Good touchscreen implementation.
Excellent image quality that captures details and true to life colors.
Solid build design.
Interface is efficient and easy to understand.
Loaded with features for the casual user.
Great quality of lenses.
Lack of viewfinder or accessory compatibility.
Incremental advances on its predecessor.
A few build quality issues.
High ISO ranges in low light lead to noise and loss of detail.
Lack of viewfinder.
By Photo Answers on April 08, 2013
Street price: £499 (with 14-42mm lens) Effective resolution: 12.1MP Sensor type: Live MOS ISO range: 160-12,800 (extended) Lens mount: Micro Four Thirds File format: RAW, JPEG and MPO (when attaching 3D lens in Micro Four Thirds standard) ...80
By PC Advisor on November 29, 2012
The next updates, in the GF2 and GF3, cut down the camera's size considerably, albeit by sacrificing simple dial-and-button controls. The latest model, the LUMIX DMC-GF5, is a further evolution of the GF3, with a super-basic control scheme, a...70
By Good Gear Guide on November 22, 2012
Panasonic’s LUMIX GF5 completes the GF-series’ transition from compact enthusiast to super-compact point-and-shoot mirrorless camera. It’s simple, newbie-friendly, and seriously small -- but anyone looking for manual control should opt...70
By The Imaging Resource on October 30, 2012
Thanks to the pairing of compact size and the flexibility of an interchangeable lens mount, mirrorless cameras have become increasingly popular over the last few years. If you pair the Panasonic GF5 with its Power Zoom kit lens, and place it alongside...-
By DPexpert on October 18, 2012
REVIEW—PANASONIC LUMIX GF5] by terry on 18 October 2012 PANASONIC LUMIX GF5 Price: $700 with 14-42mm lens Smart alternative to a compact THE LOW-DOWN: This camera with a 12 megapixel sensor is Panasonic’s latest entry model in its...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on October 18, 2012
DateOctober 18, 2012 Read later This camera, with a 12-megapixel sensor, is Panasonic's latest entry model in its micro four thirds interchangeable lens range. It is intended to appeal to customers wanting better image quality from a...-
By Computeractive on October 11, 2012
Compact cameras with interchangeable lenses are perfect for people who want DSLR quality without the bulk and complexity. They aren't cheap, however, and although they're smaller than DSLRs, most of them are still too big for anything but the...-
By Digital Photography School on October 01, 2012
The G5 slid out of the review basket just as this baby fell in!Talk about comparing apples with oranges. More like comparing melons with mandarins. Or, sizewise, potatoes with peas.Incredibly tiny, even for a mirrorless digicam, the review DMC-GF5...-
By Expert Reviews on September 26, 2012
Impressively small and light, but the slim lens raises the price too much for what is ultimately a point-and-shoot...60
By CNET Australia on September 12, 2012
As an entry point to the world of ILCs, the Lumix GF5 is a nifty little performer. Just don't expect to be able to make the most of its manual controls in a timely...83