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Date: 08/04/2013 | By: Heather

The Panasonic GF6 is on its way

Canon PowerShot G10, 1/1, f/ 71/10, ISO 80

The Panasonic GF6 is on its way

Update: The official images have now been released by Panasonic. You can see them on Mirrorless Rumors.

It looks like TechRadar made a small blunder by leaking its Panasonic GF6 hands-on review a tad before schedule. While the review has since been taken down, you can still find images of the new camera on Gizmodo and Imgur. From what we can see, it has an attractive and functional build, with a silver accent along the body and a useful mode dial on the top.

According to the review, the GF6 will be an interchangeable Micro Four Thirds camera that bridges the gap between basic compacts and high-end mirrorless cameras/DSLRs. Equipped with a 16 MP sensor, a Venus engine for improved imaging performance, improved autofocus, an articulated touchscreen, and built-in WiFi, the GF6 is definitely a camera beginners will be able to lick their lips over.

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Photo credit: Wanderlinse on Flickr (CC) (An image of the GF1 as we are not allowed to use images of the GF6!)

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