The 20MP DMC-ZS100, with its 1-inch CMOS sensor, 25-250mm f/2.8-5.9 Leica DC zoom lens, and 5-axis hybrid stabilization is likely the more interesting of the two new compacts. It uses the same sensor of the company’s FZ1000, can capture 4K video, and tops out at a sensitivity of ISO 12,800. The 4K Photo function lets you grab an 8MP image from 4K video, while the Post Focus function captures 4K while shifting focus so you can pick the focus point you like the best, or choose multiple. The camera also boasts a 3-inch, 1,040,000-dot touch screen, 5fps bursts with AF at full resolution, in-camera RAW processing, Wi-Fi, and a 1,166,000-dot EVF. Expect the ZS100 to hit stores at the end of March for $700.