Review: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7

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Review: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 can be categorised under the mirror less camera ranges. The camera more or less looks like a mini DSLR and have features of the DSLR too which you can get in an average DSLR.

It is totally articulated as it has no mirror and that can be used to optimise the quality of the pictures. There are lots of switches to control the photographical requirements. Because there is no mirror, the touch screen can also be totally used. With the camera you can capture live event s and store them as videos.

There are various features that you require in your camera for that perfect photograph which you want to click every day. The product is available at a price of $800.

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 comes with a resolution of 16 megapixel with a sensor size of 4/3 which is 17.3mmx13.0mm. The lens of the kit are 3.00x which can be zoomed, it is 14-42 mm of size. There is Viewfinder which is either EVF or LCD.

The Native ISO is 200-25600 and the Extended ISO is 100-25600. The shutter is of 1/16000 and the speed of it is 60 seconds. The maximum aperture is 3.5 that are with the kit lens. The dimension of the camera is 4.9*3.4*3.0 inches and it weighs around 19.1 oz or in other terms it is 542 grams including the kit lens and the battery.

The format of the camera is Compact camera system and is waterproof and that assures of the safety of the product whenever you need to carry it while it’s raining outside or any accidental contact with water. The Image sensor of the camera is Live MOS and the focal length of the camera is 2.0x, aspect ratio is 4:3.

The colour filter is of RGBG type and there is also an Anti Aliasing Filter is fixed in this camera. One of the most attractive features is that the camera can self clean itself, there is automatic cleaning provisions available in the camera. There is Pre-burst mode and also the camera can be connected with Wi-Fi for shooting automatically with the help of the remotes and is also used for image transfer.

The camera is highly compact and light in weight and has loads of features which must strike you if you are passionate about photography. The autofocus of the all new Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 is really quick and the performance till date is reported as of good quality.

Though the Wi-Fi is complex and the range is not that wide and also for the photographers who have big hands, gripping the camera can be an issue. If you are looking for a camera which can give you pictures of the DSLR quality then this one is a good option within a very pocket friendly budget.

Price: $800

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