Newly designed 16-megapixel.
Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor with new optical low pass filter delivers very good image quality with excellent detail for a mirrorless camera.
Premium video features and quality.
Weatherproof construction and great controls.
Wide range of movie formats with high bit rate encoding up to 72Mbps.
Big, bright, stable 16:9 1,744k dot OLED EVF.
External mic and headphone sockets.
DSLR-style camera design is larger than most mirrorless models, narrowing its portability advantages over DSLRs.
High ISO performance and dynamic range not quite as good as the best APS-C models.
Warm Auto and Incandescent white balance when shooting.
Not weather proof when flash is in use.
Wi-Fi slow and unreliable for image transfer in my tests.
Average continuous shooting for a semi-pro body.
By Good Gear Guide on September 26, 2013
The Lumix DMC-GH3 has all sorts of buttons and dials that can help you set the scene for your photos. If you use them correctly, you'll end up with images that are clean, highly detailed, and a pleasure to look at. You could also just plonk it in...80
By The Imaging Resource on August 09, 2013
Panasonic's flagship GH-series cameras have been widely praised for their video capabilities, and have long been in demand from professional videographers and filmmakers. However, the product engineers behind the company's latest compact system...-
By CNET Australia on June 13, 2013
Offering a robust shooting design and features to suit indie film-makers and photographers alike, the Panasonic GH3 is an excellent device that fully realises the potential of interchangeable lens...85
By Sydney Morning Herald on May 08, 2013
DateMay 9, 2013 (1) Read later This 16-megapixel micro four-thirds camera is the flagship in the Panasonic range. It is designed with equal emphasis on still and video photography. It is large and heavy for the format, giving up one of the...-
By DPexpert on May 07, 2013
REVIEW—PANASONIC LUMIX GH3] by terry on 7 May 2013 Price: $1380 body only (street price) A true hybrid? THE LOW-DOWN: This 16mp micro four thirds camera is the flagship in the Panasonic range. It is designed with equal emphasis on still and...-
By Photoxels on May 06, 2013
At the core of the GH3 is a low-noise 16 MP LiveMOS sensor with expanded sensitivity range from ISO 125 to 25600, 6 FPS continuous drive and full 1080p HD video at 60 progressive frames-per-second. Stereo recording and input are supported as...-
By Digital Photography School on April 01, 2013
For whatever reason it was a long wait for the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 — I counted about six months. Worth waiting for?Yes, for a number of reasons, not all directly to do with image making either.As a MILC (mirrorless interchangeable lens camera)...-
By Camera Labs on February 01, 2013
The Panasonic Lumix GH3 is a worthy succesor to the GH2. The redesigned sensor and updated processor provide a raft of enhancements to its video capabilies which will delight existing GH series owners, some of whom have been relying on firmware hacks...88
By Expert Reviews on December 19, 2012
Highly accomplished for photos and in a league of its own for video...100
By Tbreak.com on December 11, 2012
Of course, the Panasonic Lumix GH3 has a large body, but nothing compared to other high-end DSLRs, and the simple fact that it’s Micro Four Thirds also means that not only are the compact lens selection great, but not matter where you shoot, the...90