Nice outdoor pictures but requires expertise for indoor. No viewfinder makes it difficult to take photos in sunny conditions
16 August 2014
Summary: Bought for a vacation. Took great pictures but too much time to learn the technology. Would have preferred a viewfinder because the sunlight at times makes it difficult to see the image one is trying to capture. Much better photos outdoors than indoors. Should be shipped with the Advanced Manual.
Summary: Really like this camera. Definitely bigger and heavier than GF3 and GF5, probably due to Wifi unit. Wifi is interesting, but finicky. It will connect once, then not connect at all. Frustrating. One star off for wifi.
Excerpt: I just bought the GF6 as my first micro 3/4 camera a few days ago, and I bought the black version with the new 14-42mm 3.5-5.6 II lens on it. One of the reasons why I select the GF6 is due to I had very good results from another Panasonic: the SZ15, it is a terrific small compact camera with 16x...
Summary: it's great, I checked it's performance and attached some sample photos the camera preforms well in many conditions, from low light to macro shot, however for full macro images needs a special lens for that, the camera has a great weight, and it's small and very easy and relaxing to hold and to shoot...
Excerpt: With the improvement in mobile phone technology, the dedicated camera is sometimes forgotten. Zoom, panoramic shots and macro mode are all standard fayre these days on mobiles, so what does the future hold for the trusty camera?
Light, compact, thick and long zoom, quick to action
30 July 2014
Excerpt: Introduction: I like my TZ10 camera very much apart from the dust getting into the lenses issue (see my TZ10 review). I used it frequently when I was out and about and usually just kept it in my trousers pocket i.e. rough everyday handling.
Pros: Light & compact, quick to action with huge zoom, good value for money