Panasonic is preparing to pull the covers off two new Micro Four Thirds cameras on Sunday if leaked specs doing the rounds are to be believed.
Both the G2 and G10 have been detailed ahead of Panasonic's expected announcement at the Focus on Imaging show in Birmingham.
However, the spec sheet may leave you scratching your head – they measure up almost identically, and look very similar to boot.
Both snappers will apparently feature a 12 megapixel sensor, a fold-out 3-inch touchscreen and be capable of shooting 720p video at 30fps – in fact the only difference we can spot is that the G2 doesn't list any movie scene modes, while the G10 does, and the G2 appears to record in AVCHD 1280 x 720 at 30fps, while the G10 does not.
We'll be waiting on the full specs from Panasonic in a few days, so keep it locked to Stuff.tv for all the deets as we get them. Check out our hands on video with Panasonic's first Micro Four Thirds camera, the G1, and leave us your thoughts below.