Panasonic announces the development of its first full-frame mirrorless cameras

The cameras will be the first to feature 4K 60p/50p video recording.
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Panasonic has made some solid cameras in the past, but they've never tried to their hand at building a full-frame mirrorless camera...until now. The company has announced the development of two new mirrorless full-frame cameras, which will be called the Lumix S Series. They will come in a 47MP and 24MP model and will feature Dual I.S. image stabilization, a dual memory card slot for XQD and SD cards, a durable triaxial tilt LCD, and it will make use of the Leica L-Mount for lenses. 

The Lumix S Series will hit stores in early 2019. 

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