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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

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I. LOVE. THIS. CAMERA.

Vidalina P. Arthur-snead "vpas", Amazon
7 December 2013
  • Summary: Oh, this camera is so awesome. I bought two lens to go with it but the lens I love is the fixed focal length 20 mm. Works like a charm on this camera. If you want the functionality of an SLR but the compact nature of a point and shoot, the quality of leica glass....then you have found your camera. I own many, many camera (Canon 5d mark II, Canon 6D, 4 x 5 film, etc...) and this is one of my favorites to use.
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Overall 10
10

Great compact camera.

Renzo Corvetta "Renzo Corvetta", Amazon
28 November 2013
  • Summary: Nice camera with replaceable lenses. It offers more than a compact camera without the weight and dimensions of larger SLRs. The picture quality is great and it is easy to use.
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Overall 10
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Perfect Lumix

ALI N SAFYURTLU, Amazon
28 November 2013
  • Summary: Do it all. Multi functional, multi talented Panasonic. One of the best of Lumix series. Not too big, not too small.
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Overall 10
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Stop deliberating - just buy this thing! It's awesome!

adamkorman, Ebay
5 October 2013
  • Summary: This is the greatest all-around camera I've ever used. With the large image sensor usually seen in DSLRs and many different lenses available, it really is a large camera in a small body. Full manual mode is a bit more cumbersome than larger DSLRs and the lack of an optical viewfinder sometimes can be an issue but these are small prices to pay to pack nearly all the benefits of a DSLR in an almost-pocketable camera.
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Overall 10
10

A small camera with fully manual for creative photos to keep close whatever

deflesh, Ebay
2 February 2013
  • Summary: The camera is very good. It does about everything an entry level DSLR does. You have full manual with mechanical dial, what is very good and handy. The image quality is also very good and the camera also outputs raw files. The 20mm f1/1.7 lens is quick and sharp, very good for portraits and general stuff.
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Overall 10
10

Best of the GF series

J. Wang, Amazon
18 January 2013
  • Summary: I was an early adopter for this camera when it first came out. It was my first 4/3 lens. I purchased it after the whole craze started boiling down and the prices became decent. Later I traded this camera for a white version, which was the same in every aspect, but was a glossy white instead of a matte black. The GF-1 offers great quality that surpasses that of a point and shoot (and interchangeable lenses!) but still of course, lower than that of a full sized DSLR.
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Overall 10
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DSLR-ish point-and-shoot?

fpsmania12, Viewpoints
9 September 2012
  • Excerpt: This Micro 3/4 camera from Panasonic is an awesome little camera with DSLR qualities. Has excellent picture quality with great outfocusing abilities in a small package. The 20mm 1.7f pancake lens makes this the perfect everyday snapshot camera, with very sharp images and great portability. However, the slow focusing speed of this lens makes it a bit difficult to capture moving targets.
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Overall 10
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excellent product.

m.victor2039, Ebay
7 May 2012
  • Summary: excellent product,very nice item.i will recommend this item to everybody.nice camera,excellent picture quality.easy to use,nice features.
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Overall 10
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Compact with DSLR benefits, excellent IQ, messy menu system, fun camera

marcus4e, Ebay
3 March 2012
  • Summary: I was looking for a backup camera to my Nikon D7000 for an Alaskan cruise. I looked at a variety of P&S and did not like the available features. I wanted better lens quality and RAW file capability in a compact package. Compact System cameras are the wave of the future versus DSLRs. However, I did not want to spend the $800-$1500 for a new camera. After much research, I found there was a very high opinion of the Panasonic GF1.
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Buy This Throw Away Your Camcorder !

Charles Percoco "Wildcatbuff", Amazon
23 January 2012
  • Summary: Ok maybe not...but with all the hacks for this camera, which once you learn how to install, you might be tempted to. I like shooting photos and video but most camcorders while good for video suck at photos, although they shouldn't since the use large sensors and decent optics.And most cameras while great for photos have only so-so video even the HD capable ones don't seem up to par with stand alone camcorders. So what to do do?
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