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Big rumor: Panasonic revives the L1 and makes a hell of a MFT camera out of it!

Panasonic is close to launch the first MFT camera with built-in titlable EVF in the corner. It will also have that cool Panasonic L1-LC1 design (they were FT mount cameras). And it doesn’t stop hear. They will also match one of the features that was a unique feature from Olympus…in body stabilization! Basically Panasonic put all most requested features in one single package. The camera will also feature a brand new 18 Megapixel sensor (highest resolution sensor of any MFT camera). The camera is going to be announced in mid-late August and I am sure it will sell like hotcakes!

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