Imaging: 16.0MP effective, Four Thirds-sized, LiveMOS sensor captures images at 4592x3448 pixels with 12 bits/color in RAW mode.
Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC. Stores JPEG, RW2 RAW, RAW + JPEG, and MPO (with optional 3D lens) files.
Video: Up to 1920x1080 pixels at 60i fps in AVCHD format with 17 Mbps average bit rate or up to 1280x720 pixels at 30p fps in Motion JPEG format; built-in stereo mic, no mic input; contrast detection AF with continuous AF.
Burst Rate: Full-sized JPEGs (Fine mode): 4 fps up to card capacity. RAW (12-bit): 4 fps up to 7 shots.
AF system: TTL contrast detection with 23 focus areas. Single-shot and continuous AF with tracking and face detection.
Shutter speeds: 1/4000 to 30 sec, plus B (1/3-EV increments). Shutter life not rated.
Metering: TTL metering using 144-zone multi-pattern with Intelligent Multiple (evaluative), centerweighted, and spotmetering; 0–18 EV (at ISO 100, f/2).
ISO range: ISO 160–6400 (in 1/3- or 1-EV increments).
Flash: Built-in pop-up with TTL autoflash, GN 35 (ISO 100, feet), covers field of view of 14mm lens; flash sync to 1/160 sec; dedicated Panasonic hot-shoe.
EVF: Fixed eye-level LCD with 1.44 million-dot equivalent resolution, 100% accuracy, and 1.4X (0.7X 35mm equivalent) magnification.
LCD: Tilting, swiveling 3-in. TFT touchscreen with 460,000-dot resolution.
Output: Hi-Speed USB 2.0, mini HDMI video, composite video.
Battery: Rechargeable DMW-BLD10PP Li-ion, CIPA rating, 270 shots with 14–42mm kit lens, 250 shots with 42–200mm optional zoom lens.
Size/weight: 4.5x3.3x1.8 in., 0.84 lb with a card and battery.
Street price: $600, body only; $700 with G Vario 14–42mm f/3.5–5.6 Mega OIS zoom lens.