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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7EB-K G Series Compact System Camera - Black (Body Only, 16MP)


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  • New 16MP Micro 4/3 Sensor for Best Ever Picture Quality Body Only Black
  • Super High Resolution 2.76 Million Dot Tiliting Electronic ViewFinder
  • 1040k Super High Resolution Tilting LCD Screen
  • Focus Peaking with Pinpoint AF Magnification (upto x10) & In Body Image Stabilisation
  • Dual Dial Control with added in camera gamma curve control and super fast AF

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7EB-K G Series Compact System Camera - Black (Body Only, 16MP) + Panasonic H-PS14042E-K Lumix G X VARIO 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH Lightweight Standard Zoom Lens
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Colour Name: Black | Style Name: Body Only
  • Item Weight: 358 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: DMC-GX7EB-K
  • ASIN: B00EALA01Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Aug 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,426 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Trev-R TOP 100 REVIEWER on 1 Feb 2014
Style Name: Body OnlyColour Name: Silver Verified Purchase
Update: WEF an update to Photomatix 15 Feb (for me) the software now works perfectly with RAW files from this camera.

UPDATE: If you use Photomatix Pro for HDR using RAW files then read my note I have added at the bottom of this review (02/02/14)
UPDATE: Solving WiFi connection issue when no Access Point found by camera. See bottom of review (02/02/14)

I own a G3 and bought the GX7 as an upgrade and to be able to use my existing lens collection. I have just uploaded an image to the customer gallery which shows an extreme zoom in of photos taken within 5 minutes of each other using exactly the same settings on each camera and lens. I zoomed in using photoshop until the pixels appeared on screen then did a screen capture at this maximum magnification. The settings are in the text of the image.

The bottom line is that in real world conditions the G3 is just as good as the GX7 and in fact is much easier to use. The GX7 is a lovely camera, well built and with a fantastic range of features that the G3 doesn't have. Controlling the camera using my Xperia Z Pad was amazing. The camera itself has a high quality feel in the hand, I find all of the switches and dials easy to locate and use and they are very intuitive.

However, extra features aside, I have found the much cheaper G3 (£249 inc lens) gives results which are just as good as the GX7. In fact I find the metering on the G3 to be better than the GX7 which constantly seems to underexpose by about a stop. (I have checked all settings BTW) I took both cameras out and about around town and took similar photos with both cameras, printed them out and showed them to a couple of friends who are not into photography. Both preferred the photos shot with the G3.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alasdair Wilkie on 11 July 2014
Style Name: 20mm LensColour Name: Black Verified Purchase
A brilliant cameras and now my main camera, replacing my Olympus E620. Using the lighter M4/3rds lenses makes a great difference to my back, carrying four or five lenses is in bag, saving about 30% weight.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gerald Horgan on 21 Feb 2014
Style Name: Body OnlyColour Name: Black
Have the camera for 4 months and quite simply it is great .
High quality photos /videos perfect for the work I do
I upgraded from a GX1 and I am not disappointed .
The only flaw I can see is that the camera has has no video stabilization for Olympus lenses
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By baze on 23 Oct 2013
Style Name: 14-42mm LensColour Name: Black
I've been waiting a couple of years for a more "serious" compact system camera (I almost bought GX1 when it came out but decided to wait a bit longer) and Panasonic has finally nailed it. There's no point in repeating its feature set but I have to say the overall ergonomy and manual controls are great, it's a joy to shoot with. IBIS and viewfinder are certainly welcome too. I'm also glad Panasonic stuck to its traditional understated styling and didn't make the camera overly retro. Wasn't it Aristotle who said the whole is greater than the sum of its parts? The GX7 exactly fits this description.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David, Edinburgh on 1 Jun 2014
Style Name: 20mm LensColour Name: Black Verified Purchase
Coming from an 35mm APS-C background, I was wanting something smaller and lighter. I had looked at micro-four-thirds in the past, and the bodies and lenses I saw then were not /that/ much smaller, and there was no EVF, so I didn't buy. This camera is not cheap, but it includes an EVF which is very clear, and almost every other feature under the sun! The fact that the Advance Features manual runs to nearly 400 pages may put some buyers off, but there are simple shooting modes available if you wish. I still find that I'm pressing buttons when I shouldn't, so I do need to be careful and look what the viewfinder is telling me. I'm only a week into using the camera so I have a lot to learn about it. I am expecting the battery not to last as long as on a 35mm DSLR, so I also bought a lower-cost spare battery. I bought the 20mm pancake lens for lower-light use, and the "kit" of camera and lens saved some money on buying separately.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. N. Akhtar on 23 April 2014
Style Name: 20mm LensColour Name: Silver
This is the most feature packed, reasonably priced and attractive camera to date. For me, the most attractive feature was its electronic shutter, which is completely silent, so much so that you only hear little wizz of the lens sometime, and is completely unnoticed in any place where silence needs to be observed, like candid, religious places, birds photos etc.

Image quality is top notch too with this sensor and Panasonic has improved it a lot compare to initial G/GF/GX series, matching up to the flagship GH models like GH3.

If I have to pick any cons, then electronic viewfinder is not as comfortable as GH1 (the camera I was using before) and the IBIS (though it is a welcome addition) is not perfect, although it is not buggy as some light weight Olympus bodies.

It's Wifi implementation is very easy to connect and I found no trouble at all capturing photos from Android phone remote app.

Looks are subjective but to my eyes its best to date m4/3 body, very well made camera with beautifully crafted and buttons of right sizes and behavior and the bundled lens has same polish and rigid shell.

All the missing features like Panorama mode and HDR also implemented.

I am very satisfied and it's highly recommended!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Martin Beecroft on 22 April 2014
Style Name: 20mm LensColour Name: Silver
I have been (and am still) a user of Canon DSLR cameras over a number of years. I have also used Panasonic compact cameras and a Panasonic camcorder as backup, with very impressive results. I decided to by the GX7 micro4/3 camera as a backup for my DSLR and as a smaller lighter system for street and travel photography. All the reports and reviews on this camera read well and the retro looks are certainly a head turner. I actually bought the camera from my local high street camera shop although the price is the same on Amazon.

The camera is well constructed and feels solid in the hand. The control buttons are well placed, easy to access and the 4 function buttons can be user programmed if your not satisfied with the factory pre-sets. The wi-fi is a big improvement on previous Panasonic cameras, making it very easy to use an iPhone or most Android mobiles as a remote control. I use an HTC One mobile and had no difficulty setting it up with the camera. The 20mm Panasonic lens is excellent and very fast auto focus. I am awaiting delivery of a 14-42 zoom lens and will be buying a 45-150 soon. Image quality is superb and the whole experience with this camera has convinced me of the merits of the micro 4/3 system, for my photographic requirements anyway. It is so much easier to carry than a full size DSLR when out and about. A special mention must be reserved for the electronic view finder on this camera; it is quite simply superb!

Panasonic have built a real gem with this camera which, I believe, will fulfil the requirements of both amateur and professional photographers alike. IT IS FABULOUS!
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