Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 Has 1080p Video Recording At 24 FPS

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 camera has recently been unveiled.  The last model of this camera line is called the Lumix DMC-G1 and it was revealed to be the first Micro Four Thirds camera on the market.  What is Micro Four Thirds?   Micro Four Thirds was created out of a partnership between Olympus and Panasonic for digital camera design and development.  Micro Four Thirds is a standard design of interchangeable lenses and compact cameras.  The new Lumix DMC-GH1 can record video at 1080p at 24fps or 720p at 60fps.  The camera has AVCHD format.  The camera has 12.1 megapixels.

“Photographers of all levels – professionals, amateurs and beginners – will be stunned by the range of creative possibilities that the LUMIX GH1 creates in the world of high-quality photography and HD video.  Users will be equally amazed by the camera’s easy-to-use design and small size,” stated David Briganti, National Marketing Manager of Imaging at Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company.  “Beyond its creative potential, the LUMIX GH1, a sister product to the award-winning LUMIX G1, is also innovative and differentiates itself from the pack by recording High Definition video with continuous AF, an indispensable feature for practical video recording.”

[via Engadget / Panasonic PR]

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