I've listened it a thousand times, you have a growing love for photography and are commonplace of point-and-shoot limitations, possibly you're appearing for a dSLR, but easy not ready to trade the slim size of pocket sized cameras for the bulk of something full-characteristics. For you, dear shutterbugs, I extend up Micro Four Thirds camera systems, they've got the tractableness of the dSLR in terms of standardized lenses (of which there are many) in the littler body of a larger point-and-shoot.
Panasonic's new G-series Micro Four Thirds camera was declared today, the DMC-GF5 its compact, lightweight body with a constructed-in flash and rubberized grip will be present in three colors (red, black, white). It characteristics a 12.1-megapixel Live MOS image sensor, a 3.0-inch high resolution touch screen, a revamped Venus Engine image processor, 1920 x 1080 HD
video recording capabilities up to "60i" frames per minute, and an astonishing 100-12800 ISO sensitivity range. For glass, you have your selection between the many Micro Four Thirds lenses present from Panasonic and other brands.
Only since this camera is planned for a more advanced user does not intend it won't operate good for starters, Panasonic has added an simple to utilize Graphic User Interface (GUI) on the large touch screen, also iA and iA Plus modes. A mode mechanically activate a range of techs to enhance photos minus adapting settings all time conditions alter, adding AF Tracking, Intelligent D-range Control, Intelligent Scene Selector, Face Recognition and Intelligent ISO Control.
A Plus mode let you be more elastic, permitting users to adjust defocusing area in the background, exposure recompense and white balance. There is also Light Speed AF, which determine and concentrate on your subjects in 0.09 seconds, you have listened the term blink and you lacking it the Venus Engine powered Light Speed AF is more like blink and you are in focus