Full Review posted for Panasonic G2!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Tuesday, May 4, 2010 - 23:47 EDT)
Now with a new touch interface, the Panasonic G2 replaces the very first Micro Four Thirds mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera, the G1.
When we first saw the Panasonic G2's features demonstrated, it seemed like more of an overall upgrade, but it's more of an evolution to the design, resulting in little change from an imaging standpoint, with a more dramatic improvement in the Panasonic G2's user interface. And what an improvement! We never thought we'd care for touch on an SLR-like camera, but Panasonic applies the technology carefully, using it to greatly speed AF-point selection and Quick menu navigation, leaving the buttons for the main menu and other functions. The excellent EVF continues to excel, the LCD still articulates, and the sensor performs a little better with a high ISO setting, and there's a new lens. How does it all come together as a whole? Click here for our review of the Panasonic Lumix G2 digital camera to find out.