A pretty enormous stand for Panasonic at this year's CES, as we'd expect from a company that markets so many consumer electronics products. As well as television and computer screens, audio equipment and 3D technology, Panasonic is also showing off its latest compact and interchangeable mirrorless cameras. Here's what we found when we visited the stand.
Panasonic's stand is pretty huge this year, but then again, we can't think of much that the Japanese electronics giant doesn't do...
It certainly does displays...
And of course cameras. Here's the Lumix DMC-G3 (left) and recently-announced GX1 - Panasonic's latest G-series mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
Keen sports photographers were encouraged to point Panasonic's latest cameras at these two (somewhat bored-looking) soccer players...
Panasonic is showing two mockup lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system.
Their 12-35mm and 35-100mm ranges seem fixed but not their apertures (currently shown as F2.8)
The Lumix DMC-SZ7 feature a 25-250mm equivalent stabilized zoom lens, 3.0" automatically adjusting LCD and USB charging.
It is built around a 14MP MOS sensor with 1080i60 video and has a 460k dot LCD screen.
The Lumix DMC-SZ1 features a 25-250mm equivalent stabilized zoom lenses, 3.0" automatically adjusting LCDs and USB charging.
It also features a 16MP CCD sensor that captures 720p30 video and has a 230k dot LCD on the rear.
The 16MP Lumix DMC-FH8 is built around 5x, 24-120mm equivalent F2.5-6.4 stabilized lens...
...like its lens range, its screen is slightly reduced, at 2.7 inches.
The Lumix DMC-FH6 is similar to the FH8 but is built around a 14MP CCD sensor, with the same 5x, 24-120mm equivalent F2.5-6.4 stabilized lens.
On the rear of the camera can be found a fairly averagely-specified 2.7in LCD screen, offering a resolution of 230k dots.
Towards the bottom of the Lumix range the Lumix DMC-S2 the S2 offers a 4x, 28-112mm equivalent image stabilized zoom lens...
...its 14MP CCD sensor can also capture 720p video footage, but its LCD screen is basic: 2.7 inches and 230k dots.