Summary: I use this camera in situations where it's not practical to bring my full sized SLR. It's decent in low light, but not as good as a full sized SLR. The small size allows you to put it in a small bag comparable to a point and shoot.
Summary: This little camera is a joy. I have had it for like 3 years now and have had a lot of fun with it. I have been noticing that the protection on the monitor is flaking off. It is very hard to see to take a picture outside now.
Summary: I won't go into pro's and con's after two years of use. Plenty of info posted by pros on the web. Built quality is good. So far no issues. Its a tool. It gets the job done. I have other tools for different situations. When i need better quality i use GF2 and my set of lenses.
Summary: I am so torn on the Panasonic GF2. Ive always wanted its predecessor the GF1, now a classic in the world of digital rangefinder cameras, due to it being fun to use with high quality results, robust build quality, and a good combo of automatic and manual functions.
Summary: First of all both these cameras have been replaced with newer models but can still be obtained. First, the good. Both are light weight and take marvelous pictures ,though both suffer in comparison to a Canon Eos in low light ,fast moving situations.
Summary: Pros: - LCD has great color and viewing angles - Light - Stereo video - Hotshoe - Responsive touchscreen - Snappy startup - Dedicated movie button - Automatic image rotate - Flash is mechanically released; you can tilt it up for ceiling flash shots, which is nice - Surprisingly easy to grip (not...