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Panasonic has announced the Lumix G6, a mid-range interchangeable lens camera with a Micro Four Thirds mount. The new Lumix comes with an updated viewfinder, upgraded Venus Engine and an improved ISO range. It should be available before the end of May for under $1000.
Pentax Ricoh has announced the pocket-sized Ricoh GR compact digital camera with a newly developed APS-C-size CMOS image sensor. An attractive competitor to Nikon's Coolpix A, the Ricoh GR can be had for $300 less and will be available in the US in May.
Genelec is at this year's Prolight+Sound fair in Frankfurt where the Finnish company debuted its new M Series, consisting of the M030 and M040. In an effort to 'go green' the Finnish company's new active monitors are using eco-friendly materials for their enclosures.
Blackmagic Design announced its Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera at NAB 2013. The pocket sized digital cinema camera sports a Super 16mm sized 1080HD sensor capable of capturing 13 stops of dynamic range. It also has an active Micro Four Thirds lens mount and costs $995.
Adobe will be showcasing Adobe Anywhere for video at this year's National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in the Las Vegas. The company will also be previewing the next generation of its professional video and audio tools, Adobe Premiere and After Effects.
Sony has announced the CMT-BT80WB and CMT-BT60B, two new wireless audio systems. Both systems support NFC and Bluetooth, but only the former supports Wi-Fi and Airplay. The 40W all-in-ones will be available in Europe from May 2013 carrying an unknown price-tag.
Fujifilm has unveiled the new XP200 and S8400W, from the company's rugged and long-zoom series respectively. The XP200 is shockproof, freezeproof, waterproof and dustproof, while the S8400W sports a 44x optical zoom lens. Both cameras will be available in May 2013.