Je n’ai pas beaucoup parler jusqu’ici sur ce site des Panasonic G2 et G10. Mais il va falloir que ça change ;-)
ephotozine.com teste le G2 :
« Panasonic Lumix G2: Verdict
During testing the G2 provided me with plenty images with excellent sharpness across the frame, all without breaking my back die to the small size and light weight. Priced at £590, it is a little more expensive than an entry-level SLR costs, but whether this represents good value or not will entirely depend on your personal outlook.
If size (and weight) mean everything to you and the other, less SLR-like Micro Four Thirds cameras don’t appeal, this may well be the camera for you. »
photoreview.com teste lui le G10 :
We’ve nominated the Lumix DMC-G10 as an Editor’s Choice on the basis of the Imatest performance of the review camera – and because it represents the best value-for-money of any of the G-series cameras we’ve reviewed to date. This assessment is based on the assumption that most users will buy the camera for taking still pictures and only occasionally record video clips.
When making our decision, we took account of the lower-resolution EVF and lack of touch-screen capabilities and also considered the non-adjustable LCD monitor. All of these, we felt, were relatively minor deficiencies in a camera where most shots will be composed on the LCD monitor and where the standard user interface is reasonably accessible and well-designed. For $300 less than the price of the G2, we feel the G10 represents good value for money.
The G10 will suit buyers who want to shoot high-definition video clips and don’t demand Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) or stereo soundtracks. Overall performance here is above-average for the format used. And the G10 has the advantage of using a video format that is more widely supported by third-party editors than the AVCHD Lite format used by the G2.
Buy this camera if:
- You’re transitioning from a digicam to a more sophisticated camera and want straightforward controls and logical, easy-to-use menus.
- You’re interested in capturing and adjusting raw files (there’s plenty of potential in the G10′s raw files but you need better software than the bundled application to exploit it).
Don’t buy this camera if:
- You need a pocketable camera (the G10 isn’t).
- You want to use ultra-wide lenses (the only ones available are Four Thirds System lenses).
- You only shoot JPEG images. »