Articles about Panasonic (page 3)

Panasonic’s PaN Introduces A Shared Camera Service For Selfies
[CEATEC 2016] How many photos have you see of people where they’ve tried to “hold up” the Leaning Tower of Pisa? Or how many photos have you seen of people taken below the Eiffel Tower? Too many? We suppose sometimes it can get pretty repetitive, but if you’re looking for interesting angles for selfies, Panasonic has you covered.

Panasonic’s 3D Actuator Combines Stabilizing & Tracking Tech
[CEATEC 2016] Camera shake is probably one of the more annoying things that photographers have to deal with as this can result in perfectly composed photos being ruined due to a bit of blur. We suppose this is where the likes of image stabilizing technology comes into play, but what if you wanted to stabilize and track images at the same time?

Panasonic’s Wireless & Batteryless Switch Turns Everything On At Once
[CEATEC 2016] We’re sure this has happened to all of us. We enter a room and because the switches to various electronic appliances are scattered everywhere, we have to move to different parts of the room to turn things on. Panasonic wants to solve that inefficiency and has created a wireless and batteryless switch.

Panasonic Has A Smart Mirror That Can Point Out Your Flaws
[CEATEC 2016] The idea of a smart mirror/interactive mirror has come up before, and it looks like Panasonic has one of their own that they’re showing off at CEATEC 2016 in Japan this year. However unlike other smart mirrors which are usually act as some kind of notification hub for the weather, upcoming meetings, news, and more, Panasonic has a different approach.

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Panasonic’s Transparent TVs Are Back, More See-Through Than Ever
[CEATEC 2016] Earlier this year you might recall that Panasonic showed off a new concept TV that is transparent. The idea of this design is so that instead of a gadget that sits in your living room taking up a lot of space, you could blend this TV into existing furniture so that space can be utilized more efficiently.

Panasonic Unveils A Bendable, Twistable, Flexible Li-Ion Battery
[CEATEC 2016] The reason why they say you should not bend your electronic devices like your phone or tablet is because A) it will destroy it, and B) bending a li-ion battery is not smart as it could lead to it exploding. However Panasonic might have come up with a solution to that by creating li-ion batteries that can be bent, twisted, and is completely flexible.

Panasonic Lumix G80 Mirrorless Camera Launched
Mirrorless cameras are a great alternative to DSLRs, namely because for the most part they tend to be smaller and more compact, meaning that taking a mirrorless camera with you on holiday is lot more convenient, unless there are certain features that only DSLR cameras have, or if maybe you’ve already amassed a collection of DSLR lenses.

Panasonic Unveils The Lumix LX15 Compact Camera
While our smartphones are pretty good these days at snapping photos, sometimes it’s really quite hard to beat a dedicated system. This is namely because for the most part, the tiny sensors and lenses on our smartphones isn’t quite on the level of the larger sensors and lenses found on actual cameras.

Sony And Panasonic Set Sights On 2020 Olympics For 8K TVs
If you didn’t know where the next Olympics will take place then you certainly would have found out when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appeared at the closing ceremony in Rio last week dressed as Mario. The country’s biggest tech companies have now set their sights on the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo to properly commercialize 8K TVs.

Panasonic Rugged Toughpad FZ-G1 Tablet Gets Even Better
If you’re in the market for a very tough and rugged tablet then Panasonic has got you covered. It has already released multiple iterations of the Toughpad FZ-G1 and has today announced the fourth-generation FZ-G1. The new model brings better performance and communication capabilities as well as enhanced battery life coupled with Windows 10 Pro OS.

Apple Adds RAW Support To OS X For 15 DSLR Cameras
For professional photographers, shooting in RAW during an assignment is almost always the standard operating procedure. For those who aren’t professionals, the reason for shooting in RAW is that it doesn’t get processed by the camera’s image processing engine, meaning that the image captured isn’t compressed or filtered.

Panasonic Lumix GX85 Mirrorless Camera Launched
If you’re in the market for a new mirrorless camera, you are probably pretty spoilt for choice. The good news is that if you were looking for newer offerings, you’re in luck as Panasonic has officially announced the Lumix GX85. This is the company’s latest mirrorless camera offering and it is expected to be made available mid-May in the US for $800.

Panasonic Unveils Induction Oven The Size Of A Microwave Oven
Induction ovens can get pretty big, which means that if you’re looking to use one in your home, you best make sure your kitchen is big enough to fit one. However if your kitchen is small but you still want an induction oven, you will be pleased to learn that Panasonic has recently taken the wraps off their latest induction oven.

Panasonic Unveils $1,500 Smartphone
Panasonic might not necessarily be the name that comes to mind when it comes to smartphones, but the company has recently outed a device at MWC 2016 in the form of the Panasonic FZ-N1, a smartphone that will set customers back a whopping $1,500, but definitely not for the reasons you might think.

Panasonic Lumix GF8 Is Aimed At The Selfie Lover
If you love taking selfies, and high-quality ones at that, you might be interested in checking out Panasonic’s latest camera in the form of the Lumix GF8. This is the company’s latest camera and it comes with certain features that seemed to be aimed at users who love capturing selfies on their cameras.

Android-Powered Panasonic Lumix CM10 Camera Launched
A couple of years ago, you might recall that Panasonic had attempted to do what Samsung did, which was launch a smartphone with a high-powered camera in the form of the Lumix CM1. Safe to say that neither the phone nor the camera made quite a splash, except for at the start where it was an interesting creation.

Panasonic Thinks The Future Involves See-Through TVs
The placements of TVs are pretty standard. In the living room, mounted on a wall, in your bedroom, and so on. However what if you could place TVs in more unconventional places without it being an eyesore? What if you could have your TV double up as a display case for when you need one?Turns out the folks at Panasonic have just what you need. During CES 2016 last week, […]

Panasonic Debut Lumix DMC-ZS60 Travel Camera
[CES 2016] While some might prefer lugging around a DSLR and a bag full of lenses on holiday, others might not. In fact there are probably many professional photographers out there who have themselves a compact camera that they use on holiday, since really at the end of the day it’s not what gear you have, but how you use it, right?That being said if you’d like a compact camera […]

Technics Grand Glass SL-1200GAE Turntable Unveiled
[CES 2016] Old is gold, which is why Panasonic has decided that they will revive the Technics brand last year, and with the promise that a new turntable is set to arrive. Well, Panasonic certainly stays true to their word, having rolled out the new Technics Grand Class SL-1200GAE. What makes this particular turntable so special is the very fact that it will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Technics […]

Panasonic Does City NOW Solutions
[CES 2016] Panasonic wants the whole world to end up smarter than ever before, and in order to do this, they have capitalized on the Internet of Things (IoT) in order to make sure that whatever devices that can be connected online, should be connected. At their CES Press Day today, Panasonic explored the idea of a smart city – that of City NOW, which is pretty much in line […]