Panasonic - Lumix G Mirrorless Camera with 12-32mm Lens - Black/Silver
- Model: DMC-GF7KP
- SKU: 4032131
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- Lumix G Mirrorless Camera
- 12-32mm lens
- 7.2V lithium-ion battery pack (680 mAh), charger
- Owner's manual
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Captures high resolution images at up to 4592 x 3448 pixels resolution.
To help you get started. Micro Four Thirds mount enables attachment of other lenses (not included).
Tilts 180° and offers static touch control for simple selfies.
Records in up to 1920 x 1080p resolution at up to 60 fps to allow you to create quality footage with ease.
Burst shooting mode lets you take 7 RAW photos or unlimited consecutive shooting in JPEG format; up to 39 consecutive photos in SH mode.
Offers improved image capture in low lighting.
With 1-area and 23-area options, face and eye detection and single, flexible, continuous and MF modes delivers enhanced image clarity.
With multiple, center-weighted and zone metering options, AE lock and AE bracketing capability.
Illuminates dark areas for improved images.
Include sepia, miniature effect, toy pop, fantasy, star filter, high dynamic, impressive art, cross process, expressive, retro, old days, high or low key, monochrome, dynamic, rough and silky monochrome, soft focus and more.
Makes it easy to share photos and directly upload images to social media using the Panasonic Image App (not included, download required) on your smartphone or tablet.
Supports SD, SDHC and SDXC formats. Store more photos! Find compatible memory cards in our Memory Card Finder.
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