Though I was excited to review the Panasonic GX8 for many reasons – not least because it is the successor to one of my favourite mirrorless cameras, the GX7 – the main pull for me as a macro photography enthusiast was the enhanced 4K Photo mode.
I’ve just come back from a day trip to Penrhyn Castle where Panasonic UK held its second Wales-based event in association with the National Trust. Despite being late in the evening, I decided to start writing my first impressions about the Panasonic Lumix GX8 while the experience is still fresh in my mind. We extend […]
This past Saturday, Mathieu and I were invited to a photo event held by Panasonic UK in association with the National Trust and Erddig, one of Wales’ most famed historic houses with a 1200-acre country park and extensive walled garden. At the event, visitors were invited to try Panasonic’s wide array of Lumix cameras, from […]
Introduction Back in December, I published my first impressions of the Panasonic Lumix LX100, the company’s first premium compact with a large 4/3s sensor. In the weeks that have passed since then, I’ve spent most of my days shooting with it in a variety of situations, from our Christmas celebrations in Italy and France to […]
The Lumix LX100 is the first premium fixed-lens compact camera from Panasonic to house a four-thirds sensor, which is twice as large than the 1” sensors found on the likes of the RX100 series and Canon G7X. This is a big step-up from the popular LX7, the LX100’s predecessor, which was released more than two years ago […]