The latest deal available on Amazon.com and eBay.com is the Panasonic JVC AV-7000T.
It costs $799.95 on Amazon and $999.99 on eBay, with shipping included.
That’s $25 more than the Panasonic AV-6000T, which is $1,049.99.
The Panasonic AV7000’s lower price is a little lower than the $1-2,000 price tag that other AVs will start selling for at this time.
Panasonic says it’s offering its newest AV with the latest firmware, so that the camera will be up to date with its firmware.
We’ve also heard that the AV700T will come with a 6-month warranty.
Panasonic has also announced a new model, the JVC GX-8000, which costs $1.99 per month and comes with the Panasonic 5-inch 720p camera.
Both the Panasonic and the GX8000 come with built-in Wi-Fi, a front-facing camera, and HDMI and USB-C ports.
Panasonic also says that it will be adding two new models to its lineup later this year: the G5 and G5s, which are the first 5-megapixel cameras to be sold in a single device.
The new models will be priced at $1 in the U.S. and $2.99 in Canada.
Panasonic is also rolling out its new AVs in other countries, like South Korea and Brazil.
The AV7200, JVC JVC 7100, and Panasonic JVM-7100 have all been announced.
Panasonic’s new lineup is a significant upgrade over what the company had in store for the future.
Panasonic and Panasonic have already announced plans to introduce its AV8100, which has a 5-MP shooter, in 2017.