About a week ago, we reported that alleged specs of the Panasonic Lumix GH3 were revealed, some of which included a new 16MP “Wide dynamic range” CMOS sensor, a new Venus 7 engine, WiFi with remote control abilities via iOS and Android devices and a slightly bigger build compared to its predecessor, the GH2. While those specs have yet to be confirmed, a new YouTube video has popped up online and appears to have been uploaded by Panasonic themselves which basically shows off some of the sample photos that were taken by the camera. We’re not sure if this is a leak as the YouTube video is still up there (at least for the moment), so perhaps it was meant as a teaser to whet our appetites for when the camera will be revealed (hopefully) in full at Photokina next week. In the meantime, what do you guys think? Is the GH3 the upgrade to the GH2 you’ve been waiting for?
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