The Panasonic DC-LX100 II is an enthusiast compact with a 17MP Four Thirds sensor that allows the camera to maintain the same field-of-view at 16:9, 3:2 and 4:3 aspect ratios. The LX100 II uses the same 24-75mm equivalent F1.7-2.8 Leica DC lens as shares the same design, including dials for shutter speed and exposure compensation, plus a ring for adjusting the aperture. A custom control ring can also be found around the lens. The LX100 II has a 1.24M-dot touchscreen LCD and 2.76M-dot equivalent electronic viewfinder.
The Lumix DC-ZS70 (TZ90 outside of North America) is a compact travel zoom with a 30X, 24-720mm equivalent lens. It sports a 20.3MP BSI CMOS sensor, the company's latest Venus Engine processor, improved Depth-from-Defocus autofocus technology and 4K/UHD video recording.
The Panasonic Lumix FZ80 brings 4K video and 4K Photo capabilities to the budget superzoom segment, combining the high-resolution video modes with its 20-1200mm equivalent (60X) zoom and 18.1MP 1/2.3"-type BSI-CMOS sensor. It also features a a 1,040K-dot touch screen on the back, and a 0.2-inch 1,170K-dot (equivalent) EVF.
A 1/5.8” BSI MOS sensor in the HC-V180 delivers Full 1080p HD video recording and up to 10 megapixel still photos. The advanced sensor features improved low-light sensitivity, delivering bright images and movies. It works well when shooting in low light environments such as indoors or at night, producing natural looking results with minimum noise.
The Lumix DMC-LX100 is the long-awaited followup to Panasonic's LX7. The sensor size has made a huge leap, from 1/1.7" to Four Thirds, which promises much better image quality and low light performance. As with its predecessors, the LX100 can shoot at four different aspect ratios, keeping the field-of-view intact.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 is a tiny Micro Four Thirds camera that can literally fit in the palm of your hand. It's an updated version of the GM1, with the addition of an electronic viewfinder being the major change. Other features include a 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor, 3-inch touchscreen LCD, a wide selection of manual controls and creative features, 1080/60p movie recording, and built-in Wi-Fi.
The LUMIX DMC-LZ40 provides a new shooting style with a powerful 42x optical zoom lens and 20-megapixel high-resolution sensor. It also features Creative mode with 15 filters and P / M modes for more creative shooting.
The Lumix DMC-ZS35 (TZ55 outside of North America) is a compact travel zoom camera with a 20X, 24-480mm equiv. lens and 16 megapixel 'high sensitivity' MOS sensor. Its 3-inch (460k dot) LCD can flip upward by 180 degrees for self-portraits. The camera can shoot continuously at 10 fps, and can also record Full HD video at 1080/30p. Built-in Wi-Fi allows for remote control of the camera, as well as photo sharing.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 was announced October 2013, as Panasonic's "pocketable", Micro Four Thirds compact mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. It features the same sensor as the GX7, AF detection range of -4 - 18 EV, focus peaking mode, and an electronic shutter with speeds ranging from 60 - 1/16,000 sec.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 announced in August 2013, is a Micro Four Thirds compact mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Panasonic's first Micro Four Thirds camera featuring a built-in in body stabilization system (IBIS) and has built-in EVF (not optional anymore).
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 is a Micro Four Thirds system camera made by Panasonic Lumix. The highest-resolution pictures it can record is 16.05 megapixels and the sensor is a Live MOS. The camera is not a direct replacement of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5, but set in between the G5 and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 is a digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (MILC) manufactured by Panasonic. It is the successor to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 and was announced in September 2012 at Photokina.