Panasonic's latest Lumix snapper, the Lumix GX7, has leaked online at Japanese photography blog Digicame, revealing not only the camera's looks, but some of its key specificaitons too.
Showing off the camera from front, rear and top-down angles, the images were acquired by Digicame from a source "who can be trusted", giving the leak some credence given the site's own respectability.
Taking its cues from the the Four Thirds L1 camera, the chassis looks slim (aside from a protruding grip area on the left hand side), housing a 3-inch view finder with 1.04 million dots and the ability to tilt up to 80 degrees on the rear. There's also an electronic view finder, which itself can be tilted 90 degrees with a viewing resolution of 2.76 million dots.
Equipped with a 16-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor according to the source, 1920 x 1080p / 60fps HD video can be captured, with a shutter speed as fast as 1/8000 and ISO up to 25,600.
On-sensor stabilization also features, alongside NFC and Wi-Fi, while 22 fun filters can be applied to images.
No word yet on pricing or availability, but we'll keep you posted once the camera is officially revealed.