Come 9th of April, word has it that Panasonic could be taking the wraps off two new cameras – the GF6 and the G6. Both cameras are expected to take advantage of the 16MP sensor found on the GX1 and will come with features such as improved AF, a faster processor and an articulated screen for the GF6 model. However apart from that, not much else is known about either device, until recently when a recent filing with the Taiwan National Communications Commission revealed that the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 will come with built-in WiFi capabilities.
What this means for photographers is that they will be able to transfer photos from their camera to a mobile device, like a smartphone or tablet, or a computer without the need for cables, making it handy while moving about snapping photos and not having to run back to hook it up. We’re not sure if this feature will extend to the G6, so we guess we will have to wait and see.
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