Panasonic certainly knows what to do to attract your attention, where the company has just rolled out its Lumix FX90 digital camera that offers Wi-Fi connectivity right from the get go – making sure you are able to upload photos to your home network without the need for any cables, but of course this comes at a very small expense – that of your camera’s battery life, but it is a small price to pay no matter how you look at it for the added level of convenience.

Just what else does the Panasonic Lumix FX90 bring to the table? For starters, how about a 24mm ultra-wide LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMARIT lens with F2.5 brightness? Not only that, you will also be able to take advantage of LUMIX CLUB, a cloud-based service which can be accessed by a smartphone and a computer browser, letting you upload your images snapped using this camera to Facebook, Flickr, Picasa or YouTube.

Other hardware specifications include a 3″ LCD display with Smart Touch technology, leaving you with less buttons and dials to fumble around with. Shooting 12.1-megapixel stills and Full HD videos, all media will be stashed away on a SDHC memory card. No idea on how much the Panasonic Lumix FX90 will cost when it arrives, but it shouldn’t be too much of a burden on your budget since this falls under the compact digital camera category. [Press Release]

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