(FT5) Tested: Panasonic GX7 new sensor is the best MFT sensor to date.

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UPDATE: The image of the GX7 can be seen at Postimg and Tinypic.

A top source had the chance to test the GX7. He said the image quality of the sensor beats any other MFT camera to date…at any ISO! The sensor isn’t multi-aspect and not organic (that sensor will arrive late 2014). It has 16 MP effective pixels. Actually Panasonic managed to increase the single pixel area and Micro-lenses have been optimized. Also the Venus engine has been improved. And as I told you yesterday the video quality is the same of the GH3. Sounds all great!

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  • cosinaphile

    i will buy this to keep my em5 company …. i moved on and have fujiitis with the exy-one with metabones nikon mount speedbooster…..im not dumping m43 just yet

    the gx7 was the dream camera ive sought since my ep1 days…..panasonic has risen to the occasion

    olympus has fallen

    • http://www.43rumors.com/members/amalric/ amalric

      In your mind. It wouldn’t be the first time that morons predict the demise of Oly.

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