The latest Micro Four Thirds camera has the fastest AF of any predecessor.
Imaging: 12.1MP effective, live MOS Four Thirds sensor captures images at 4000x3000 pixels with 12 bits/color in RAW mode. Storage: SD/SDHC cards. Stores JPEG, RAW, RAW + JPEG.
Burst Rate: Full-sized JPEGs (extra Fine mode), up to card capacity at 3 fps; RAW, up to 7 shots at 3 fps.
AF System: TTL contrast detection with 23 focus areas and adjustable size single-area focusing. Face detection, single-shot, and continuous AF.
Shutter Speeds: 1/4000 to 60 sec plus B (1/3-EV increments).
Metering: TTL metering with 144-zone intelligent Multiple (a.k.a., evaluative), centerweighted, and spotmetering. EV 0-18 (at ISO 100).
ISO Range: ISO 100-3200 (in 1/3-, 1/2-, or 1-EV increments).
Video: records up to 1280x720 pixels at up to 60 fps in AVCHD lite format or up to 30 fps in Motion JPEG format; built-in mono microphone; stereo minijack input.
Flash: Built-in pop-up flash GN 20 (in feet at ISO 100). Supports TTL autoflash with Panasonic lumix flashes; X-sync at 1/160 sec.
LCD: Fixed 3-in. TFT screen with 460,000-dot resolution.
Output: Hi-Speed USB 2.0, HDMI (mini-type) video, NTSC/PAL composite. PictBridge compatible.
Battery: rechargeable DMWBlB13E Li-ion; CIPA rating, 350 shots.
Size/weight: 4.7x2.8x1.4 in., 0.65 lb with card and battery.
Street Price: $900 with Lumix G Vario 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6 Mega O.I.S. lens or with Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 lens.