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Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix G7 review: 4K for the masses

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix G7 review: 4K for the masses

By 19 May 2015

Video. It's one of the big new words in system camera vocabulary. For the Lumix G7, however, its 4K ultra-high definition modes are there not just for its moving-image prowess but, thanks to in-camera image extraction from the footage, to enhance its... >>

Panasonic Lumix G7 targets videographers with 4K video capability

Panasonic Lumix G7 targets videographers with 4K video capability

By 18 May 2015

Panasonic is no stranger to 4K video capture, as its flagship Lumix GH4 proved. But now the ultra-high definition feature is trickling down the range, with the new Lumix G7 the latest compact system camera to benefit. The update to the Lumix G6, which... >>

First Panasonic Firefox OS-powered smart TVs now available in Europe

First Panasonic Firefox OS-powered smart TVs now available in Europe

By 16 May 2015

You can now buy a Panasonic smart TV running Firefox OS. Months after debuting Firefox OS for television sets, Mozilla has ;announced that six Panasonic TV models loaded with its new OS are now available in Europe and will begin to ship elsewhere in the... >>

Panasonic's HX-A1 wearable action cam will record your POV (even in slow-mo)

Panasonic's HX-A1 wearable action cam will record your POV (even in slow-mo)

By 13 April 2015

Panasonic has a new action camera that you're meant to wear. It's called HX-A1. Described as a "wearable, ultra-compact, POV action camcorder," the HX-A1 weighs just 45 grams and can capture full HD footage. It's also water-, dust-, and freeze-resistant.... >>

What does Firefox OS bring to Panasonic TVs? 10 key features explored

What does Firefox OS bring to Panasonic TVs? 10 key features explored

By 24 February 2015

It's the year when smart TVs get even smarter thanks to advancing operating systems. We've seen LG webOS, Android TV used in Philips sets, Tizen for Samsung, and now Firefox OS makes its way to the latest Panasonic 4K TVs. Mozilla Firefox is a well-known... >>

Panasonic first to sign up to offer Freeview Play on its 2015 TVs and DVRs

Panasonic first to sign up to offer Freeview Play on its 2015 TVs and DVRs

By 23 February 2015

Panasonic is the first TV manufacturer to confirm that its new sets will support the new Freeview Play platform. Freeview Play is the free-to-air digital TV service's connected platform which will offer the ability to access catch-up content through a... >>

Panasonic enters curved TV market: Viera CR850 heads-up 4K LED range for 2015

Panasonic enters curved TV market: Viera CR850 heads-up 4K LED range for 2015

By 23 February 2015

Panasonic has been behind the curve when it comes to curved TVs (terrible pun intended), only teasing a 4K prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015. Now, at its annual company press conference, that model has been given a production name: the Viera... >>

Panasonic is working on a VR headset and even showed off a prototype already

Panasonic is working on a VR headset and even showed off a prototype already

By 13 February 2015

Panasonic is now getting into virtual reality. At a recent event in Japan, the Japan-based company unveiled a prototype of early VR goggles. Judging from pictures, the prototype looks easier to wear than Oculus VR's Oculus Rift but not as refined as Samsung's... >>

DJI supports Micro Four Thirds: Drones could let you fly any lens you want

DJI supports Micro Four Thirds: Drones could let you fly any lens you want

By 13 February 2015

DJI has announced that it will be supporting the Micro Four Thirds system. This suggests a new drone from DJI may soon arrive allowing you to swap out lenses for flight. DJI has a history of supporting camera enthusiasts in aerial shots, without charging... >>

Panasonic Lumix GF7 review: Serious, but not just about selfies
4 out of 5

Panasonic Lumix GF7 review: Serious, but not just about selfies

By 10 February 2015

Welcome to generation selfie. The Panasonic Lumix GF7 is the follow-up to 2013's GF6, complete with flip-forward screen for taking those delightfully pouty shots. And if that premise hasn't got you hooked then fear not - as the latest in the entry-level... >>