Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

Basic Specs

Camera type Mirrorless / Interchangeable Lens
Sensor size Four Thirds System
Sensor type Live MOS
Effective pixels 12.1 megapixels
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG
Supported media SD, SDHC

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...

Alias DMC-GF1C-K, DMC-GF1K-K

Pricing (base kit)

SKU description DMC-GF1 with 16mm Lens, DMC-GF1 with 14mm-45mm Lens

Hardware

Camera type Mirrorless / Interchangeable Lens
Width 4.69 inches
Height 2.8 inches
Depth 1.43 inches
Weight 0.63 pounds
Color Black

Sensor

Sensor size Four Thirds System
Sensor type Live MOS
Effective pixels 12.1 megapixels

Controls

Minimum ISO 100
Maximum ISO 3200
Fastest shutter speed (1/n seconds) 4000
Slowest shutter speed (n seconds) 60 seconds
Focus points 23
Max. continuous shooting speed 3 FPS

Display

Size 3 inches
Resolution 460000 dots

Video

Video capture Yes
Max. resolution 720p
Standard framerate(s) 30
Continuous AF Yes

Software

Supported video formats AVCHD, Motion JPEG (M-JPEG)
RAW support RAW, RAW + JPEG

Lens

Interchangeable Yes, Yes
Supported mounts Four Thirds (4/3), Four Thirds (4/3)
Focal length (wide) 20 mm, 0.55 mm
Focal length (telephoto) 20 mm, 1.77 mm
Widest aperture / f-stop 1.7, 3.5
Image stabilization Yes, Yes

Storage

Supported media SD, SDHC

Audio

Built-in speaker Yes
Built-in microphone Yes

Ports

Video out Yes
Connection(s) USB, HDMI mini

Flash

Flash Yes (Built-in)

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  • 9.0
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    Reviewed by Joshua Topolsky (Currently owns)

    What can I say? I love this camera to death. Most of the gadget photos I've taken (and that you've probably seen) were snapped with this device. I almost exclusively use the pancake lens (20mm f/1.7), and though it's not exactly the most versatile piece of glass in the world, it can (and does) produce lovely results. My biggest gripe is probably with the software, which is clunky at best. It's not hard to use... but it isn't exactly easy either.

    Sure, there are newer, faster, and probably better cameras on the market now — but the GF1 represents the moment when micro four-thirds cameras came into their own.

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    • Lens ecosystem 8
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