Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
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Monday, October 29, 2012
They say that the new Panasonic GF5 focuses faster than many DSLRs. This is impressive, given that focus speed for many, many years was the big Archilles' Heel of small cameras.
The camera is also real damn small. So if the image quality is similar to that of the GX1, then we have a heck of a cam here. (Oughtter have in-body stabilization, of course.)
Good looking sucker, ain't it.
The lens is Panasonic's collapsible zoom. I have it and like it. Not a huge range, obviously, but it's very compact, and has pretty nice image quality.