Panasonic GF1 Sample Photos

by on July 19, 2010

in Panasonic

Panasonic Lumix GF1

As part of my upcoming review of the Panasonic GF1, I have spent some time capturing images in a number of different situations.  It will be a little while still before the review is complete; however, I wanted to pass along these sample images for you to check out.  All were captured using Panasonic’s great little 20mm f/1.7 lens.

All images were captured in RAW format and processed in Lightroom 3 according to my own personal tastes.  In almost all of these images, I’ve only made slight contrast, saturation, sharpness and vignetting adjustments.  I have noted the basic shot info below each image, and as you’ll see, these are at lower ISO settings.  In most cases, these are simply snapshots in Program mode.  I’ll be sure to take a closer look at higher ISO settings in the full on review, and maybe do some comparisons with other mirrorless and DSLR cameras.

Feel free to download any of these sample images for your personal inspection (not for republication).  You can get the original files by right-clicking on any of the images and choosing “Save link as…”


ISO 100 – f/2.8 – 1/2500s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/60s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/80s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/30s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/640s


ISO 100 – f/2.8 – 1/125s


ISO 100 – f/2.2 – 1/1600s (This was the only image that I did more than just minor adjustments. And it was still only a couple of exposure gradients in Lightroom 3. To show you where it came from, I’ve included the original file below.)


ISO 100 – f/2.2 – 1/1600s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/200s


ISO 100 – f/2 – 1/1000s


ISO 100 – f/1.7 – 1/125s


ISO 400 – f/1.7 – 1/13s


ISO 400 – f/1.7 – 1/30s

That’s all for now.  Stay tuned for the full review of the Panasonic GF1, which should be coming along soon.

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