Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1

Announced Oct 17, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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VVolfshen
By: VVolfshen (1 week ago)
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Hello everyone, I am a begginer photographer but planning to learn more and get better. I have been reading for almost two weeks review topics on cameras and things like this but i still cannot decide what camera to buy as my first. Hopefully some input from experienced people will help me. My maximum budget is around 800-900$ however that will be quite an effort for me, so im trying to get best quality for the money, wouldnt mind spending around 500$ instead. So what am i looking for? 1. My...
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By: mfahim27753 (2 weeks ago)
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Hello everyone, Hope you are well. I am thinking of getting purchasing of these panasonic bodies. I will mostly be using the 12-32mm lens and maybe get a 45mm or 75mm olympus lens at some point. Here in UK, the cheapest I can get a GX1 body for about £170 or a GM1 body for about £290. Is GM1 worth the extra money if we dont count the smaller physical size? GX7 is out of consideration due to higher price range. I was wondering if anyone who has experience with these two bodies can help. Also...
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I've seen pictures of the black shutter curtain covering the sensor of the GM1 while it is off. Does anyone know how I can get the curtain to cover the sensor?
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Hi, new user here :-) I love my GM1 but just can't figure out how to enable touch shutter to be active by default when the camera is turned on. As I use the touch shutter function most of the time, it's a little annoying to have to manually activate it every time...
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I'm ready to pull the trigger on a MFT camera.  I currently have a Panasonic LX3 and, being an avid backpacker/hiker/skier, have always loved it's light weight yet great picture quality.  I mostly use the wide angle 24mm equivalent since I shoot landscapes alot.  The LX3 does take great macros but, without an EVF, it's a matter of luck whether the photo will be focused or not. So, the question is what to upgrade to?  It has to be light enough for backpacking (I am a small woman) yet have a...
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I own a brand new GM1 and since I'm switching from NEX, I buy a minimalist system with several lenses that people seem to agree that they are OK wrt price. I have the 20mm and next buys are Samyang/Rokinon 7.5mm fisheye and Olympus 45mm/1.8. Maybe you'll laugh at me but, since I'm buying new lenses, I would prefer that it looks nice on the GM1, even if it doesn't matter to many people (*). And I have to choose between black and silver. About the Samyang silver, it does not look the same as...
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With my NEX, I used to import photos with a default noise reduction : not too heavy to loose many details at low ISO, but high enough to remove the ugliest part of noise at about 1600 or 3200 ISO. Color=50 and Luminance=20 were OK to me, and permitted to apply a bit sharpening by default. I'll get a GM1 soon : what would be your advice for general purpose (ISO 100->1600) noise reduction settings during import ?
tokumeino
By: tokumeino (2 months ago)
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I'm considering a switch from NEX to M43 due to gear size. But I'm quite confused about the GM1 : it is supposed to share its sensor and processor with the GX7, but both have (significantly) different scores (614 vs 718 ISO for low light, and 11.7 vs 12.2 EV for DR). Why this difference ?
Naphta06
By: Naphta06 (2 months ago)
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Hello, i'm new in the website,i know i probably be some kind of freak for some people, here is the story:i am a visual artist(painter)and a long time ago use to make photography too but only when 35 mm was very common, when digital becomes, i dissapear, i cannot make the switch to a digital era, the time has come for me and i want to make photo again, i most say i consider myself not a begginer ,maybe an enthusiast and of course i want to buy a good camera, i used to make portrait,...
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I bought my GM1 second hand but in mint condition, and after a while, once I was removing the lens, I had a look at the sensor and saw many small particles. The next day, I did a test shot at f/22 against the blue sky, and noticed many spots in the shots. Though in practice, as I almost never go above f/8.0, I don't notice. I thought, oh well, the first owner was not very careful. I never had to clean any of my sensors, be it DSLR or hybrid. So I ordered a sensor cleaning set, with swabs and...
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