Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1

Announced Nov 7, 2011 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Love this cam, size, quality performance. I have the old 14-45mm zoom, the 20mm f1.7 and the Sigma 30mm f2.8 and the EVF. This set-up works well for me. The only thing I regret from my old EP-1 is the in-body stabilization.

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leszeff
 
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Before it was the G1 (still in my possession) then the Oly e-p1 (sold) the GF1 (sold) and now ths GX1. I have the Pany lenses 14-45, 45-200, 20mm, 14mm and the Sigma 30mm f2.8. The best combination is the GX1 with the Pany 20mm and the Sigma 30mm.

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leszeff
 
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This is a great camera, great output pictures (I only shoot in RAW) and any other remarks has to be put on the subjectivity factor. Some people think they would drive better if they had a BMW or other snobbish accessories, it is the same with cameras. It is not the material but the talent that makes the difference and this camera in the right hands can do fantastic pictures....!

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I've had about four Nikons if I remember correctly, but always they are a pain to cart around and as has already been said, 'the best camera is the one you carry with you'. I've never found carrying the GX1 to be a chore, although I usually only have one lens with me to save detaching and attaching with the attendant dust danger. I purchased three lenses plus the kit zoom. The kit zoom is passable but not as sharp as the three prime lenses (25mm, 20mm and 14mm) I mostly shoot with the 14mm ...

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Tee J
 
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Work really great when I go out, fun to take a snapshot...

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Tee J
 
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Work really great when I go out, fun to take a snapshot...

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Tee J
 
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I think it really good to bring out and fast to shoot with great quality pic. And the most that I like are good for portable and it's can change lens.

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In my view, this is one of the best Lumix G Series bodies to-date. Excellent build, ergonomics and handling in a very small package. Start up, AF and consecutive shooting / bracketing are fast. Good customization for personal shooting style is possible with 2 custom modes accessible via the mode dial and 2 user selectable function buttons (+ another two via touch screen). All important settings are accessible via dedicated buttons and they have finally done away with the useless My Menu and ...

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AVe
 
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Finally a camera with big(ger) sensor and 3x zoom fitting in my jacket pocket! My Ricoh R4 got at age, especially in low light performance. I aimed for pockatability with moderate zoom lens (sorry Sony), low light performance, built in flash (sorry Sony) and a level gauge to shoot my pictures levelled. Pro's: A whole family of lenses, though a Pana 3/4 means that OIS is required. Lots of buttons, 4 are programmable so often within 2 pushes you get what you want. The buttons are build such ...

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Marla2008
 
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I'm a long (20+ years) DSLR user and have had just about every type of model from entry level (Canon Rebels) to pro gear like 1DmkII or D2H, including FF (D700 my absolute favorite cam, ever), and pretty much everything in between, along with the odd Fuji or Minolta DSLR and a lot of Oly bridges. Packing my photo bag for my last vacation in Finland this winter, I realized I was carrying gear like a pro shooter and that had become ridiculous. Also at family reunions and friends parties I ...

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