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Panasonic Lumix GF1 12.1MP Digital System Camera 14-45mm Lens Kit - Black

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  • LUMIX G Micro System interchangeable lens digital camera
  • The world’s smallest, lightest body and artistic flat design
  • High image quality with 12.1-megapixel Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine HD
  • HD movie in AVCHD lite and motion picture P mode
  • Artistic My Color and Peripheral Defocus modes in full-time live view

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: Lumix GF1 14-45mm Lens Kit (Black)
  • ASIN: B002OB495A
  • Date first available at 6 Sept. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,124 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GF1 featured in black has a live MOS sensor that makes it capable of taking images at a resolution of 12.1 MP. This Panasonic camera body includes a sensor dust-reduction option, along with TTL phase detection, a digital zoom of 4x, and a super-sonic wave filter. Furthermore, this digital SLR 12.1 MP camera offers an LCD screen size of 7.62 cm (3 inches) with a touch panel facility, allowing the user to navigate through the images and videos with ease. Also, this Panasonic camera body supports a maximum image resolution of 4000x3000 pixels and features an image stabilization option to ensure true high-definition video results. Additionally, the Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GF1 digital camera provides ample storage capacity and supports a variety of flash memory cards, including SD and SDHC, and it contains enhanced features such as digital image rotation, image editing options, a built-in speaker, intelligent scene selector, USB 2.0 compatibility, and 720p HD movie recording. This 12.1 MP camera comes equipped with enhanced features that include a continuous shooting speed range of 2 fps to 3 fps, autofocus and face-detection capability, 144 exposure metering zones, and a shutter speed ranging from 1/4000 s to 60 s. The Panasonic camera body measures 11.94 cm wide by 3.56 cm high by 7.11 cm deep (4.7 inches by 1.4 inches by 2.8 inches) and weighs 0.28 kg (10.1 oz).

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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By LondonMark on 21 Dec. 2009
Fed up as I was of lugging about small back packs full of lenses, adapters, filters etc and wanting DSLR quality I settled on the GF1. This is a small ( although not compact ) camera that will just about fit in a pocket. As others have described its technical qualities I wont repeat them - they are however staggeringly good. The real advantage to the semi novice is the combination of easy point and shoot photography, DSLR quality and size. In a world of technology convergence the GF1 will meet almost all of your everyday needs. It is however not compromised by this convergence. Do shop around. Prices vary enormously. The cheapest `package' deal was found by bartering on Tottenham Court Rd, London. Cheaper than Amazon
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on 27 Dec. 2010
I have had SLR's (film and digital) since 1972. I bought my GF1 about 6 months ago and I have just now sold my DSLR and all its lenses and accessories. I won't pretend that the GF1 can do *everything* a DSLR can, but no matter, I can't put the GF1 down.

I don't use the scene settings, just the Manual, Aperture priority and Shutter priority settings. Picture quality is very very good and the various controls give you a choice of jpeg rendering (saturation, sharpness, contrast, 4 kinds of b&w, etc etc) which can be used immediately. I record the raw files as well for large print needs, but I suspect I could do without.

I bought the GF1 with the 14-45mm zoom, a good quality lens, not very fast but then it is stabilised and the GF1 handles higher ISO's well. A good generalist lens, though obviously not a sports/wildlife combo.

I have just purchased an Olympus Zuiko 9-18mm super wide angle which I love; again it's a bit slow but that doesn't matter so much. I chose this over the Panasonic 7-14 primarily for cost reasons: the Zuiko cost me about 600, the Panasonic is well over 1,000. The size and quality of the Zuiko match the GF1 very well and the 9mm (18mm equivalent) is wide enough for me... Up to your purse and your need to go down to 7mm.

I have now ordered the electronic viewfinder. At first I thought I couldn't live without one, but have enjoyed the experience of using the screen; I will continue to use the screen for most shots, but there are instances where a viewfinder is better.

I haven't found any downsides from a photographic point of view; this is a system camera and a good one.

I do think Panasonic have gone overboard with prices of certain accessories, in particular the batteries, mains adapter and the (wired) remote, all of which will bring tears to your eyes. Other than that, you won't regret buying a GF1
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By StM on 12 Dec. 2010
The Panasonic GF1 is surely more portable than a DSLR like the D90, but the 14-45 lens is fairly big, so you won't be able to put it in your pouch, and besides that it's very hard to find a good bag to put it into (and when it's good, it's ugly). You really have to go for the 20mm pancake lens if you want an almost-compact camera.

If the size and weight don't concern you, the 14-45 is a great lens. It's silent, it focuses instantly (and I mean really, it's better than many lenses I have for my Nikon D90), and the OIS stabilizer does a really great job with low-light shots of static subjects. I'm also really impressed by the performance of the sensor, the pictures are in fact closer to DSLR quality than to compact quality.

The automatic mode (iAuto) relies a bit too much on the image stabilizer, as it keeps ISOs down while lowering the exposure time. The manual mode on the other hand gives you full control, but I personally missed the capability to focus a peripheral subject without going to the specific scene mode.

The video mode is very good, with many selectable formats, good quality, and not too big file size. The maximum lenght of a video is 30 minutes, using the AVCHD lite format, while in MJPEG it's 22 minutes with lowest resolution. The autofocus during videos is fairly good, and you can manually focus (even though you could miss the zoom that pops up when you manually focus for stills).

I gifted this camera to someone with talent but not much technique and with experience only with compact cameras, hoping this would help her to learn the basics of serious photography. I was amazed by her shots, and how easily and rapidly she learned to use the camera in a creative (and technically conscious) way.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bahn on 7 May 2010
As the technical data is listed here and the capabilities of this camera are very well tested at other places like dpreview i will only describe my personal impressions here.

This camera is placed somewhere between bridge, compact and FT-SLRs so the dimensions of this set are not really compact anymore, though it is still pocketable with larger jackets like my NorthFace outdoor jacket, but far away from APSC-SLRs with standard zoom, the weight is neither light nor heavy but tangible enough to keep a slow hand while shooting photos.

Even in my relative large hands, glove size 11, it is well balanced, smooth to handle and buttons / dials are well placed to be easily reached and manipulated.

Zoom goes smooth without remarkable backlash, buttons and dials, especially the shutter release, have a well defined action point and do lack of any kind like unprecise or unreliable action.

Lens hood goes tautly but though smooth and with a defined end stop.

The monitor is bright and crisp, also in bright environment, and i couldn't find any creak or squeak on the body or lens so far.

Though this camera is already well balanced and dimensioned it could make sense to attach the snug case, at least the bottom part of it, to make the handling and fun in large hands complete.

Taking pictures in real life this camera is miles ahead of the Canon G11, which i tested as well while the decision process buying a new camera, in a matter of speed.
The well going zoom lens and the AF speed makes you already take a photo while the G11 has just finished adjusting the right focal length by the rocker and starts to focus, in bright light and foremost in dark conditions.
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