Panasonic FZ300 is the rumored bridge camera model appeared in a registration back in May, 2015. Now more details has been leaked on the web for the upcoming digital camera.
According to Panasonic rumors, the company will release the FZ300 bridge camera in September. The FZ300 or the FZ1000 MKII said to feature Sony 4/3 sensor and a 24-400mm Leica lens as well as 4K video recording capability.
The rumor mill also claims that the price of the Panasonic FZ300 will be $1499.
Panasonic FZ300 Rumored Specs: Sony 4/3 sensor, 4K Video and 24-400mm Leica lens
Panasonic already registered the Lumix G7, Lumix GX8, and the superzoom bridge camera Lumix FZ300 means that all these products will definitely come packed with built-in WiFi.
The upcoming FZ300 supposed to be a bridge camera placed below the FZ1000. But according to the amazing specs below it is going to be a FZ1000 Mark II model. The superzoom digital camera is a definite Sony RX10 competitor.
Panasonic FZ300 Rumored Specifications
- Sony 4/3 sensor
- 24-400mm Leica-branded lens
- F1.8 to F4 aperture, with F1.8 up to 30mm, and at 200mm F 2.8
- Microphone input
- 4K video full sensor readout clean (no crop)
- Capacitive touchscreen
- Articulating LCD with 2.36m EVF
- The price will be $1499 USD
Panasonic FZ1000 features a 20.1 megapixel 1-inch MOS sensor, 16x optical zoom lens which has an F2.8-4.0 aperture range, 0.09 second auto-focusing speed, a 2,359k OLED Live View Finder (LVF) and a 3-inch 921-K dot LCD display.