The LUMIX GH2 is a new Micro Four Thirds camera revealed by Panasonic today, because, you know, some mystical thing called Photokina 2010 is going on right now. The GH2 has support for a 3D lens, but its main weapon is its 16 megapixel LIVE MOS, and can take 14 megapixel pictures while taking 1080p HD video at 5 frames-per-second. It’s got a 3-inch, 460,000-dot swiveling LCD touchscreen that can be used for autofocus and such, and finally the price.
Oh. Ahem, it’s the flagship Micro Four Thirds for Panasonic now, so it’s gonna cost you — $899.95 for just the body; $999.95 for a package with a 14-42mm lens; and $1499.95 for a 14-140mm bundle this December. [Panasonic]