Digicame Info claims to have unearthed pictures and specs of the new PanasonicGX7—and if accurate, it offers specs that beat current flagship the GH-3, for less money.
According to Digicame Info, the camera packs a 16-megapixel sensor, 2.76 million dot electronic viewfinder that can be tilted 90 degrees, in-body image stabilization, and 1/8000th of a second shutter speed. All that beats the $1,500 GH-3, which is the current flagship. Elsewhere, Digicame Info claims the new camera will offer a 25,600 max ISO, silent mode shooting, NFC, WiFi, focus peaking, an 80-degree tiltable LCD and full HD, and 60 fps video.
There's also a rumors floating around that the camera will cost around €1,000 in Europe—which would be $1,325 (or lower!) in the US. Of course, a sizeable pinch of salt is required—as there's absolutely no official word on the existence, pricing or availability of the device. But if the leak is accurate, this thing could be worth waiting for. [Digicame Info via 43 Rumors]