There are many new micro four-thirds digital cameras on the market today. These cameras have interchangeable lenses and image quality and manual options like you find in a DSLR. The four-thirds cameras lack the DSLR mirror box making them much smaller than a DSLR. That is good for mobility, but most of the cameras cost more than a DSLR, which makes them out of reach for some users.
Panasonic has a bunch of micro four-thirds cameras on the market and the company has now unveiled its first micro four-thirds interchangeable lens camcorder. The camcorder is called the AG-AF105 and it can record in HD resolution. The camera provides wide-angle image recording and supports 1080p 50i and 60i. The interchangeable lenses allow the user to customize the lens to the environment and their needs.
Storing of video the camera records is to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards and the camera has a HDMI output for viewing movies directly on a big screen. The camera has a LCD with a resolution of 852 x 480 and the camera measures in at 163.4 x 209.4 x 195mm and weighs 1.2kg.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:19 am CDT
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