Panasonic has announced its plans to release three of their latest LUMIX digital cameras this coming September. Up first is the FZ35, a model that closely resembles a DSLR, and will come equipped with an 18x zoom, high definition (HD) video recording and a powerful 27mm wide-angle. Designed with style in mind, the FP8 comes equipped with functions like high speed auto-focus and 4.6x zoom wrapped into a “fashionable” design. The third camera is the pocketable ZR1, which has an 8x zoom and what Panasonic calls the world’s first 0.3 this aspherical lens that enables the camera to offer a decent optical zoom without ending up huge.
All three cameras will feature a 12.1 megapixel sensor, optical image stabilization and face recognition.
See more images of the other cameras after the jump.
Source: Slash Gear