Panasonic is back with another new camera that isn't really new

Panasonic Lumix G90
(Image credit: Future)

Just last week we reported on the earth-shattering revelation that Panasonic had launched a 'new' compact camera - a rare occurrence in today's stagnant compact camera market. Now Panasonic has followed up with another new release, although this time it’s only an interchangeable lens camera, and they're released almost on a daily basis. The camera in question here is the Lumix G95D - the replacement for the Lumix G95. Just to add further confusion, the same camera is called the G99 in Japan, and this is also set for a 'D' refresh, becoming the G99D.

The 'old' Lumix G90/G95 in action (Image credit: Digital Camera World)

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Ben Andrews

Ben is the Imaging Labs manager, responsible for all the testing on Digital Camera World and across the entire photography portfolio at Future. Whether he's in the lab testing the sharpness of new lenses, the resolution of the latest image sensors, the zoom range of monster bridge cameras or even the latest camera phones, Ben is our go-to guy for technical insight. He's also the team's man-at-arms when it comes to camera bags, filters, memory cards, and all manner of camera accessories – his lab is a bit like the Batcave of photography! With years of experience trialling and testing kit, he's a human encyclopedia of benchmarks when it comes to recommending the best buys.