After passing by Taiwan’s WiFi certification tests, Panasonic’s latest interchangeable lens camera has broken cover over at TechRadar. The leak has given us the first glimpse at the Lumix GF6’s full spec list, which include the same 16-megapixel sensor as the GX1, a new Venus engine to assist with imaging performance, an electrostatic touchscreen and (in a first for ILCs) built-in NFC . Better still, the team had some time to play with the camera, which has shown itself almost precisely 12 months after the last GF iteration. The camera apparently tries to straddle the gap between compact point-and-shoots and the more technical world of mirrorless and DSLR shooters with a new mode dial on top and a more responsive touchscreen. In addition to NFC, there’s even built-in WiFi to aid image sharing — although we can only share the original article through the magic of Google cache — take a peek at the source below. No word on a specific release date in the leak, although the UK’s £449 price tag (which includes a new 14-42mm kit lens) should translate to around $680 on the other side of the Atlantic.
(Update: At TechRadar’s request, we’ve taken down the image of the GF6)
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