Let’s hear from reviewers what they think about the new GX9:
“Overall, the Panasonic GX9 is a fun, lightweight and solid little camera. The image quality observed so far is quite nice, with the camera’s new OLPF-less sensor capturing lots of fine detail, pleasing colors and good dynamic range for a Four Thirds chip. Its performance is quite nimble, as well, making it an ideal companion for the street or travel photographer needing something quick, discrete and speedy.”
“The GX9 looks and feels most like the GX80, though there have been several tweaks to the body design. Our first impressions are that these changes are very welcome and the GX9 handles really well.”
“I’m pretty pumped for the Panasonic GX9. It’s packing a lot of great autofocus algorithms, a tilting LCD screen, a tilting viewfinder, a touch screen, buttons that feel good, a new Venus engine, and of course that new L Monochrome D feature. Look out for it!”
“Though I’ve only used it for a few days, I’ve found the Panasonic GX9 to be an easy-to-use tool to bring along on my weekend trips, as long as I bring a battery or two to spare. The camera is quick enough so I don’t miss a shot and the photos that I’ve taken thus far look very good.”
“I was extremely pleased when I saw that for the latest GX camera, Panasonic had decided to use the smaller form factor. Having used it for a few days, I can also confidently say that it’s a great little camera to use.”
Also don’t forget to check out the video review by Photo Richard.