Panasonic on Tuesday announced the release of several new compact cameras, including three in its new FS-Series line, PC Magazine reported.
The new cameras, eight in all, are being exhibited at the PMA 2008 show, which began Wednesday in Las Vegas.
In the FS series, a cousin to the previously introduced LUMIX FX-Series, Panasonic announced the DMC-FS3, the DMC-FS5and DMC-FS20 , available at MSRPs (respectively) of $199.95, $249.95, and $299.95, and all three are scheduled to ship in February.
Panasonic is also updating the FX-Series, most notably with the DMC-FX35, which features a 25mm ultra-wide-lens and can also record video. That camera is coming in March at a suggested price of $349.95.
Also announced were two point-and-shoot cameras, DMC-LZ10 and DMC-LZ8, as well as the DMC-TZ5 and DMC-TZ4, which both feature a 10X optical zoom Leica DC lens.
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