Thanks to the new "quick review" format at dpreview, more cameras are getting their chance at the spotlight, and today Barnaby Britton and dpreview have published their Panasonic G10 review. Conclusions are on page #5, which as usual, we won't spoil here. The review also goes hand-in-hand with their previously posted full-size review of the Panasonic G2.
The Panasonic G10 has another review added to its list, this time it is at PhotoRadar, a sister site to the technology website TechRadar.com. As usual, we won't reveal their conclusions here, so be sure to check it out if interested.
In a world of 12 current mirrorless digital cameras, it's easier for some models to get lost in the shuffle and the G10 is a prime candidate for this terrible fate. However, Japanese website DC Watch Impress brings it to the spotlight with a brand new review (computer translated) of the camera, and as usual, they feature plenty of full-size real-world samples.
Obviously not getting as much attention as the G2, but the Panasonic G10 is not feeling left out either, as it has a brand new review at technology website Trusted Reviews. As usual, we won't spill the beans here, so be sure to check it out if interested.
The Panasonic G10 gets another review, this time at Photo Review. The G10 is the new entry-point in the Panasonic M43rds line-up at the moment in terms of features. In terms of price, the Panasonic G1 kits win with a price of $500 for the red kit with the now-old 14-45mm kit lens. As you may recall, the G2 and G10 brought with them the new 14-42mm kit lens, which now matches the focal-length of the Olympus 14-42mm kit lens.
Hey, don't you forget about me sings the modest and affordable Panasonic G10 which is in danger of getting lost in a sea of mirrorless cameras. Info Sync World helps its cause (perhaps) with a brand new review. As usual, we won't reveal their findings here, so be sure to check it out if interested.
A new review is out for the new Panasonic G10, you can now see what the gadget-blog Pocket Lint found out when they checked it out. This is a very short review - if dpreview is a full dinner, this review is like a cracker with a tiny piece of cheese on top of it :)