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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 Review Review

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Reader Score: 9.00 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "... one of the major selling points of the GH2 is its versatile video mode and in this respect, we have very few complaints. The GH1 was an impressive video camera with a large following amongst both casual and serious filmmakers, and the GH2 improves upon it in several ways. ...

The GH2 might not be a revolutionary development (in all essential points it is very closely related to its predecessor, the GH1) but we're confident in saying that it is the best mirrorless system camera that we've ever tested, bar none. ..."

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Review (Summary): "... the Panasonic GH2 has a new 18.31-megapixel Live MOS sensor with a faster read-out speed, letting it shoot full 1080i HD video with a sensor output of 60p, for smoother movement in high def. (There's also a Cinema Mode in the Panasonic GH2 which shoots 1080p at 24fps, for folks who like a more film-like look.) Since the 18.31-megapixel sensor is used in Panasonic's Multi-aspect strategy, the maximum resolution is about 16 megapixels. ...

... It's almost as unfair to call the 16-megapixel Panasonic GH2 an SLR-style camera as it is to call it a Compact System Camera (CSC). The Panasonic GH2 is actually a true photo/movie hybrid, straddling the ground between a still camera and a camcorder. ..."

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