Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6

Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I was looking to buy either a Olympus OMDEM5 or a GX7 … but bought this with a 14-140 lens for practically the price of the lens. I had assumed I would sell it and trade "up" but after using it i changed my mind. Its high ISO performance is marginally behind these high end models but its viewfinder is BETTER than the GX7 and equal to the EM5. Its handling is IMHO better than either. It is not weatherproof and is slightly plasticky. BUT it is well built. Feels grew in the hand. Has a great ...

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I have the Lumix G1 with the 14-45mm, 45-200mm lens, but the memory cover fell off, the flash hot shoe damaged by a third party thumb rest ,with a trip to Africa  coming up I decided to upgrade to the Olympus OMD-em5. When I compared it with the G6 in the shop, despite the better quality of the Olympus I didn't like its handling, the Lumix G6 felt so secure to hold. I bought the G6 with an Olympus 60mm macro lens, these two are a  good combination. The rear screen and viewfinder have improved ...

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I've used the micro 4/3 cameras since Panasonic first introduced the GH1 and GF1 for their unique combination of image quality, sensor size for low light performance, and video capabilities. My current cameras include the Oly OMD-EM5, EPL1, Panasonic GX1, and now the G6. This review is focused more on the video capability of the G6, as I use it professionally for field research in this capacity. The G6 is my overall favorite m4/3 camera because it combines very good still capability with the ...

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