The CM1 is an Android smartphone with optics on par with high-end point and shoots. It shoots 4k video, has a 1″ 20mp image sensor, an f/2.8 Leica lens, a mechanical shutter, and a manual focus ring. Drops in Europe first for ~$1,200.
The GH3 is a beefy micro four-thirds camera. It has a sealed magnesium alloy frame, 16mp MOS sensor, OLED viewfinder and 3″ touchscreen monitor, electronic shutter and Wi-Fi connectivity.
A micro 4/3 cam with interchangeable lenses, 16MP stills, 1080p video and 20fps (4MP) continuous shooting. Up to ISO 12800 for great night images. An accelerometer even ensures level shots.
The Panasonic BF-AL01K LED Lantern is waterproof and can illuminate a whole room. Lasts up to 70 hours of continuous use on three AA batteries. Panasonic Evolta batteries included.
Panasonic’s LUMIX DMC-TS3 camera is equipped with GPS and compass and features 3D Photo mode; it creates images by taking 20 consecutive photos and overlaying the 2 best for the final shot.
Panasonic’s latest micro 4/3 camera has the fastest autofocus among interchangeable lens models at just 1/10th of a second. It is also compatible with the world’s first 3D interchangeable lens.
If you need a laptop that you can beat the crap out of, check out Panasonic’s S9, with its magnesium alloy case, it can handle 220 pounds of pressure on its lid, dirt, dust and drops. And it weighs just 3 lbs.
This micro four-thirds camcorder is for serious video pros, with interchangeable lenses and a mirrorless design. It shoots full HD at 1080/60i or 1080/30p, and stores up to 12 hours of video.
The Big P’s latest digicam features an ultra wide-angle 28mm F2.0 Leica lens, a high-sensitivity 10.1-megapixel CCD, and a hi-res 3-inch LCD. Shoots 720p HD video in AVCHD Lite mode too.