TobiasHjorth.com har anmeldt Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, som er et af de første “Micro Four Thirds” kameraer fra Panasonic.
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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 is one of the most compact lens-interchangeable camera´s on the market. Released in 2009 the GF1 features all the must haves from a regular point and shoot with the speed and finesse of a DSLR camera. And you can switch lenses as well.
Throughout recent years ever since the first point and shoot digital camera was released image quality has always struggled compared to film and digital SLR cameras. There’s has been some attempts of fitting the larger DSLR sensor in a smaller body lastly with the Sigma DP1 and Sigma DP2. Both great camera with stunning image quality but both werent´ the fastest on the block and both did not feature the option to mount another lens. Fast forwarding to 2008 and 09 both Olympus and Panasonic announced that they were investing heavily into their new Micro 4/3´s format. 4/3 meaning the aspect ratio of the sensor.
And so we have the GF1. Versus the closest competitor the Pen 1/2 the GF1 is less stylish camera. Its anonymous exterior will surely apply to many photographers and less average consumers. Unlike the Pen 1/2 the camera looks similar to another camera in Panasonic’s lineup namely the LX4 but still indistinguishable from its smaller brother.