Everybody seems to be working from the same press conference but here's an example - https://petapixel.com/2018/09/25/pa...l-be-its-first-full-frame-mirrorless-cameras/ Yeah another full frame mirrorless snore but this does seem to have some advantages over the Canon and Nikon. * A shared lens mount between three pretty respected manufacturers (Panasonic, Leica and Sigma). As well as that Leica have already got several L-mount lenses out though oddly this doesn't seem to get mentioned much - I'd have thought it was a step up vs the competition, unless they're incompatible somehow. * Dual card slots for those who care about that which is apparently 90% of the commenters on photography articles; * IBIS, in fact Dual IS which is really effective on Lumixes IME (at least for video); * 4K 60p video. Obviously this will sell well in the video pro market but it doesn't look as bad for stills shooters as I'd feared. I'm mostly interested in the shared lens mount idea, which proved pretty good for m43. Also Panasonic does have much more experience in making (good) mirrorless than Canikon. No pricing yet, wait for Photokina but it will be about the same as the others I'd guess.