The Panasonic LUMIX GH1 is a Micro Four Thirds camera that captures still images and 1080p HD video. It is packaged as kit with a special lens designed for enhanced video capabilities.
While you can expect an ISO evaluation and a full review of the GH1 soon, below you will find some images that I’ve taken in my testing of the camera. These images are from a production model.
The lens used was the 14-140mm kit lens, which offers optical image stabilization. Unless otherwise noted, image stabilization was turned on, file format is JPEG large/fine, handheld, and using auto white balance.
Feel free to click on any of the images for the original files to inspect for personal use (or, right-click and choose “Save as…”). Please do not reproduce any images on the Internet or elsewhere without permission.
ISO 200 – f/5.6 @ 1/200s – This image is from the same scene as the prior image and captured at 140mm (280mm equivalent on full frame camera) in order to demonstrate the zoom range that you get out of the included kit lens.