Summary: While the GF5's improvements over its predecessor are minimal, this isn't necessarily a bad thing, especially when you consider that the GF3 was an award-winning model. The GF5 continues to embody the true meaning of what it is to be a Compact System Camera, and is sure to appeal to many. It maintains its compact dimensions and consumer usability, while continuing to deliver with regards to both performance and an impressive level of image quality.
Excerpt: and has several updates when compared to the GF3, as well as a new rubber grip, it features a high resolution screen, improved AF performance, 14 creative effects, enhanced noise performance and updated user interface.
Pros: Fast AF speed, Fast Continuous Shooting Speed, New rubber grip for improved handling, Excellent 920k dot touch-screen, Additional creative effects, Improved video recording with stereo sound, Pinpoint AF confirms focus point, Extremely compact when used with X kit lens or pancakes
Cons: More advanced users may be better off looking at the, Noticeable vignetting with the X kit lens, No mode dial, lacks flash hot-shoe