Summary: The Panasonic Lumix GF6 is, by any standard, a great little camera. It’s not completely fault-free of course; we weren’t keen on some of the fiddly touch-screen controls, and the JPEG sharpening is a bit too harsh, but we love the versatile and accessible manual controls, the tilt-up monitor screen,...
Pros: Tilting monitor; Versatile controls; Image quality; Noise control
Excerpt: At Â£329, the 16mp Panasonic GF6 is the company's cheapest compact system camera, but boasts a very competitive set of features, including a high-quality Four Thirds Live MOS sensor, a physical mode dial, and a 3in 1040k-dot tilt-out touchscreen that can be flipped 180Â° for taking selfies.
Excerpt: The Panasonic GF6 is the least expensive compact system camera (CSC) in the range, but it looks considerably more upmarket than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 that it replaces. There's a mode dial on top, which demonstrates that this is more than just a point-and-shoot camera.
Conclusion: The 16MP GF6 is an exceptional CSC, with some advanced features and excellent handling. The image quality is extremely good, with little or no chromatic aberration and exceptionally low noise levels even at higher ISOs.
Summary: Beginner-friendly compact system camera gets an overhaul
Pros: Excellent screen, Digital filters, Built in Wi-Fi, Image quality is excellent, while the flexibility of the screen is useful for capturing images from awkward angles. The fact that there's no viewfinder is almost made up for by this screen, which could only have been improved by being fully artic...
Cons: Tricky to use Wi-Fi, Can't use filters in PASM, Bulkier than predecessor, Fortunately there's not too much to dislike about the Panasonic GF6, but the Wi-Fi functionality could seriously be improved to make it much more useful. It would also be nice to be able to use the digital filters while sho...
Conclusion: The GF6 is more ‘˜revolution' than ‘˜evolution' when looking at its predecessor, the GF5. Both the sensor and processor have been replaced with improved versions and it delivers increased image quality, resolution and overall performance across the board.
Conclusion: What the GF6 gets right, it gets so brilliantly right that it makes us very happy indeed. The 16-megapixel sensor produces image quality that's closing the gap between Micro Four Thirds and the larger-sensor competition, while the super-fast autofocus, tilt-angle LCD screen and new...
Pros: Super-fast autofocus, great image quality, fully featured movie mode, new mode dial speeds up use, non-power-zoom kit lens keeps price down, responsive tilt-angle touchscreen
Cons: Battery life not good enough, slightly larger than GF5 predecessor, no hotshoe, Wi-Fi not compatible with enough services, screen reflections, exposure compensation can get accidentally locked into play
Excerpt: The Panasonic Lumix GF6 is the latest entry level mirrorless camera from Panasonic, and features a 16 megapixel sensor, 3inch tilting touch screen and built in Wi-Fi as well as NFC. It's available with the new
Pros: Wi-Fi built in - remote operation, Great image quality, Panoramic mode, Lens hood provided with new kit lens, High resolution tilting touch-screen, Fast operation, focus, shot to shot, Access to a wide range of Micro Four Thirds lenses, Mode dial re-introduced, Stop motion animation
Cons: No flash hot-shoe, Loud shutter (compared to other mirrorless cameras), Would be nice if Wi-Fi supported direct uploads to social media sites, rather than going via Lumix logon
Обзор Panasonic Lumix GF6 — Стиль, компактность и функциональность в одном флаконе
24 October 2013
Summary: В целом камера получилась действительно сбалансированной. За вполне адекватные деньги вы получаете устройство, которое может вам предоставить качество, удобство, скорость, красоту и надежность.