Panasonic has officially launched its Lumix Life exhibition yesterday. The exhibition is currently being held at the Global Gallery in Paddington and will run until October 10, 2009.
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|The Lumix Life exhibition as seen from the webcam stream.|
“We have received well over 1,800 photos and I’ve been taken by surprise by the creativity and passion of the photographic community,” says Reid.
A new exhibition, featuring a collection of 10 images will be hosted every few hours during the gallery’s opening hours. Each exhibition will be displayed on a Panasonic Full High Definition Commercial Plasma Display Panel, to ensure the images are magnificently presented. If the exhibitor cannot make it to Sydney, he/she can observe the gallery via the use of webcam during the Lumix Life Season.
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|The new GF-1|
This ‘world’s smallest and lightest system camera with a built-in flash’ sports a thin body and claims to provide the versatility of capturing vivid still images, and shooting outstanding High Definition (HD) video with AVCHD Lite recording.
“Now you can have DSLR quality shots with the ease-of-use of a point-and-shoot camera. This will be a good camera for both experienced and new photographers,” says Reid.
Panasonic’s Product Manager, Lumix Digital Still Cameras, Tanya Mudge said, “The DMC-GF1 is designed in line with the G Series philosophy of delivering SLR image quality with the ease of use of a compact camera. The camera has appeal to users at all levels of photographic expertise – giving you the power to be as creative as you wish in still and video capture, while offering Intelligent Auto (iA) modes that make it simple to aim, compose and shoot.”
The black LUMIX DMC-GF1 will be available in Australia in October, priced at $1649rrp with a kit lens included.