At the Photokina show in Cologne, Germany, Panasonic unveiled a new update to their Lumix line of cameras, bringing with them a set of new features.
The first of the set is the new Lumix G85, which features a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, 5-axis image stabilisation, 4K video capture capabilities, and all in a bigger and more rugged body that is both splash and dust resistant.
It also features a 2.36-million dot OLED electronic viewfinder and a 3-inch LCD touchscreen on the back that flips and spins.
It will be available in the US from October for $899 for the body-only model, or with a 12-60mm kit lens for $999.
Next up is the Lumix LX10, which features an all metal body, a 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor, and 5-axis image stabilisation.
Panasonic says that it is basically the LX7 on steroids, featuring a new lens that ranges from 24-72mm and features a variable aperture of f1.4-f2.8.
It can also shoot 4K video at 30fps and 1080p at 120fps, with a 3-inch, 1-million dot LCD touchscreen that is capable of tilting out 180 degrees.
The LX10 will be available in the US in November for $699.
The last new Lumix camera from Panasonic is the Lumix FZ2500, which has been built to please the professional.
It features a 20-megapixel 1-inch sensor, a 35mm equivalent range of 24-480mm, a 20x optical zoom, and a variable aperture of f2.8-f4.5.
It will also feature 16 lens elements, the capability of shooting 4K video at 30fps, and it can shoot stills at up to 12 frames per second.
On the back, there is a 2.36-million dot OLED viewfinder and a 3-inch 1-million dot tilting touchscreen.
The FZ2500 will be available in the US in December for $1,199.