43 Rumors believe that they have spotted Panasonic’s successor to the compact Micro Four Thirds GF2 the aptly named GF3. Well, the GF1 was followed up by the GF2, but I must say that there were certain quarters who were originally hooked to the GF1 did not really find the need to make the “upgrade” so to speak, so the GF2 never really made up any new ground compared to the GF1 which sort of revolutionized the Micro Four Thirds industry.
The site’s eagle-eyed camera fiends noticed an unfamiliar digicam in a promo video (since removed from YouTube) that sports an interchangeable lens and is smaller than a DSLR. The design of the camera is somewhat similar to the GF2, though it sports a more pronounced hump and a more modern look.
Rumors have suggested that the GF3 would lose the hot shoe, which this glossy-white mystery device clearly lacks, and borrow the 16-megapixel image sensor from the G3. So just wait for Panasonic to announce its tiny new hobbyist shooter, which is expected to happen on June 13th. For now checkout more picture bellow.