The Panasonic GH1 released in 2009 was the first Micro Four Thirds camera to record full HD video and it was also the first camera with an interchangeable lens to have auto-focus while shooting video. And because it was designed without the classic DSLR mirror, it was small - even smaller than HD DSLR cameras. We check out if the upgraded GH2 has the chops to better its predecessor.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is the update to the first ever Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera, the G1, released to market in late 2008. Find out in our full review on what's new in this successor and how it fares against compacts and DSLRs today.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.
It has been more than a year since the Micro Four Thirds standard was announced, promising DSLR-like image quality in smaller than DSLR bodies. With the new Panasonic Lumix GF1 we're reviewing today, does the standard deliver? Dive in to our review today to find out.
We take a look at the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH1, the first Micro Four Thirds camera which can record HD video, and the first camera in the world with interchangeable lenses to record video with auto-focus.
Panasonic might just have redefined the meaning of "prosumer" with the introduction of its LUMIX G1. Our initial impressions, after the jump.