Pansonics's mirrorless selfie digital camera fixes your flaws

Pansonics's mirrorless selfie camera fixes your flaws

To get the absolute best footage — of your self — you can do worse than Panasonic’s newest Lumix, the GF8. With a sixteen-megapixel sensor and flip-round display, the mirrorless digital camera will definitely take much better footage of you (and different stuff) than a smartphone. The disadvantage of placing an interchangeable-lens digital camera subsequent to your face is that it additionally highlights your flaws, so Panasonic has launched “Magnificence Retouch” mode for selfies. In its personal phrases, the function “allows customers –- particularly ladies — to shoot portraits extra attractively with its Mushy Pores and skin, Defocusing and Slimming results.”

In case you’re as useless as Panasonic supposes, you will additionally recognize the fake-leather-based-wrapped physique and selection of brown, silver, pink or orange colours. It ought to make a superb strolling-round digital camera too, because of the small measurement, WiFi smartphone connectivity, 5.8fps capturing velocity and 1080p/60fps film capturing. Aside from the re-touching options, it is little modified over the earlier GF7 mannequin, in order that should imply there’s extra demand for a chichi, excessive-efficiency selfie digital camera than we figured. There isn’t any phrase but on pricing or availability.

Pansonics's mirrorless selfie camera fixes your flaws

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