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Panasonic has announced the the LUMIX DMC-ZS20, the “world’s slimmest” 20x digital camera. Featuring a 24mm wide angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens, the 14.1-megapixel LUMiX ZS20 geotags captured shots with a built-in GPS functionality that features detailed map information (country, state, city, nearby landmarks). The camera also features burst shooting at 10fps and records full 1080p HD video.
The LUMIX DMC-ZS20 will be available in March for $349.99.
Ricoh today announced the RICOH LENS A16 24-85mm F3.5-5.5, which is a newly developed unit for the company’s unique GXR interchangeable unit camera system. First launched in 2009, Ricoh explains the system as such: “the GXR is a revolutionary interchangeable unit camera system in which lenses can be changed by mounting camera units that integrate lens, image sensor, and image processing engine into a single unit.”
The newly developed 24-85mm wide angle zoom lens with an APS-C size 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor features nine rounded aperture blades so you can capture beautiful bokeh; an ISO bracketing function so you can shoot three simultaneous images with three different ISO sensitivities; and a feature that allows copyright information such as the photographer’s name to be entered and written to the image Exif data. More from Ricoh here.