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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1KEB-S Compact System Digital Camera with 12-32mm Lens - Silver

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12-32mm Lens
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  • An ultra compact body with the mirrorless design, and a large image sensor with the Micro Four Thirds System standard.
  • High Picture Quality and Fast, Accurate AF - 16.00M Digital Live MOS Sensor, Venus Engine, Light Speed AF
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity with Smartphone / Tablet - Easy Remote Shooting and Picture
  • Creative Control - Monochrome Filters - Creative Control gives you the expressive power to turn ordinary situations into highly special scenes
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Product details

Style Name: 12-32mm Lens | Colour Name: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 9.9 x 5.5 cm ; 204 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 739 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: DMC-GM1KEB-S
  • ASIN: B00JPH42TE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,857 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Style Name: 12-32mm Lens | Colour Name: Silver

Product Description

The Art of LUMIX GM
LUMIX GM1KEB Compact System Digital Camera

The LUMIX GM1 does not compromise on image quality, even with its remarkably compact body. It achieves this by incorporating the large Digital Live MOS Sensor based on the Micro Four Thirds System standard, together with the high-performance Venus Engine. High-precision, high-speed AF also helps to capture even the most fleeting moments. All of this makes it an ideal camera for someone who truly cares about both image quality and style.

The Art of LUMIX GM

Capture the beauty and surprise that we see in our daily lives that can disappear in the blink of an eye with the Lumix GM1. The GM1 produces high quality pictures that you can feel confident with by your side. This compact camera with high functionality awaits your creativity. Capture the art in your life.

SILKYPIX* for High Quality Development from RAW

The LUMIX GM1 complies with image recording in RAW. The bundled software SILKYPIX* Developer Studio 4.1 SE allows dramatically higher quality image development from RAW to JPEG. Even the images shot at high ISO setting can be produced sharply with minimum noise. This software also enables high quality JPEG processing, that lets you to adjust images in 16 bit data and re-develop it into JPEG with minimum deterioration of image quality. *SILKYPIX; It is a registered trademark of Ichikawa Soft Laboratory Co. , Ltd.


UNWIRE YOUR CREATIVITY with Wi-Fi
UNWIRE YOUR CREATIVITY with Wi-Fi

The LUMIX GM1 integrates Wi-Fi connectivity to offer more flexible shooting experience and instant image sharing with easy operation. All these flexible shooting / browsing / sharing style are made possible with the LUMIX GM1 and the Panasonic's dedicated application software “Panasonic Image App” for iOS / Android smartphones / tablets.

Low Light AF
Low Light AF

The Low Light AF is incorporated making it possible to set focus on the subject more precisely in such as moonlight even without AF assist lamp. It further enhances the performance to work in -4EV lower lit situations, which is as dark as starry sky with no other light source.

Ultimate Picture Quality Goes Beyond Expectation
Ultimate Picture Quality Goes Beyond Expectation

The LUMIX GM1 boasts not just its outstandingly compact profile but its high functional performance for ultimate picture quality. The large 16.00-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor achieves both high resolution and high sensitivity image recording with less noise. The Venus Engine features its advanced noise reduction systems which helps produce clear, smooth image especially for the night time scenery. The combination of the new Live MOS Sensor and the Venus Engine achieves max. ISO25600.

1920 x 1080i Full-HD Video Recording in AVCHD/MP4
1920 x 1080i Full-HD Video Recording in AVCHD/MP4

The LUMIX GM1 records smooth, high-resolution full-HD 1,920 x 1,080 60i (60 Hz) / 50i (50 Hz) videos in AVCHD or MP4* (MPEG-4 / H. 264) format*. The LUMIX GM1 also supports 1080/24p native mode with 24 Mbps in AVCHD format bringing impressive afterimage to the footage. In addition, the P / A / S / M mode also lets you enjoy expressive video recording. Thanks to optimum pixel-mix technology which is made possible by the improvement of sensor sensitivity, sharpness and clarity are improved in motion images, too. * 30 fps (NTSC area) / 25 fps (PAL area) in MP4 recording

Fast and Accurate AF
Fast and Accurate AF

All cameras of LUMIX G, and LUMIX GM1 adopt Contrast AF for its focus system. Compared with the Phase Difference System AF, the Contrast AF boasts higher accuracy especially in shooting with bright lens with small F value. The LUMIX GM1 features high-speed Light Speed AF, making it possible to capture even the fast-moving subject clearly. The camera and the lens exchange the digital signal at max. 240 fps to minimize the time to focus. The LUMIX GM1 realizes the high speed burst shooting at 5 fps in 16.00-megapixel and max. 40 fps using an electronic shutter.

Creative Control
Creative Control

The LUMIX GM1 comes with the popular Creative Control mode of 22 filter effects featuring new Rough Monochrome*, Silky Monochrome* and Monochrome in addition to the Expressive, Retro, High Key, Sepia, High Dynamic, Soft Focus*, Dynamic Monochrome, Impressive Art, One Point Color, Cross Process, Low Key, Toy Effect, Star Filter* Miniature Effect, Old Days, Sunshine*, Bleach Bypass, Toy Pop and Fantasy mode. Effect parameter of each mode is also adjustable. * For photo only.

Box Contains

DMC-GM1KEB-S
Battery pack
Battery Charger
USB Connection Cable
Shoulder Strap
CD-ROM

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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Robbie Williams on 25 Aug. 2014
Style Name: 12-32mm LensColour Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I bought this little camera because I generally carry a Nikon SLR and lenses around and I'm getting old and tired. Sometimes you just need a camera that is small and light and no hassle. I've had a series of compact cameras (Nikon, Canon, another Nikon and a Fuji) and was always faced with a dilemma: Do I take the compact, knowing that the pictures will be little better than my smartphone, or the SLR for great pictures but backache and the inability to carry much else (my camera bag is a rucksack with the body and 4 lenses in it). Problem has been solved. I knew this Lumix was good from the reviews I had read, but nothing prepared me for just HOW good it is. I've just come back from Norway where I put both cameras through their paces. With its micro 4/3 sensor the image quality is as good as my Nikon DX format. I'm not kidding. Just as good. The lens is actually slightly better than my Nikkor zooms, although as I expected not quite as sharp or fast as the primes. It focusses SO fast that I didn't miss a single shot. Ever. It's so quiet that I was able to take stealth pictures normally only possible with a phone. The "silent" mode is absolutely silent. It's tiny. Not quite shirt pocket size because the total depth including lens is about 55mm but jacket pockets definitely fit and with the included neck strap it weighs almost nothing on the shoulder too. I've been using an iPhone for video because the Nikon is pretty poor for that, but this GM1 shoots terrific video with a very good stabilisation system too. The 12-32 lens has roughly the same angle of view as a 17-55mm on a Nikon DX format SLR - that's fairly wide to a short tele (portrait) so no long tele I'm afraid. But I've just cropped some shots today and the sharpness and lack of noise is fantastic.Read more ›
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116 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Hakon Soreide TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 Feb. 2014
Style Name: 12-32mm LensColour Name: Black Verified Purchase
There is one overwhelmingly major reason for choosing the GM1 over other M43 cameras, and that is size. I have heard people bemoan the lack of an eye-level finder, small buttons, lack of grip, flip-out screen, hotshoe etc - but that is missing the point entirely. If you need those, there is plenty to choose from already. This is the one for the ones who like a camera that is as small as possible without compromising on what is the most important thing: image quality.

Ever since I sold my Canon 5D in favour of a Panasonic G1 some years ago, it was the smaller size that was the main allure of the then rather fresh-faced micro four thirds standard. I still felt the occasional need for a more compact take-everywhere camera, trying the Sigma DP1, the Canon G10 and, more recently, the Sony RX100. The latter I found rather disappointing, raving reviews notwithstanding: burnt-out highlights, high ISO noise, so-so lens, and 20 are too many megapixels for a camera that doesn't really resolve more than 12 megapixels of detail. I quickly sold it again.

Enter the Panasonic GM1, and it is the best of both worlds. It is light, it is small, and can be brought along in situations when I'd never bring my - in comparison rather bulky - Olympus OM-D E-M5.

The GM1 is also the quietest camera I've ever used. In fact, it is absolutely soundless in silent mode, and I have to look at the screen to verify that it actually took a picture.

Another thing to like is the spot-focus, zooming in on the focus spot on the screen to verify accurate focus. My first proper camera had split-screen focusing, and so I am still used to putting my focus spot in the centre of the frame, then recomposing for the shot.
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Bobster on 12 April 2014
Style Name: 12-32mm LensColour Name: Black
I was looking to spend about £500 to buy a new camera which offered higher picture quality than I was getting from my Lumix LX7. As I use a camera mainly for amateur travel photography, compactness of design was a primary consideration, as was the weight. And a close secondary consideration was a 24mm wide angle field of view (in 35mm terms). And I also like a camera to be able to take filters without the ridiculous rigmarole required for the likes of the Lumix LX7 whereby stupid adapter rings have to be bought.

With this in mind, the options I considered were the Fuji XE-1 (currently available for £500, with 24-75 lens), Ricoh GR (fixed 28mm lens) and the Lumix GM1 (24-64mm lens). (Expressing the focal lengths in 35mm terms). I was drawn to the Ricoh because of its image quality (APS-C size image sensor & excellent lens), but ruled it our in the end because I really do use the 24mm wide angle field of view in a lot of my photographs via landscapes and indoor shots. And I was drawn to the Fuji because of its image quality too, again via an APS-C sized image sensor and a sharp lens, but ruled that out on size considerations. If the Fuji had a very compact lens design, say a 24-48mm (in 35mm terms) then I would have chosen it, but alas the 16-50 lens is too big for my needs. The one thing that really gets me down with any camera is when travelling with it becomes an exercise in camera transportation logistics, like when travelling through airports and on aircraft for example. Ditto when I'm out walking; I like a camera to be pocketable so that I can easily shelter it from rain showers without the need to hawk around a camera case or backpack.

So that left the Lumix GM1. Reading online reviews, its image quality was praised as much as its compactness.
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