The Panasonic GH2 was one of the most well-regarded video shooting bodies around, so they decided to embrace that multi-media camera label and give the GH3 prowess for both stills and video. This $1,300 body has a 16.05 Live MOS sensor that's capable of smooth 1080p video at 60 fps. That's on par with or beats most high-end DSLRs at the moment. It's also a tougher body, so it can take a beating. We had some hands-on time with it at the show and we're looking forward to getting it in our lab.