What is good than a sweet little high quality camera that fits in your pocket that you could depend on to carry you a lovely yet compact experience every day? That same thing with Wi-Fi connection abilities and the fact that it’s got a touchscreen on the back, now you’re presently talking crazy. In fact, it’s not-this is an actual gadget, and it is named the Panasonic Lumix DMC-fx90. This camera is rated at 12 megapixels, is only 0.85 inches deep, and could link to the internet wirelessly.
However, it does not look ultra strange as you would expect like a new product to appear, does it, it only appears sort of usual. Novelty fills its innards, on the other hand, and the artistic plea surely is at a top – would you mind bringing about such a gadget? This device will permit you to upload photos and video to YouTube, Flickr, Facebook and Picassa. You should have a connected Wi-Fi signal. No word at this time on if we will be able to function with other online repositories for media similar to Google+, for instance, down the line. Panasonic has as well stated a new web photo-sharing service they are starting named Lumix Club that you will be able to get benefit of also.
Aside from being able to upload straight to the internet, you will be able to move photos and video using a Wi-Fi signal to your smartphones and other computers. Although you will be able to upload content to the sites listed above right out of the box, you will have to download a special Panasonic app on Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android platforms if you want to move to your smartphone – note though that this app is fully free on each of the said platforms’ app markets.
This camera features a 5x optical zoom lens (24mm to 120mm) with a max aperture of F2.5 and the ability to capture 1080 video at 60 fps. This gadget as well features, as recorded, a 3-inch touchscreen on the back that includes menu navigation, touchscreen controls, and post-shot editing tools.
This gadget has not had a proper date or value issued for it, but the mentioned Lumix Club portal will be opening on September 5, 2011, so this device almost certainly won’t be far behind. A couple other Panasonic Lumix devices have also been released today as well as the DMC-FZ150 with a flip-out display and massive potential for zoom and speed as the Panasonic GF3X upgrade to the GF3 and the lens that makes the X.