GH2, GF2, G2 and AG-AF100 reviews

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The Whistle Bait. Panasonic AF100 PL Mount, GH2, 5D, 7D. From Chris Marino on Vimeo.

We found plenty of new Panasonic Micro Four Thirds camera reviews. Here is the list:

Ganref made a very cool and detailed GH2 vs GH1 vs G2 ISO and resolution comparison. The GH2 shows clearly more resolution but ISO noise is almost equal to the other cameras.

SteveHuff posted a “GH2 Guest review” written by Amy Medina.

M43photo shows how magnified focus with legacy lenses works on the GH2

There are two non-english GF2 tests. One at DCview and one at Focus Numerique.

And for the category “better late than never”: Panasonic G2 review at Quesabesde (Click here to read the google english translation).

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  • tgutgu

    Strange, that essentially the aggregation of two forum posts at dpreview now qualify as a “review”. The findings of Amy Medina were discussed at length under in the dpreview m4/3 forum.

  • CRB

    Is it me or theres noise even at iso160(sky) on the GH2 hsots?

    • You are not alone. GH2 has visible noise even at its base ISO (ISO160).

      • oluv

        the pentax kills them all. when will panasonic understand, that most important ist clean base iso. i don’t care about iso12800 if iso160 is noisy as well.
        will keep my GH1, at least this one is cleaner at base iso than my GF1.

  • spriggers

    I don’t really think the new GH2 sensor is producing magic without some compromise there with NR. Look at how smeary some of those shots look. Cleaner, but less defined.

  • Mr. Reeee

    enough reviews!
    How about Panasonic ship GH2’s in quantity so we can do our own tests!?!??!?

  • Hi Admin,

    Here’s a link on how to check the shutter count for the Olympus E-5.

    http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/readflat.asp?forum=1022&thread=37493012

  • It actually works even for the Oly PEN series from what I’ve read. Only tried it with my E-5 and by the way Admin keep up the good work!!! more power to your website.

  • RW

    You know that you are on a “techie” forum when the post includes a video full of gorgeous girls – and everybody is discussing ISO performance and shutter counts…

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