Introducing full-frame micro-single in the future, foreign media interviews with Panasonic executives
In 2019, Panasonic launched its S1 series of full-frame mirrorless cameras, including S1, S1R and S1H three products, and the positioning of the three products is also different. Recently, foreign media interviewed Yosuke Yamane, director of Panasonic’s imaging division, who said that the three products of the S1 series have gained 10% market share overseas, which is in line with Panasonic’s expectations. They are also very satisfied with the results. In addition, let’s take a look at the content of the interview.
Panasonic Imaging Division Director YosukeYamane
firstly is about the new camera. He said that Panasonic hopes to expand the current product line and introduce more affordable products, but it will not launch the L-mount APS-C format mirrorless at present. Focus on the development of full-frame cameras. As for the M4/3 system, it claims that it will improve the function and quality of the M4/3 system, which means that a new M4/3 model will be launched. Speaking of the current new crown pneumonia epidemic, Panasonic said that its factories in China have begun to resume work, and 80% of its employees have returned to the factory.
Panasonic currently claims that it will work hard to develop full-frame and M4/3 systems, but it cannot completely rule out the possibility of Panasonic launching APS-C format micro-orders. What is more worth looking forward to is that Panasonic will launch a more affordable full-frame camera.
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