Ever since Panasonic and Olympus introduced the mirrorless interchangeable lens / compact system camera category with the Panasonic G1 and Olympus E-P1, there have been a few key burning questions: -Why doesn't any system offer both in-body image stabilization and in-lens stabilization? -Why does a camera with a built-in viewfinder have to look like a DSLR? -Why does a mirrorless, electronic camera need to always use a mechanical shutter? Some cameras from some companies have answered some of those questions, but here's a camera that answers them all. To that it adds: -Articulated EVF without sacrificing onboard flash -1/8000 second max shutter speed, 1/320th flash sync speed -Articulated touchscreen rear display -Improved controls and ergonomics -Focus peaking, Wifi, and NFC Beyond that, I'm sure we can count on the new camera to offer Panasonic's customary automatic color fringing correction (also carried over to RAW in Lightroom) and in my opinion, the very best autofocus in the business. The only questions in my mind are: 1) Is the newly designed Panasonic sensor going to have the dynamic and tonal range of the sensor used in the GH3, E-M5, E-PM2, E-PL5, and E-P5? 2) When can I buy one with the matching 20mm lens? Introducing the Panasonic GX7. If it isn't the most revolutionary MFT camera to date, I'd argue it's definitely the most revolutionary MFT camera since the original G1 and E-P1.