Return to GF1 design is more appealing.
Larger grip is better for medium-size hands.
Built-in pop-up flash.
Flash hot shoe.
Video record button on the top deck for more natural access.
GX1 uses wide metal lugs for straps.
Which are quieter for video.
Fast continuous shooting.
Easy to handle.
Good image quality up until ISO 6400.
Compact but solid build with lots of manual controls.
Comparable quality to DSLR.
Would be nice to have two dials, one for aperture, one for shutter.
Rear buttons might be small for some users.
LCD doesn't tilt.
Blur issue with X lens at telephoto and certain shutter speeds.
Mediocre macro performance.
Below average hue accuracy.
Fixed rear LCD.
Manual focus not much fun.
Touchscreen seems slightly vestigial.
Thumb dial could be a lot meatier.
No 1080p AVCHD.
No mic input.
Easy to accidentally set a manual AF area with touch-screen.
JPEG images are soft.
By Macworld Australia on October 14, 2012
A beautiful camera that delivers on many of the promises the Compact System Camera category offers. With a better screen and improved UI design, it would be tough to beat.Related Tags: camera, compact, DMC-GX1, macworld, macworld australia,...80
By Buy-n-Shoot on September 07, 2012
The Lumix DMC-GX1 is a top notch contribution to the mirror less compact range that offers the user quite a lot. Image quality is very good, even at higher ISO levels and the video quality is also quite good with great audio and image stabilisation...80
By Tech2 on June 19, 2012
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By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
There's little to make the Panasonic DMC-GX1 not desirable for use at the end of this article. That is why we recommend it to anyone desperate for a new...-
By theregister.co.uk on May 31, 2012
If you loved the GF1, the GX1 could be exactly the camera you’ve been waiting for. Its superb build quality and ergonomics are matched with speedy performance and excellent image quality. It’s a little unnecessarily complicated to use and...80
By Digital Trends on May 14, 2012
For all its issues, we liked shooting with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1X. Sure it's quirky, but like Sony's NEX interface we're sure it'll become second nature over time. However, it's too expensive to recommend unreservedly. Even...75
By Photography Bay on May 06, 2012
The Panasonic Lumix GX1 is a compact Micro Four Thirds camera that features a 16MP image sensor, a 3-inch touchscreen LCD and captures 1080/60i AVCHD video.The GX1 is one of the mirrorless cameras that really pushes the compact nature of the...-
By Good Gear Guide on April 23, 2012
The LUMIX GX1 incorporates manual features, a touchscreen and a high level of performance in a camera body that is compact and comfortable to hold. It produced excellent results in our tests, in the ISO testing in particular, and it's a good...80
By The Imaging Resource on April 10, 2012
With the Lumix GX1, Panasonic addresses several crucial complaints from enthusiasts about their Micro Four Thirds cameras, particularly the rangefinder-style class once represented by the GF series. They've returned to a larger size that's a...-
By Computeractive on March 29, 2012
A compact camera that rivals digital SLRs for quality, performance and ergonomics – expensive, but worth it...100