The Panasonic GX8 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera earned a high score and awarded as silver from Dpreview.
A full in-depth review of the Panasonic GX8 published by Dpreview experts. The shooter which incorporates a Micro Four Thirds sensor achieves a score of 82% and gets silver award overall. Details are as follows.
The camera review includes body and design, control and menus, handling, performance and features explained, video and still image quality and lots of sample images for the compact shooter.
Panasonic GX8 Earned the Silver Award With a High Score
From Dpreview conclusion:
The Panasonic Lumix-DMC GX8 is a hugely appealing mirrorless camera. Combining enthusiast-friendly ergonomics, an innovative tilting viewfinder and a solid feature set in both stills and video modes, the GX8 is a great all-rounder. Pretty much the only black mark against the GX8 is a persistent problem with shutter-induced softness in some shooting situations – an issue that Panasonic gets credit for trying to address in firmware, but has failed to completely eliminate.
Lumix-DMC GX8 features the company’s first Dual I.S (Image Stabiliser), a 20.3-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, a large tiltable LVF and 4K video recording capability. It integrates a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor to achieve superior image quality and makes it the first Micro Four Thirds camera to break the 20MP barrier.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 is available from the camera stores in all-black or black-and-silver variants for $1,199.99 body only.