Following a leak of the camera earlier this week, Panasonic has today officially revealed their latest camera to hit the shelves, the Lumix GX7, which was unveiled as the replacement for the Lumix GX1.

Packing a new 16 megapixel sensor, Panasonic say it is far beyond anything they have launched before, going as far to say that it can compare with an APS-C or even DSLR sensor, with good low-light performance.

Also making use of the new Venus processing engine, the GX7 features a retro design, with 22 Instagram style filters, a 1/8000 second max shutter speed, 2760k-dot viewfinder and pinpoint AF/ stop-motion video capture.

The Panasonic Lumix GX7 will be priced at £819 for the body-only, and £899 for the camera with a standard 14-42mm lens, or even a kit which includes a 20mm f/1.7 lens.

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