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ThePanasonic GX7is that company's latest Micro-Four-Thirds camera. While the Compact System Camera segment is apparently not doing well in North America in particular, manufacturers keep introducing new models with enhanced features. Whether these will be able to grab the attention of an American marketplace which prefers to use either their smartphone cameras or DSLRs, remains to be seen.

TheGX7is the update to the GX1. What happened to GX2- though GX6 remains unknown. Likely, Panasonic wanted to establish this as a new offering rather than just an update. But nomenclature aside this is indeed a worthy upgrade to Panasonic's model line-up. Unlike the top-of-the-line GH3 which is the size of an APS-C sized DSLR, the GX7 is true to the MFT gestalt and is quite a bit smaller, though not so small as to be difficult to handle.

Is it Raining? San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. August, 2013 by Michael ReichmannPanasonic GX7 with Lumix 35-100mm f/2.8 @ ISO 200Executive Summar...

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