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How would you change Panasonic’s Eluga?

How would you change Panasonics Eluga

Oh Panasonic, you went to all of the difficulty to establish these brand-new phones, dream up a funny name and simply months into the project, offered up and left Europe in a big sulk. Now it’s time to begin the investigation about just what eliminated the Panasonic Eluga. If you purchased one, exactly what did you like and loathe about it– and for the rest of us, exactly what aspects meant it never ever found its method on your Christmas listing? You never know, possibly Panasonic’s hearing, hoping that just one person informs it that they like it.

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Panasonic’s 103-inch glasses-less 3D plasma panel arrives at IFA (eyes-on)

While it could not be as huge as the Super Hi Vision panel lingering in the exact same darkened cinema, Panasonic’s new 103-inch exhibition display has the capability to provide a 3D view to 5 different viewers– as long as they’re in the right aesthetic sweet spot. The effect is subtle, natural, although color schemes felt bit muted compared with the 145-inch prototype, with the demo video clips drawing us in to its demo reel, instead of pushing out an image. The plasma display panel prototype is additionally glasses-free, with the 4K2K display able to push out enough pixels to deliver these numerous viewing angles. Again, there’s no substitute for being there yourself.

Panasonic’s 2013 Q1: things are looking up with a $164 million profit

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Panasonic’s economic year runs from summer to summer time, so its first-quarter outcomes for 2013 just hit the wire. The figures proudly show that the company has actually handled to turn around the losses it suffered so badly in the previous duration– with $ 23 billion in turnover producing a tidy return of $ 164 million. While sales dropped by 6 percent compared with the very first 3 months of the year, it’s been decreasing corrected expenses and restructuring each section of the company to ensure a return to benefit making in spite of the aggravating monetary problems in Europe. The business’s also had the ability to stick some cash into the cost savings account, tucking $ 16.6 million into the piggy bank for a rainy day.

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Panasonic’s Lumix schedule expands: DMC-G5 Micro Four Thirds, DMC-FZ200 superzoom and DMC-LX7 hands-on and sample shots

Panasonic's Lumix lineup grows DMCG5 Micro Four Thirds, DMCFZ200 superzoom and DMCLX7 handson and sample shots

It’s been nearly half a year since Panasonic’s Lumix series of video cameras got any type of new members, but today the company is introducing three even more shooters to the household. Initially up is the DMC-G5, most up to date addition to the company’s Micro 4 Thirds lineup. It’s the successor to the G3 and loads a 16-megapixel sensor capable of shooting 1080p video clips at 60fps and stills in up to 6fps surges at a max 12,800 ISO at full resolution. The G5′s LVF has a proximity sensor to automatically switch over between it and the video camera’s 920,000-dot capacitive screen depending on which one you’re making use of to frame your shots. When the G5 goes on sale next month, you’ll have your selection of black, silver and white styles.

In addition to the G5, Panasonic’s even introducing a brand-new superzoom camera, the DMC-FZ200 and a high-end DMC-LX7 point-and-shoot. The FZ200 replaces the FZ150 and pairs a 12-megapixel sensing unit with a 25-600mm continual f/2.8 aperture Leica Elmarit lens with nano area covering to reduce flare and ghosting. It has a 24x optical zoom and shoots 1080p video at up to 60fps along with stills in up to 12fps surges, though its max ISO is just 6,400. On the other hand, the LX7 has come in sporting a 10-megapixel sensing unit and a 24-90mm, f/1.4 -2.3 Leica Summilux lens with the exact same nano area layer as the FZ200. Like its Lumix brethren, it shoots 1080p video clip at 60fps, and shares the same maximum 12,800 ISO as the G5. It’ll be accessible in black and pearl white when it ships in August. We got to spend some time with all three, so join us after the break to discover a bit about what its like snapping pics with this trio of Panasonics.

Panasonic’s Lumix lineup grows: DMC-G5 Micro Four Thirds, DMC-FZ200 superzoom and DMC-LX7 hands-on and sample shots

Panasonic's Lumix lineup grows DMCG5 Micro Four Thirds, DMCFZ200 superzoom and DMCLX7 handson and sample shots

It’s been nearly half a year since Panasonic’s Lumix series of cameras got any new members, but today the company is introducing three more shooters to the family. First up is the DMC-G5, the latest addition to the company’s Micro Four Thirds lineup. It’s the successor to the G3 and packs a 16-megapixel sensor capable of shooting 1080p videos at 60fps and stills in up to 6fps bursts at a max 12,800 ISO at full resolution. The G5′s LVF has a proximity sensor to automatically switch between it and the camera’s 920,000-dot capacitive screen depending on which one you’re using to frame your shots. When the G5 goes on sale next month, you’ll have your choice of black, silver and white models.

In addition to the G5, Panasonic’s also introducing a new superzoom camera, the DMC-FZ200 and a high-end DMC-LX7 point-and-shoot. The FZ200 replaces the FZ150 and pairs a 12-megapixel sensor with a 25-600mm constant f/2.8 aperture Leica Elmarit lens with nano surface coating to reduce flare and ghosting. It has a 24x optical zoom and shoots 1080p video at up to 60fps along with stills in up to 12fps bursts, though its max ISO is only 6,400. Meanwhile, the LX7 has arrived sporting a 10-megapixel sensor and a 24-90mm, f/1.4-2.3 Leica Summilux lens with the same nano surface coating as the FZ200. Like its Lumix brethren, it shoots 1080p video at 60fps, and shares the same maximum 12,800 ISO as the G5. It’ll be available in black and pearl white when it ships in August. We got to spend some time with all three, so join us after the break to learn a bit about what its like snapping pics with this trio of Panasonics.

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Panasonic’s Lumix lineup grows: DMC-G5 Micro Four Thirds, DMC-FZ200 superzoom and DMC-LX7 hands-on and sample shots originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 18 Jul 2012 01:25:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Panasonic’s P-08D Eluga Live tablet makes a quick splash at the FCC, keeps no secrets

Panasonic's P-08D Eluga Live tablet makes a quick splash at the FCC, keeps no secrets

It had not been too long ago that we saw Panasonic’s Eluga Live slate destined to be one of NTT DoCoMo’s future slab packages, and now it has actually managed to land itself all the way throughout the fish pond at the probing FCC workplaces. Interestingly enough, but not terribly fantastic, the filing reveals Panasonic’s P-08D tablet supports the 850MHz bands– which in concept should enable it to coastline through AT&T’s old-gen waves without any hiccups, though this doesn’t necessarily indicate it ever will. That of course, goes along with its expected WiFi capabilities and those DLNA streaming products we might advised you about throughout its earlier look. As is typically the situation, however, the Eluga Live’s recent FCC visit doesn’t ensure it’ll ever before see the light of day in the US, however it does keep the magic doors open. If you’re eager to provide the full set of docs a rundown, you can easily do so at the source link below.

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Panasonic’s Eluga V for NTT DoCoMo swings past the FCC

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Panasonic’s Eluga V smartphone reached NTT DoCoMo back in Could and now the business has dropped one of its devices off at the FCC’s underground bunker. The Ice Cream Sandwich-running phone hasa 4.6-inch, 1280 x 720 display, wireless charging, the same water and dirt proofing that we saw in its 2 brothers, HSPA , Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi. Do not let the news of governmental approval get your hopes up for a stateside launch nonetheless, this one’s just to guarantee that vacationers will not have the device took as soon as they reach customs. Panasonic’s Eluga V for NTT DoCoMo swings past the FCC initially appeared on Engadget on Sat, 30 Jun 2012 13:14:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|FCC|E-mail this|Remarks

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Panasonic’s UN-W700 runs Android, streams Blu-ray video, takes Skype calls, isn’t a tablet

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We’ve seen Android used for home theater purposes before, but it’s been rare that a company has wanted Google’s OS used almost exclusively with that purpose in mind. Panasonic is gambling that its UN-W700 can use Android (2.3, unfortunately) for an all-singing, all-dancing compact video device. The 7-inch, 800×480 standee plays media from its SDXC card slot or over DLNA, including recordings normally destined for Blu-ray from one of Panasonic’s Diga set-top boxes. If you’d rather dish out video than just receive it, there’s a front camera for Skype video calls — and the W700 is still Google-blessed, so you can visit Google Play if you’d rather play Death Rally than watch Death Race 2000. We’re not sure about the idea of a tablet without much of the portability, but Japanese shops will give the opportunity to decide for yourself on July 25th for an unofficially estimated $ 446.

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Panasonic’s 12-35mm f/2.8 Micro Four Thirds lens launching June 21st for $1,580

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Panasonic is announcing that its 12–35mm f/2.8 lens for the Micro Four Thirds system will be arriving on June 21st for a healthy price of ¥124,950 (about $ 1,580). The lens is the world’s first Micro Four Thirds zoom with an f/2.8 aperture across its entire focal range, which at 12-35 millimeters is the equivalent of 24–70 millimeters on a 35mm film camera or full frame DSLR like Nikon’s D4 or Canon’s 5D Mark III. The lens features 14 lens elements (4 aspherical) in 9 groups and a 7-bladed circular diaphragm, measures 67.6mm x 73.8mm (2.66 inches by 2.9 inches) and weighs 305 grams (10.8 ounces) — about a third of Nikon’s well-regarded 900-gram 24-70. If you’re intrigued by the possibility of a “pro” mid-range zoom for your O…

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Win a chance to ride along with Engadget for a private briefing on Panasonic’s 2012 home entertainment lineup!

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As you probably know, we’re in a lot of exclusive, behind-closed-doors briefings of products that won’t find their way to retail availability for months to come. We do our best in every post to give you the full experience and virtually bring you along with us, but for the first time we’re doing something different. Next week, Panasonic will be giving the media an up-close look at some of its biggest home entertainment products shipping later this year, including the 55-inch WT50 IPS LCD and the VT50 plasma (successor to last year’s HDTV of the Year). This time, we’ve been given permission to take a lucky few of you along for the ride.

The event takes place next Tuesday, March 27th in New York City at 7:00pm. To get a chance to attend, you need to email nycevents [at] engadget.com with your full name. If you make it, we’ll respond back with details on the event, but it’ll be up to you to find your way to Manhattan.

Winners will not only get to check out Panasonic’s 2012 line of cameras, HDTVs, Blu-ray players and other home entertainment products but a few particularly lucky attendees will get to take some of them home. Yes, there will be giveaways, and they’ll be good ones.

Here are the deets:

  • The event is open to those 18 and older.
  • The event begins at 7:00pm and will run for approximately two hours.
  • This is not first-come-first-serve, so there will be no need to line up.
  • Please bring a photo ID and your confirmation with you for admission.

Send those emails in soon, and we hope to see you next week!

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