Panasonic announced updates to its FX point-and-shoot digital cameras today, sprucing up the flagship of the line by giving it a new lens. The Lumix DMC-FX30, which it calls the world slimmest digital camera, now has a 28mm-100mm (35mm equivalent) wide-angle Leica lens with a 3.6x zoom, and also has Panasonic's optical image stabilizer and intelligent ISO control that speeds things up when things get dark.
That's some nice glass on that camera, letting you move way back for the big picture. It ships next month for $349.
Panasonic FX30 [Digital Photography Review]