Revue de tests hybrides du week-end (Panasonic G2, Olympus E-P2)
Au programme de cette revue de tests du week-end : le Panasonic G2 et l’Olympus Pen E-P2.
- Panasonic G2
– Test chez Let’s Go Digital :
« Panasonic Lumix G2 : An excellent all-round system camera
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is a very user-friendly system camera with excellent ease of use and a low learning curve. It is a camera that replaces the DSLR camera with ease and actually has more to offer. The Panasonic G2 will take the beginner photographer by the hand and tempt him or her to taking high quality photos and video clips without needing to have any basic knowledge of photography. The much appraised iA mode also makes this possible, and processes every difficult situation effortlessly. It is a splendid all-round system camera, with which Panasonic manages to take the leading role in this segment. »
– Prise en main terrain chez The Phoblographer – Premier jour
« I haven’t worked with the Micro Four Thirds system much. It’s still a pretty new tech, and between its price, complexity, and smaller-than-SLR sensor size, I wasn’t entirely sold on the concept. Then I got my hands on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2Micro Four Thirds camera, and while I’m still not certain of the future of M4/3rds, it’s definitely growing on me. »
- Olympus E-P2
– Prise en main terrain chez The Phoblographer – Premier jour.
« Though the Olympus PEN E-P2has been available for quite some time now, we’ve finally got our hands on it for review. As an Olympus user, the purpose of this field review will be to provide readers with a different perspective on the camera based upon being an Olympus shooter, as I have an E-510. So, let’s begin. »