Summary: The Panasonic Lumix GF2 seems to have a lot of future-thinking in place. There's touchscreen, 3D compatibility and Micro Four Thirds boasts the largest selection of lenses compared to any other Compact System Camera manufacturer. The new slimmed-down body size is great, though not without its issues: why the physical mode dial has been removed is beyond us (please bring it back) and the 14mm prime lens really isn't going to be for everyone (a body only option would have...
Excerpt: , the GF2 compacts the camera by 19%, removing the mode dial and introducing a touch screen, which was seen as a backwards step by many. People loved the GF1, and wanted a more advanced compact from Panasonic, but instead had to look at the
Pros: Great value for money (cheaper than the other GF cameras), Compact without removing too many controls or features, Extremely fast focus, continuous shooting, Good controls / buttons on the back, Good build quality with metal body, Low noise up to ISO1600, Flash direction can be altered
Cons: Slippery front grip (front grip improved on GF3), 14mm kit lens not great for macro, No mode dial, IS is lens based
Excerpt: Panasonic pitches into the crowded compact system market with its follow up to Camera of the Year at the 2010 T3 awards, the Lumix DMC-GF1, with the DMC-GF2, again with a maximum effective resolution of 12.1-megapixels. It’s available in black, silver or red in the UK, though we wish Panasonic had announced the white version over here too.
Pros: Cheaper than its predecessor, Smaller and lighter, Able alternative to a DSLR
Cons: Small-ish handgrip, No in-body anti shake, Smaller controls
Excerpt: La Lumix DMC-GF2 de Panasonic es una de las cámaras digitales con lentes intercambiables más completas, ya que ofrece una enorme cantidad de funciones que facilitan la captura de fotografías y videos de alta calidad. Su pantalla táctil y la compatibilidad con tarjetas de memoria SDXC son cualidades que no se pueden pasar por alto.