Panasonic’s latest flagship mirrorless, the GX7 brings the first in-camera stabilization system to the Lumix mirrorless family. This camera boasts an impressive tilting EVF with Eye-Start sensor a whopping 2.8 megapixels of resolution, something unmatched by any digital camera to date. This lets the GX7 show a crisp and clear view of the world and making it, in most cases, even more usable than a traditional optical viewfinder.
Neocamera just published a review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7. The review details the capabilities of this 16 megapixels Micro Four-Thirds camera and shows that it is one of the most feature-rich mirrorless on the market. As always, great attention is paid to usability and a gallery of full-resolution images at all ISO sensitivities accompanies the review. Read on to find out more.