A few years ago, it seemed like everything was going well for Panasonic.
Its cameras were on par with those of competitors like Nikon and Canon, and it had a solid reputation for making high-quality cameras.
But in 2018, things began to unravel for Panasonic when it started to see some serious issues with its Fuji cameras.
First, Fuji started to show some issues with the way its sensors were built, leading to some issues in the camera’s performance.
Second, the camera suffered from some overheating issues that were quickly traced to the batteries used to power the cameras.
By the end of 2019, Fuji was forced to recall the cameras it sold and was forced out of the camera business.
Panasonic has since been trying to fix the issues with both the Fuji cameras and its Axis camera, and the company is now working on an update to the cameras, which it is expected to ship in the first half of 2020.