in.
The G3 is yet another step by Panasonic in their attempts to bring the Micro to the whole of their Micro Four-Thirds line, shrinking yet another G-series camera down by a significant margin. The Panasonic G3 offers a compact metal body, 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor, articulated high-resolution rear LCD, full hot shoe, and electronic viewfinder, at a decidedly entry-level price point of $700 with lens included. The G3 is available June 2011 in black, brown, white, and red.
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