Panasonic Lumix DMC – G1 Reviews 

The SLR camera from Panasonic has excellent AF speed, precision and quality. It has superb and has great live view experience. You get plenty of images processing features to work with.

by Devika Rajpali Tuesday, April 12, 2011
The SLR camera from Panasonic has excellent AF speed, precision and quality. It has superb and has great live view experience. You get plenty of images processing features to work with. This G1 camera from Panasonic is just great when it comes to point –and-shoot and SLRs. The Panasonic Lumix is a small camera that is manageable and amicable. However, the nicest thing about the camera is the flexibility and the ability to focus point is also a big advantage.

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 reviews tell a lot about the performance and have come to a conclusion that the Panasonic has successfully steered out a better and best camera that can give you life-like pictures and with great quality. The Panasonic Lumix comes with interchangeable lenses, traditional shutter and a large sensor.

However, you will find no optical viewfinder or mirror. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 has come out a mix of both the DSLR and the point-and-shoot mechanism. The camera has a 12.1 megapixels and has simultaneous 4 channel data reading that supplies a 60 fps imaging on the display. This ensures that you have a smoother and life-like image.

The shooting modes of the camera are the intelligent auto, that is a improvement on the auto modes and ensure you have a more intelligent exposure choice and the feature works well to serve good images with a limited selection of adjustments. The Program includes white balance, sensitivity and many other features to access quick menus and the most important ones.

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 is provided with aperture priority and the user can choose the lens and camera chooses the shutter speed. But if the user chooses the shutter speed the camera chooses the lens aperture.

Manually the user can select the lens aperture, shutter speed and the ISO for the right exposure. You also get a total of nine scene presets. There are five scenes on the mode dial and the other four on the quick-access scene menu. Even the color, contrast and the sharpness can be adjusted with the color mode.

The Panasonic digital camera price list is based on the cost-sensitive users and is reasonably priced. Although they come with low-cost, the quality is not compromised on any front and you get the best, when you opt for the Panasonic digital camera. The Panasonic SLR camera price is Rs. 37, 499 approximately.

Devika Rajpali is a well known author and has written articles on Electronic Appliances and Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 reviews,slr camera comparison,panasonic camcorders price,Binoculars, many other subjects.

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