Panasonic announced the Lumix GX7, a Micro-Four Thirds system based 16MP ILC with a Live MOS sensor. The camera will support shutter speeds up to 1/8000 and a max ISO of 25,600, and will have a unique vertically tiltable 16:9 Live View Finder with 2.76 million dot resolution. The GX7 will also feature a rear LCD, Wi-fi and NFC support, and autofocus tracking at 4.3 fps, while the electronic shutter is expected to be able to reach 40 fps while working silently. The camera is expected to retail with a 14-42mm kit lens for US$1,100 by November. There are no details on availability and pricing in other markets yet. Panasonic also revealed a new portrait lens for Micro Four Thirds systems – the Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm (85mm equivalent) F/1.2. The lens will come equipped with a manual aperture ring and optical image stabilization. There’s no word on pricing or availability yet.