Panasonic’s updated Lumix lineup was recently announced, and now that the release window (late March) is near, we’ve got a look at the pricing and a little refresh on what you can expect from the cameras.
The Lumix ZS10 is the new addition to Panasonic’s ZS-series. The upgrade has a 3-inch LCD touchscreen, as well as features like GPS and geotagging, 3D, and share-integration are also included to round out the camera. Of course, you also get built-in editors and filters that give you a pretty inclusive digital camera that will still fit in your pocket for $399.99.
Panasonic’s new tough camera the Lumix DMC-TS3 will cost $399.99 and best its previous durable digicams. The upgrade has GPS (which allows for auto-time zone adjustment) and has improved its waterproof, shockproof, and freezeproof functions. It also includes 3D and auto-upload.
The Lumix FX78 is Panasonic’s incredibly slim, ultra-wide angel camera. It’s ideal for poorly lit settings and of course includes extras like a touchscreen, 3D, in-camera editing, and integrated auto-upload. It will cost $349.99.