More reviews and test results for the ultra small Panasonic GM1 micro four thirds mirrorless camera is now available. DxOMark has posted a review for the Panasonic GM1 and tested the sensor performance of the camera.
The GM1 achieves a DxOMark score of 66 points and is ranked in 98th place. The GM1 delivers not the exact same performance of the GX7 camera. The Olympus OM-D E-M1 has the best color depth at 23-bits of the MFT cameras.
Imaging Resource posted the first part of their GM1 review and image quality results with several sample images. See their conclusion below.
Panasonic GM1 Review : Sensor Performance and Test Results
Panasonic GM1 sensor performance and test results also contain a comparison between the GM1 vs. GX7. See below for the details and their conclusion.
From DxOMark Conclusion :
While it’s slightly disappointing that the sensor in the GM1 can’t match that of the GX7, the former is a few bucks south of $1000 body only. Nevertheless it has competitive image quality in a genuinely small package and the usefulness of the high-speed shutter shouldn’t be overlooked. Paired with the new zoom or the 20mm f1.7 pancake, the GM1 should prove popular as a walkabout.
From Imaging Resource review:
The GM1 feels strong, light and sturdy, and the compact 12-32mm makes it a go-anywhere camera. The autofocus system on the GM1 was brought over from the GX7, and it’s quite impressive.
Panasonic GM1 Price and Availability
Panasonic GM1 with the new 12-32mm F3.5-5.6 lens price is $749.99.
Panasonic GM1 is a ultra small rangefinder style micro four thirds camera that shares the same 16-megapixel sensor as the GX7 and also offers silent shooting at shutter speeds as high as 1/16000 sec. Panasonic GM1 also features Wi-Fi, and 1080/60i video recording.
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