LUMIX DMC-L1: Panasonic's First D-SLR Camera With Interchangeable Lens
Panasonic announced its first interchangeable-lens digital SLR camera, the LUMIX DMC-L1 - together with LEICA D VARIO-ELMARIT 14-50mm/F2.8-3.5 lens.
DMC-L1 offers features such as Live View function through the 2.5" 207,000-pixel LCD. The Live View is made possible by the new Live MOS sensor, developed using Panasonic's Maicovicon technology. The DMC-L1 features the 4/3-type Live MOS sensor with 7.5 million pixels. The DMC-L1 also incorporates the Venus Engine III image processing LSI and Supersonic Wave Filter that serves as a dust reduction system.
The DMC-L1 features a shutter speed dial on top of the camera body. The aforementioned LEICA D VARIO-ELMARIT 14-50mm/F2.8-3.5 lens is equipped with an aperture ring, in addition to a focus ring and zoom ring, for easy, direct aperture setting.
Like all LUMIX models, the DMC-L1 is compatible with the SD Memory Card. It also is compatible with the mass-storage SD standard based on FAT32, including the upcoming super-high-capacity SD Memory Cards of more than 2GB (SDHC).
Source: Panasonic, photos from Letsgodigital
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