Here’s the Panasonic Lumix GF1 Preview Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Panasonic Lumix GF1 preview for more about the camera as well.
Gallery photos taken by Brad Soo – September 18th, 2009
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, optical image stabilization on and using the camera’s default settings unless otherwise noted. The lens used was the Lumix 14-45 mm f4.0 – f5.6 OIS kit lens.
Photos were taken using a pre-production Panasonic Lumix GF1 model. For that reason, you probably should wait until our full, final review comes out before judging the Lumix GF1.
NOTICE: Again, these photos were taken using a pre-production camera. Do not judge the quality here until we review the final, production-level unit!
I’ll be reshooting all gallery sample photos once I get my hands on a 100% finalized, retail version of the Lumix GF1.
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What kind of half-assed review is this? You shoot at 3:2 when the native aspect ratio is 4:3 and on top of that, not one shot is in focus and your target is poorly lit. Nice reflection at the top left, by the way.
Try again, and do it right this time.
It’s called a preview gallery, I don’t see anything that mentions this being a ‘review’. Shots were taken using pre-production camera (where of course people tend make some leeway as some things may not be working entirely and/or perfectly). I used center autofocus, no touching of the manual focus ring - but then again, this is a pre-production unit (see explanation above). The poorly lit ‘targets’ are meant to show how the camera performs in low-light, something that many of our readers have been asking for.
And hmm, I’m sure I did put a notice that I will be reshooting all shots after I get a finalized unit of the Lumix GF1 (me thinks it’s the sentence just before the collection of samples). My suggestion to you would be to wait till a final review of a retail/production level comes out.
Rob – You’re being a tool. Info on this camera is pretty limited right now Low light performance info is what I’m after. If you didn’t find it useful, shut your pie hole and move on.
Rob - You’re being a tool. Info on this camera is pretty limited right now Low light performance info is what I’m after. If you didn’t find it useful, shut your pie hole and move on.