Panasonic may not have dedicated much time to its 2013 Lumix and WiFi camcorder lineup in its CES 2013 press conference, but we're going to break it down for you.
- The HC-X920, HC-V720 and HC-V520 comes with built-in Wifi, a level shot function and real-time broadcasting, letting you relay the images straight to a smartphone.
- The HC-V210 and V210M have 72x optical zoom, optical image stabilization and a F/1.8 lens.
On the Lumix side, it's announcing the Lumix DMC-TS5, a ruggedized model with a 16.1 megapixel sensor that can dive to depths of 43 feet and is shockproof from a height of 6.6 feet.
- The LZ30 bridge camera has a 35x optical zoom and a 35mm lens
- The XS1 has a 14mm thick body and a 14.-4 megapixel sensor.
- The ZS30 has an 18.1-megapixel sensor, 20x optical Zoom and integrated WiFi and NFC.
The company is also shuttling out a GoPro rival in the form of the HX-A100 wearable HD camcorder, which we'll try to get our greasy mitts upon to show you more.
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