Excerpt: Also the accessories for the GF2 are usually more costly than those for SLR’s, there are fewer existing accessories and you don’t have a lot of room for ‘photographic growth’. I mean that if you get truly into photography, it undoubtedly won’t take you too long to reach the bounds of this particular camera and the system type. All things deliberated I would give this camera 3 out of 5 if I were to rate it.
Excerpt: "The Panasonic GF2 is being billed as the smallest, lightest interchangeable lens system camera and has only recently been released. This camera comes under the umbrella of a micro four thirds camera - that is to say it's not a compact, bridge or SLR. It has interchangeable lenses like an SLR, but they are a different mount and the sensor onto which the image is recorded is smaller than an SLR but far bigger than a compact. Quick specification ...
Pros: high image and movie quality, quite small
Cons: touch screen is a pain, not intuitive, very expensive, limited available accessories