November 4th 2010 8:43 am

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9.2
4 reviews
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    9.5
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    10
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    9.0
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    9.0
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    8.5
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    9.5
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    8.5
9.0
CNET UK Nov 30, 2010

The touchscreen Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 subtly refines its predecessor, the GF1. It's well worth a look if you're after a compact camera with swappable lenses.

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9.0
TrustedReviews Jan 3, 2011

The Lumix DMC-GF2 has the job of both capitalising on the goodwill afforded its predecessor, the widely acclaimed Lumix DMC-GF1, and bringing enough originality to the party to keep Panasonic ahead of newer pretenders for its crown.

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9.0
Hardware Zone Dec 2, 2010

There's a lot to like about the Panasonic Lumix GF2. It's amazing how Panasonic has squeezed more features like a touch-screen and full HD video recording into a smaller camera, no doubt helped by the removal of the Mode dial and the use of a smaller battery. With the GF2, Panasonic comes...

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Photo Review Jan 4, 2011

Snapshooters looking for a pocketable camera with a large image sensor and support for raw file capture and Full HD video recording may find the GF2 an attractive option. Serious photographers who want a compact camera as an adjunct or alternative to a DSLR will probably need to keep looking.

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9.0
Photography Blog Nov 17, 2010

The appeal of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 is definitely in the eye of the beholder, more so than most cameras that we've reviewed recently. While current GF1 owners will most likely bemoan the simplification of the control system in favour of a touchscreen system, compact camera owners looking...

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9.0
holmes holmes

Excellent first interchangeable lens camera. Video quality is fantastic and can be improved with a hack. High ISO performance is not impressive compared to newer and more expensive models.

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