The Lumix DMC-G10 is a lot of camera for the price
10 December 2013
Summary: If I were basing my rating totally on outdoor daytime shots this camera would have gotten a 5, and I cannot choose 4.5 so I guess this has to be a 4 star rating. The one negative to the camera is flash pictures. As much as I like natural light shots there are times when it is nice to have a flash.
Summary: My daughter had this same camera and so I wanted to purchase one for myself. I never before purchased something as expensive from amazon and was a bit worried I'd be disappointed. However,the camera was great and all the items that can included arrived in great shape. Couldn't be more delighted!
Summary: Panasonic is serious about its products, as always. Although this model is a bit old compared with the new line products, it produces crispy pictures and dare to compete with most new models from other companies.
Excerpt: I sold my DMC-FZ7 and bought this in the fall of 2010. I wear glasses, and I couldn't really tell the difference between the EVF on the G10 and that of the G2. At the price it was selling for, I figured I'd live without the articulated LCD screen. This camera has made me very happy.
Summary: i asked for this as a gift b/c my daughter has one and has taken beautiful pictures.... I HATE MINE... i have yet to take a picture that was worth keeping... what a lot of money to waste... i feel burned... what can i say?
Summary: I have an EPL3 so when this was on offer (less than U$200) with 14-42,why not? Love that this has a viewfinder AND built-in flash Haven't - and probably never will - compare the Lumix 14-42 to the Olympus 14-42 Sure sharpness matters but I don't much go for blowing up pictures just to see resolution...
Summary: This handy camera gives the best of both worlds. It has a sharp lens though not much range. It has many of the features you might find in a regular SLR but is not as heavy. It's easy to use and has a range of options for night shots, close-ups, and other specific situations.