Panasonic Full Frame Mirrorless Camera is rumored to feature a new lens mount. Panasonic full-frame mirrorless camera, which has a striking effect on the agenda, is expected to be introduced on September 25th.
As you might familiar with the Micro Four Thirds system is a standard released by Olympus and Panasonic in 2008. Now after ten years Panasonic is on the verge to announce their first full frame mirrorless system.
According to recent talks, the Panasonic full frame mirrorless camera may use a new lens mount instead of previously rumored Leica SL mount. So we will probably see several new lenses announced along with Panasonic full frame mirrorless camera.
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Panasonic Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Rumored to Feature a New Lens Mount
There is not much information about Panasonic’s new system yet, while there are details about features and product images about Nikon and Canon full-frame mirrorless cameras like Nikon Z7 and Canon EOS R.
So far, we know about Panasonic’s full-frame mirrorless camera, that it will use a completely unique lens mount system, and the sensor will not be manufactured by Sony. So it will not be a Sony’s full frame CMOS sensor.
Panasonic Full Frame Mirrorless Camera will be officially announced on September 25th, 2018, just ahead of Photokina. This might be a development announcement as the release date is scheduled for March 2019.
One big question will Olympus join this new system like MFT? Stay tuned with us for more information.
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