Hands on with the Panasonic Lumix GX7

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Retro, meet future. This is the Panasonic Lumix GX7, a new interchangeable lens camera (ILC) from Panasonic.

The GX7 brings a 16-megapixel sensor, magnesium alloy frame and remote shooting options to the ILC fray. As opposed to earlier G-series models, the GX7 has image stabilisation built in to the camera body, which makes shooting with legacy lenses much more appealing. Focus peaking and video recording come as standard, too. Click here to read more about the specs of the GX7, and click through for hands-on photos.


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Dante Dimaano posted a comment   
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I've heard in some other reviews that image stabilization does not work in video mode which is too bad.




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