Panasonic Lumix GH2: Is It Good Enough For You?

Cameras are one of the things that we at OSM like to talk to you about, some of the articles that seem to have been well received include the Canon T3i, the Fujifilm FinePix X100 and the Pentax Optio RS1500 with the custom case. These are just a few of the devices that we have reported on but you can use this link to read about some others.

Now we have seen a few articles popping up about the Panasonic Lumix GH2 and we want to know if it’s good enough for you. It’s not a cheap device either let me tell you, this mirror less Lumix GH2 will cost you $900. There are some key differences to its prior model the GH1 such as the touch-sensitive LCD screen, some new more modern looking menu screens and a dedicated film mode.

You might also want to know what specs that we have found over on dpreview.com so here goes, it has the touch sensitive 3” LCD monitor, it has a 4/3 type MOS (Live MOS) sensor, there are 18.3 million pixels present with 16 million of them being effective. One thing we would say about the LCD it has is that it’s on an arm so it can swing out and tilt which is always useful for those low down shots, it saves you having to lie on the floor.

You can also see a bunch of sample images for the camera over at photographyblog.com as this may help you decide if you want one of these or not. If you want to learn even more about it by seeing it in action then head to the bottom of the article where you can find a video from YouTube courtesy of TheCameraStoreTV.

What do you think of the Lumix GH2? Is it one of the better cameras that you have worked with and if not what else can you suggest for the other readers? Let us know in the comments section below.