Panasonic GX800 : Small, compromised but it has its place
From Amateur Photographer (AP) Magazine
“With the Lumix GX800 Panasonic has taken the main imaging components of its higher-end models from last year and squeezed them into a really compact pocketable form.
The result is one of the smallest interchangeable-lens models we;ve seen recently, and with the 12-32mm pancake zoom it’ll happily slip into a large pocket or a small bag.
The Four Thirds sensoir gives very decent image quality too, just as long as you keep an eye on exposure and white balance.
For those interested in video, its thye smallest interchangeable -lens camera that can record 4K at a decent frame rate of 30fps.
Its an interesting alternative for anyone considering an enthusiast compact especially for existing Micro Four Third users who already own some lenses”.