Enhancements over the GF1 include a touch screen and full HD video capture.
This story initially included the camera in the pricing given in the last paragraph. That pricing is for the lens only.
Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds camera with 3D lens fares much better in bright light, we found after taking it for a brief spin at the annual Tokyo gadget fest.
The company, an aggressive booster of 3D technology, adds a $250 lens to its higher-end compact camera line for taking 3D photos.
At the IFA electronics show in Berlin, Panasonic shows off new, larger plasma 3D TVs, and touts its 3D camcorder. Its goal here is to help you "keep your precious moments in 3D."
Panasonic has an exclusive on the Avatar 3D Blu-ray, so James Cameron has popped up to fulfil his contractual obligation and explain how to set up your TV.
The Japanese company takes a 2 percent stake in electric-car maker Tesla, which says it now will look on Panasonic as a preferred supplier for key battery technology.
With a dash of 3D and a soupcon of 1080p video stirred in with a touchscreen, it's the new the Micro Four Thirds Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2.
Dolphins love fish -- and gadgets. Our cetacean friends are being to taught how to talk to scientists -- and they've taken a side in the Mac vs PC debate.
Avatar is finally landing in living rooms in glorious three-dimensional Blu-ray high definition -- it'll cost you a few grand, but you'll get a free Panasonic 3D television thrown in.