Here is a sample image gallery of images taken with the Panasonic GF6. Today, I had the opportunity to actually test the Panasonic GF6 mirrorless camera here in Vienna, Austria, where Panasonic has organized its huge European convention. You can refer to the article I wrote yesterday about the Panasonic GF6 to get more information about this litttle camera which makes a pretty convincing synthethis between the too amateur grade UI of the GF5 and the advanced GX1 (which should get a success in the next few months as I have been told by a Japanese staff member Panasonic earlier today.
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I had a lot of fun shooting with the GF6 today in Vienna and the few changes made by Panasonic on the user interface of the G5 really adds what I would expect from a camera to shoot with when I travel light. It’s fast. It’s easy to use thanks to its touchscreen which is also pretty sharp and bright. It offers a wide range of scene modes and artistic filters etc. Unfortunately, I could not get a sample camera with the new G X 14-42mm lens and had to use its with the former lens with which the GF6 will also be sold (around $/€ 150 less than with the X lens).
Anyway, I will prepare a hands on preview with my opinion on this camera tomorrow or the day after and to make you wait, here is a small gallery of images taken with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 today. These photos are JPEGs, unedited, directly issued from the camera. If you click on the links you will goes my Flickr page where you can do a little session of pixel peeping. To be honest, I have to inform you that, according to Panasonic, the firmware of the GF6 I used was not in a final version. So remember that these photos may not reflect the actual image quality you can expect from the GF6. Anyway I have posted many images with artistic filters applied.