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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 + G VARIO 14-42mm SLR Camera Kit 16.05MP Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black

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Short summary description Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 + G VARIO 14-42mm SLR Camera Kit 16.05MP Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black:
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 + G VARIO 14-42mm, SLR Camera Kit, 16.05 MP, Live MOS, 4608 x 3456 pixels, 1712 x 1712,1824 x 1368,1920 x 1080,2448 x 2448,3264 x 1840,3264 x 2448,3456 x 3456,4608 x 3456, JPG
Long summary description Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 + G VARIO 14-42mm SLR Camera Kit 16.05MP Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black :

Panasonic DMC-G5 + G VARIO 14-42mm, Lumix. Camera type: SLR Camera Kit, Megapixel: 16.05 MP, Sensor type: Live MOS. Digital zoom: 4x, Focal length range (f-f): 14 - 42 mm, Minimum focal length (35mm film equiv): 28 mm. Focus adjustment: Auto, Auto focusing (AF) modes: Face detection, Focus: TTL. ISO sensitivity: 160, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, Light exposure modes: Aperture priority AE, Manual, Light exposure correction: ± 5EV (1/3EV step). Flash modes: Auto, Forced on, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-09
Testseek has collected 101 expert reviews for Panasonic DMC-G5KEG and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
81%
Source Review comments Score
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-14
The Lumix G5's 3in rear touchscreen and electronic viewfinder are both super-sharp, but they also suffer from a spot of distracting picture noise. As we've come to expect, a sensor switches on the EVF when you put your eye to it...
Good Fast autofocus, Excellent manual controls, Smooth video...
Bad Sluggish touchscreen...
100%
photoreview.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-07
Panasonic's new Lumix DMC-G5 is the ninth model in the G-Micro series and replaces the G3 as the flagship in the line-up. The G3 will continue to be available, at least for the foreseeable future, with a price tag that's about $190 lower than the G5's. Th...
88%
amateurphotographer.co.uk
Updated:
2014-04-02
Panasonics Lumix DMC-G1 was the model that kick-started the compact system camera market. Although the range has since expanded to include the GH, GF and GX versions, the G series retains its popularity due to the inclusion of a viewfinder, hotshoe mount...
Bottom line The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 remains a more DSLR-like experience to use than most current compact system camera models. The improvements to the sensor and processing engine enable an impressive performance and show that a smaller-format sensor can compete a...
82%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-11
As the first company to introduce a compact system camera, Panasonic has led the way in terms of innovation in this sector of the market.The latest Micro Four Thirds camera introduced into the fold is the Panasonic G5, which it believes to be one of its b...
Good Touchscreen, Creative control (digital filters), EVF, New grip...
Bad Auto white balance sometimes inaccurate, Using touchpad AF in portrait mode is tricky...
Bottom line Buying Guide Best compact system camera Panasonic is keen to push the G5 under a new category name, DSLM, or Digital Single Lens Mirrorless. It has a slightly larger size (when compared with something like the GF5 for instance), so this would seem to fit...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09
In terms of CSCs, Panasonic has its Lumix GF line up resembling super-sized compacts, plus its G and GH models, which, as with the 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds system G5 here, appear as if shrunken digital SLRs. The advantage of these slightly larger...
Good Eye sensor activated EVF, large firm handgrip, as well suited to shooting video as it is stills via Power Zoom and creative flexibility of tilt and swivel LCD, feature packed spec list won’t disappoint...
Bad Mechanised power zoom may not be to the tastes of existing DSLR users (but lens can be swapped), some loss of focus towards frame edges at maximum wide angle if nitpicking...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
Panasonic’s latest G5 compact system camera shows that the company’s power zoom lenses are here to say. Why? Because the camera now has a compact-esque zoom toggle, though there’s also the option to use more traditional twist-zoom or focus lenses too...
Good Fast autofocus, touchscreen responsiveness, decent image quality, detailed electronic viewfinder, body-based zoom toggle to control power zoom lenses...
Bad Continuous autofocus still not quite there, power zoom lenses won’t suit all, power zoom also adds to price, little image quality improvement compared to G3, high ISO performance won’t see off the APS-C sensor competition, where’s the microphone input?...
Bottom line The G5 is the most hybrid-like mashup of a compact and DSLR-like camera that we’ve yet seen. There’s lots to like: image quality is decent, controls are never far away, the touchscreen LCD is responsive and power zoom lenses can now be controlled from...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
The first thing we noticed when we picked up the G5 was the new switch-like control just behind the shutter-release button on the camera's upper edge. This is used to control the zoom function with motorised lenses (like Panasonic's 14-42 mm and 45-175...
Good Improved design and build (grip handle, more buttons, presence detector, etc.), Customisable interface (five Fn buttons, Quick menu, etc.), Swivel touchscreen, Silent electronic shutter, Excellent image quality up to 1600 ISO, still decent at 3200 ISO, 1080p video mode at 60 fps...
Bad Battery life could be better, Viewfinder is dull, sequential display can cause colour breakup effects, Limitations in Silent Shutter more (no flash), Video mode could be more comprehensive (no mic port or manual mode)...
Bottom line The Panasonic Lumix G5 is a real "mini-SLR" kind of a camera, with a good design, practical handling and plenty of controls. The electronic shutter is very handy when you want to shoot unnoticed and image quality is good in both photo and video modes...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
Compact system cameras have been with us for around four years now, with Panasonic kicking off the genre with its launch of the Lumix G1 back in 2008. Since then, Panasonic has expanded its range with a host of different CSC models tailored to different...
Good Solid build quality, Improved handling over the G3, Impressive image quality...
Bad Touchscreen could still be improved, Launch price a bit expensive...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
As the first company to introduce a compact system camera, Panasonic has led the way in terms of innovation in this sector of the market. The latest Micro Four Thirds camera introduced into the fold is the Panasonic G5, which it believes to be one of i...
Good Touchscreen, Creative control (digital filters), EVF, New grip...
Bad Auto white balance sometimes inaccurate, Using touchpad AF in portrait mode is tricky...
Bottom line Panasonic has once again delivered a very interesting proposition in the shape of the G5. Purchasing the camera as a twin lens kit, with the new ultra-portable 45-150mm lens would arguably make this the ultimate holiday combination...
80%
photoanswers.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09
Features & Build Placing the G5 next to its predecessor, it's immediately clear that there have been a number of changes to the overall design. Despite being only a few millimetres different, it seems Panasonic has decided to beef up the G5 by adding a de...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09
Panasonic's Lumix DMC-G5 is the successor to last year's Lumix DMC-G3. It retains many of the key features of that camera, such as the 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor, built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF) and flash, and, of course, a small body. It's a ca...
Good Crisp and clear image quality, Quick overall performance, Lots of features to play with...
Bad Physical controls could be a little better, What you see on the screen is not always what is captured...
Bottom line This is a great model to choose if you're after a small-ish camera that can take different lenses. Importantly, it has the ability to capture very clear images, and it's quite user friendly overall...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09
Panasonic's Lumix DMC-G5 is the successor to last year's Lumix DMC-G3 . It retains many of the key features of that camera, such as the 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor, built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF) and flash, and, of course, a small body. It's a came...
80%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 ($799.99 direct with lens) is the latest in Panasonic’s line of SLR-styled Micro Four Thirds camera bodies. The 16-megapixel shooter looks and handles a lot like a scaled-down D-SLR. It has an extremely sharp eye-level EVF, a va...
Bottom line The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 edges out some other excellent cameras to earn our Editors' Choice award for compact interchangeable lens cameras under $1,000...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-11-09
Style wise, the brand's interchangeable lens Lumix G system cameras are divided between those resembling over-sized pocket snappers, like the Panasonic GX1 or GF5 , and those appearing as if miniature DSLRs , such as the Panasonic G3 , GH3, and this, the...
Good Swivel and tilt rear LCD, Highres EVF, Great at video and stills...
Bad Not very compact, Cost as much as a DSLR...
80%
avhub.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-26
It's fair to say that the development of the compact system camera (CSC) hasn't gone to script. For one of the pioneers of the concept, Panasonic, this has necessitated continual rejigging of its line-up to better target models at the various categories o...
Bottom line The various additions and upgrades over the G3 essentially put the G5 back in the game as far as enthusiast-level users are concerned, and this is further cemented by the recent arrivals in the Lumix G lens system. It is a very different animal to the Oly...
0%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2014-02-09
Compact system cameras are still a tough sell for the American buying public. With prices that come close to those of low-end DSLRs, it's no surprise that it's been slow going for the Micro Four Thirds standard.Even though cameras like the OM-D and our be...
Bottom line The Panasonic G5 clearly suffers from middle child syndrome. It allows for more manual control and has better custom options than Panasonic's GF cameras, but it isn't the well-balanced jack-of-all-trades that the company has in the GH3. Its MSRP unfairly...
0%
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