Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 is clearly a capable mirrorless digital camera. It delivers a well-rounded performance, combining high image-quality and fast operational speed. Its relatively compact size makes it light and easy to carry when using small lenses. With the GF-series, Panasonic has been adjusting the balance between features and simplicity.
Pros: Low image noise until ISO 1600, Realistic image colors after tweaking, Good automatic white-balance, Reliable metering, Fast contrast-detect autofocus, Short shutter-lag, Quick and responsive, Calibratable LCD, Good LCD visibility, Customizable interface, Sturdy except for control-dial
Cons: Slight image softness from base ISO, EC easily accidentally changed, Below average shot-to-shot speed, Flimsy control-dial, Preview not, Wrong Live-Histogram, Poor flash clearance, No EVF option, Short battery life, Video recording delay, Video drops last second