Panasonic have a brilliant line-up of Micro Four Thirds cameras and today they're adding to that line-up by introducing the GM1 - probably one of the smallest and Micro Four Thirds cameras available.
The GM1 is obviously trying to target the compact camera market as this camera really is tiny and pocketable when using one of Panasonic's tiny pancake lenses. Measuring 98.5mm x 54.9mm x 30.4mm excluding a lens, and weighing in at only 204g. The reason it weighs so little is because it now uses a magnesium alloy frame which is of course very durable too.
The camera has most of the specs you'd find in the top end cameras in Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds line-up - it of course has the same sensor you'd find in their very powerful GX7. It is mainly targeted at consumers with few buttons, huge touchscreen and no viewfinder. But with the £470 price tag, it's quite a bit of cash to lay down compared to your average compact camera.