Articulated screen, Four aspect ratios, Buttons customization.
Blazing autofocus. Faster bit rates for better HD video quality. Touchscreen tracking lets you pull focus in video using just your pinkie. Superb mic for outdoor shooting.
Digital SLR-style body will appeal to DSLR fans, Loads of exterior controls for adjusting still and video functionality, Full 1,920 x 1,080i HD video in AVCHD mode, High-quality "Cinema" mode gives 1080p video, at 24 fps.
Touchscreen LCD also can swivel and rotate away from camera, Extremely easy to use, Shoots sharp and bright photos, Camera offers quick response times, Camera design places most controls on top panel, making it easy to use.
Dedicated "film mode" button, 100% LCD frame coverage.
High noise in low light, Insufficient grip with large lenses, Small buffer for burst mode, Poor image quality straight out of the camera.
Feature laden to the point of feeling bloated. Pricey.
Overly complicated and confusing camera takes a long time to figure out, Movie recording cuts off nearly a second before the start/stop button was pressed (easy to work around, but a nuisance nonetheless).
Camera is bulkier than most mirrorless models, Shutter makes a little noise, even in "mute" mode, With large 14140mm lens, camera is heavy, needs a tripod.
By Tbreak.com on July 19, 2011
The Micro four-thirds system (first seen in the Olympus Pen) were the first to jump on to the mirror-less interchangeable lens camera (ILC) segment, bridging the gap between the DSLR and the high end P&S cameras. Panasonic, with their extensive range...70
By ITP.net on June 12, 2011
The DMC-GH2 is one of the best micro four third cameras we’ve tested, it’s a great performer in terms of both still images and video capture....100
By Wired on June 02, 2011
The 16.05-megapixel Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH2 is as much for videos as it is for stills. Indeed, the first things you’ll notice are the stereo microphone on top and the shiny red button with a movie camera icon next to it that almost implores you to...70
By The Imaging Resource on June 01, 2011
It's almost as unfair to call the 16-megapixel Panasonic GH2 an SLR-style camera as it is to call it a Compact System Camera (CSC). The Panasonic GH2 is actually a true photo/movie hybrid, straddling the ground between a still camera and a...-
By DigitalVersus on June 01, 2011
The GH2 produces excellent quality HD video which looks great in wide-angle. Its autofocus struggles a bit when the subject moves and a 3.5 mm mic input would be a better choice. You can still turn out very good films with it...60
By The Luminous Landscape on June 01, 2011
The camera with the best built-in EVF along with the most accessible manual controls and the highest quality video of all cameras that can take Leica M glass is the Panasonic GH2. Its electronic viewfinder is the best currently available, and making...-
By CNET Australia on May 26, 2011
The Lumix DMC-GH2 is a great way to shoot high-quality video and stills without having to fork out the money for two...80
By ePHOTOzine on April 27, 2011
I really enjoyed using the Panasonic Lumix GH2, the camera's handling and performance were huge positives, providing great feedback, control, and responsiveness. Panasonic has produced a camera with an abundance of external controls, buttons, and...90
By HardwareZone.com on April 23, 2011
The Panasonic GH2 is perhaps the most 'layered' camera we've reviewed. At its most basic level, it works well as an advanced consumer model; switch on iA mode and anybody can use it as both a photo and video camera. Unfold the GH2 however,...90
By Digital Camera Buyer on April 21, 2011
The GH2 is great to use, the features are innovative and add value to the package, and stills and movies are of great quality too. A good all-rounderOverall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and tecniques....100