Excerpt: This camera is good, but flawed. First of all, its handling is excellent. Panasonic's designers must have spent quite a long time studying how people interact with cameras. Every button is in its place, most of them feel very different and are easy to find by touch only. I also love the drive mode lever, it makes it very easy to go from single-shot to continuous drive to self-timer (for tripod pictures). Tilt-and-swivel LCD is great for street photography!
Excerpt: The mediocre quality of the lenses, very slow processor , and unsatisfactory in-camera jpeg processing have convinced me to move away from the micro-four thirds system. If Panasonic’s technological / optical / user interface improvements were half as good as the superlative hype which surrounded the announcement of this camera, it would be by far the best photographic instrument out there.
Excerpt: "...I should mention that the Panasonic Lumix G2 is technically not a proper DSLR, unlike a lot of the Nikon and Canon cameras. Instead of having a Pentaprism or Pentamirror in the view finder, it is fact just digital. I suppose this eliminates some of the bulk you would expect to get in a DSLR and the shutter will not break after so many actuations as well. Moreover, If you have no previous experience with cameras or don't like learning various features, ...
Pros: Cheap, Great Size, Perfect for Beginners
Cons: Not many lenses, Battery life, Low light images
Summary: Made in China Objektivbajonett aus Plastik gefertigt unbefridigendes Auslösegeräusch hab die Kamera sofort mit Verlust wieder verkauft Canon bleibt Canon ohne Diskusion. Durchschnitt ist noch gut bewertet.