Here we see Chris giving a non-verbal side by side (at times) review of the Panasonic GF1. Neat the end of the clip, he begins to narrate, going through some of the pretty basic functions with his take on all.

This Panasonic GF1 camera was shot with a 14-45mm lens, it has a large sensor micro 4/3s with a very small body. The first two clips show a cat that even with the 14/45mm lens you can get a good Shallow Depth of Field while taking video. The next clip is a side by side of Chris, the filmographer, rock climbing... can you tell which of the clips is the Panasonic GF1 and which is the ZS3 Point and Shoot?

As you can see, because of the over hang on the rock wall, there is very low light, yet the Panasonic GF1 seems to do pretty well. The last few clips show how easy it is to use the Auto Focus to change from a Shallow Depth of Field to a wide DOF. As Chris shows us, all it takes is a simple half-press of the shutter button to realign the Auto Focus.

Also Note: The batteries are also expensive and you can not use any other brand besides Panasonic.

Tags: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, Image quality, Preview, Amateur, Review

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

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