Confirmed: Phase detection AF is coming to the next Panasonic MFT camera (Panasonic GH7 with PDAF?)

Phototrend published their interview with Yosuke Yamane, director of the Imaging Business division at Panasonic, who confirmed that Phase detection AF is coming to the next Panasonic MFT camera:

"Can we now imagine the integration of hybrid autofocus on the next Lumix cameras, including the Micro 4/3 side?

With the adoption of phase detection AF in this new model, we have all the AF technologies. For cameras released in the future, we will adopt the optimal autofocus method each time, while evaluating the target users and customer benefits.

We will consider adding phase detection AF to our cameras depending on the model characteristics, not only for full-frame cameras, but also for Micro Four Thirds. And on this last point, I invite you to stay tuned for our next announcements."

Phase detection AF is coming to future Panasonic MFT cameras (Panasonic GH7 with PDAF?)

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