We've seen stock images of the Lumix DMC-G1, but just how small is this camera that's the first in the world to use the new ? Panasonic and Olympus (which jointly developed the new imaging format) have mentioned that this new system will shrink the size of dSLR-like cameras to make them more portable.
According to its specifications sheet, the DMC-G1 measures 124mm x 83.6mm x 45.2mm (about 4.9 inches x 3.3 inches x 1.8 inches), but nothing speaks louder than images.
Flickr user Luc Saint-Elie has posted several images of the shooter itself online, and it seems like shutterbugs with larger hands may have difficulty getting a good grip on this camera. It also appears the new Micro Four Thirds lenses are significantly smaller than a regular-size can of Coke.
I won't drone on any further. Check out Luc Saint Elie's Flickr page and come back soon for CNET's review of the camera.
(Via Crave Asia)