Panasonic Receives EISA Award For LUMIX G7 4K Camera18th August 2015     By: Panasonic Media

Panasonic is proud to annouce that its LUMIX DMC-G7 4K Ultra High-Definition Camera has been honoured with a 'Best Product' award from one of Europe's most respected consumer electronic associations, the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).


Formerly the preserve of professional filmmakers and photographers, the LUMIX G7 impressed the EISA jury by opening up the world of 4K to everyone.  Whether used for capturing memories on film to last a lifetime or taking amazing stills from 4K footage the LUMIX DMC-G7 is changing photography for good.

In naming the LUMIX DMC-G7 as its 'EUROPEAN PHOTO & VIDEO CAMERA 2015-2016', the EISA jury noted that, "The G7 is a true video + stills hybrid camera that brings internal 4K video recording at a very affordable price. This is backed up by a full range of video features including microphone input and a focus peaking display. Stills photographers are not neglected, with a 16-million-pixel Four Thirds sensor, 2.36-million dot OLED Live View Finder, ISO 100 (Extended) -25600, continuous shooting at 8 fps, and a silent electronic shutter with speeds up to 1/16000 sec. The large grip, twin control dials and fully articulated touchscreen give excellent handling. For amateur filmmakers in particular, the G7 is a game-changer.


Established in 1982, the European Imaging Sound Association (EISA) is a multimedia association that tests consumer electronic products. With a membership including 50 audio, mobile, video and photo magazines from 20 European countries, EISA's awards are known as one of the most prestigious consumer recommendations that products can receive, and a key indicator for the best consumer purchasing decisions.

Discover more about LUMIX DMC-G7 HERE.

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