Panasonic has announced the release of the new DMC-FZ300 with a 24x focal length. The model is designed to replace the DMC-FZ200 with a fast zoom lens (25-600 mm equivalent to 35 mm camera). The novelty has retained the main advantage of its predecessor, namely the aperture F2.8 and the ultrasound, as well as the opportunity to video and photograph in 4K resolution. The 12.1 megapixel High Sensitivity MOS sensor and the new Venus Engine allow you to create photos at high light sensitivity (ISO 6400), while maintaining high resolution and color reproduction. The main innovation was the support for 4K video with a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels, at 25p (50 Hz) or 24p in MP4 format, allowing you to realize the possibility of shooting at a speed of 30 fps in a resolution equivalent to 8 MP. The camera also received a new OLED viewfinder with a resolution of 1,440,000 pixels, an aspect ratio of 4: 3 and a field of view of approximately 100%, it also offers 0.7 × magnification, excellent color reproduction and excellent contrast (10,000: 1). DFD (Depth From Defocus) technology allows the camera to aim at an object in about 0.09 seconds and this in combination with 12 fps continuous shooting. Thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi module, you can connect the camera to a smartphone or tablet. The novelty will go on sale in October 2015, the recommended price for the United States is $ 599.