We’ve already had an unboxing of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1, along with a mini comparison to similar cameras, although some of them were getting on a bit. However, the true test will be to give the GM1 a full review, and that is just what you get in the video below.
We will be showing you a head-to-head with the Pentax Q7 later today, so for now just enjoy this Panasonic Lumix GM1 diminutive review. The video is from a favorite of ours, Blunty, and he makes it very clear that the GM1 has a lot of similar features to the GX7, albeit in a much smaller body.
The video begins with something rather amusing, and that is when Blunty asks a rhetorical question, and that is “Does size matter, or is it just how you use it that really counts,” which we have so say made us laugh when you put it into context.
Panasonic’s GM1 has created a huge amount of excitement because it is a very interesting camera, which is because this is the world’s smallest Micro Four Thirds camera, and one of the smallest Interchangeable Lens cameras as well.
Having premium camera guts inside a small body is another reason why the GM1 has generated a huge amount of hype. The video review of the Panasonic GM1 runs for just over 8 minutes, and in that time you are treated to several test images, which look awesome. There are several real world tests as well, such as testing low-light performance and so much more.
The video will leave you with one thought in your mind, where will you find the money to purchase the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1?