Friday, February 15, 2008

Panasonic TZ5 at 50,000 units per month and other news from Japan

Our favorite Japanese photography site digitalcamera.jp has some new news of Japanese announcements of cameras that have already been announced.


We start with the most interesting nuggest, the Japanese intro of the Panasonic TZ5 reveals that the TZ5 will be produced at a monthly outpout of 50,000 units per month. The TZ5 will be made in three colors, silver, black, and brown. For more details on the TZ5, be sure to check our TZ5 leak and announcement coverage.

Also from Japan, Olympus Japan "confesses" to some issues with the Olympus 12-60mm lens and offers free fixes.

Meanwhile Fuji will have the giantsumer S100fs, S8100fd and J50 go on sale in Japan on February 23, 2008.

And a new Nikon brick and mortar.

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