What happens when you pair up the capable Panasonic Lumix GF1 with the Olympus Micro Zuiko 17 mm f2.8 Pancake lens? Well, quite obviously you get this 6 test chart photo gallery which shows you the Panasonic GF1’s image quality from ISO 100 to ISO 3200 and also the image quality characteristics of the Micro Zuiko 17 mm f2.8 pancake lens.
Gallery photos taken by Brad Soo – February 10th, 2010
Clicking on the photo thumbnails will open up a full-sized version of the photo, taken straight out of the camera with no editing or post-processing done. Be warned that the file sizes of full photos are very large and may take time to load. All photos were taken at full resolution, Fine quality, 3:2 aspect ratio and using the camera’s default settings unless otherwise noted. The lens used was the Olympus Micro Zuiko 17 mm f2.8 pancake lens.
Photos were taken using a production-quality, retail Panasonic Lumix GF1 model along with a production-quality, retail lens. Focal length numbers mentioned below are 35 mm equivalent, after the 2X crop factor of the Micro Four Thirds sensor.
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