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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 12.1 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera with Lens -

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Technical Specifications

  • Description
  • General Information
  • Display & Graphics
  • Image
  • Video
  • Lens
  • Exposure
  • Flash
  • Viewfinder
  • Memory
  • Controls/Indicators
  • Interfaces/Ports
  • Built-in Devices
  • Software
  • Battery Information
  • Physical Characteristics
  • Miscellaneous

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 12.1 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera with Lens -


The LUMIX GF2 is Panasonics signature DSL Micro Compact system camera in its mirrorless line-up, as it it's the smallest and lightest model offered by Panasonic, while still offering the superb image quality expected from LUMIX. Comparing to the GF1, its predecessor, the GF2 has been reduced approximately 19% in size and approximately 7% in weight yet is still retains its signature built-in flash and all metal body.

General Information
Manufacturer Panasonic
Manufacturer Part Number DMC-GF2CR
Manufacturer Website Address http://www.panasonic.com
Brand Name Panasonic
Product Line Lumix
Product Series G
Product Model DMC-GF2
Product Name Lumix DMC-GF2 Mirrorless Camera
Product Type Mirrorless Camera with Lens
Display & Graphics
Screen Size 3"
Display Screen Type LCD
Touchscreen Yes
Display Resolution 460000 Pixel
Effective Camera Resolution 12.1 Megapixel
Total Camera Resolution 13.1 Megapixel
Image Sensor Size 0.68" x 0.51"
Image Sensor Type Live MOS
White Balance Modes
  • Auto
  • Daylight
  • Cloudy
  • Shade
  • Halogen
  • Flash
  • White Set 1, 2
  • Color Temperature Setting
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Image Formats JPEG
Maximum Image Resolution 4000 x 3000
Video Formats QuickTime Motion JPEG
Maximum Video Resolution 1920 x 1080
HD Movie Mode Yes
Maximum Frame Rate 60 fps
Wide Angle Yes
Lens Construction 6 Elements in 5 Groups
Aperture Range f/2.5
Autofocus Points 23
Focus Modes Auto
Minimum Focus Distance 7.1 mil
Lens Mount Type Micro Four Thirds
Shortest Shutter Speed 1/4000 Second
Longest Shutter Speed 60 Second
ISO Sensitivity ISO 400
Exposure Control
  • Program AE
  • Aperture Priority AE
  • Shutter Priority AE
  • Manual
Built-in Flash Yes
Built-in Flash Modes Rear Curtain Sync
Viewfinder Type No
Memory Card Supported SDXC
Camera Modes

Scene Modes:

  • Portrait
  • Soft Skin
  • Scenery
  • Architecture
  • Sports
  • Peripheral Defocus
  • Flower
  • Food
  • Objects
  • Night Portrait
  • Night Scenery
  • Illumination
  • Baby 1, 2
  • Pet
  • Party
  • Sunset
Analog Video Out Yes
PictBridge Yes
Built-in Devices
Built-in Devices Speaker
Software Included
  • PHOTOfunSTUDIO 6.0 HD Edition
  • SILKYPIX Developer Studio 3.1 SE
  • Super LoiloScope (Trial Version)
  • USB Driver
Battery Information
Number of Batteries Supported 1
Battery Size Supported Proprietary Battery Size
Battery Built-in No
Battery Included Yes
Battery Rechargeable Yes
Battery Chemistry Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
Physical Characteristics
Color Red
Height 2.7"
Width 4.4"
Depth 1.3"
Weight (Approximate) 9.35 oz
Package Contents
  • Lumix DMC-GF2 Mirrorless Camera
  • Lumix G 14mm/F2.5 ASPH Lens
  • Battery Charger
  • Battery Pack
  • Battery Case
  • Body Cap
  • Hot Shoe Cover
  • AV Cable
  • USB Connection Cable
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Stylus Pen
  • CD-ROM
Features Live View
Language Supported Greek
Platform Supported PC

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  • Most Recent

  • Great picture quality.
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    This camera with a pancake lens can't be beat for the price. Much better than a point and shoot. Lot's of great features.

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    Hook Jun 17, 2013
  • Quality with Great Features
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    Rated high and it lives up to expectation. Takes great pictures for me. Separate vidio record button is nice. Mic picks up crisp sound. Takes quality MP4 movies. A great choice for both pictures and vidio. I feel like I have quality in my hand when the lense moves. The screen is bright and menus are large enough for my over 50 year old eyes to read. It is fun to use. Flash is good for a point and shoot but takes about a second to fire in low light. The flash has two modes: iAuto that covers most cases and off.

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    Like George Mar 9, 2013
  • Very good p & s
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    Very good p&s+ camera w/many adv features.

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    Mjjm Feb 14, 2013
  • "Camera"
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    Received this Camera as a gift from wedding. Took along on Honeymon-Hawai trip. The camera took outstanding pictures. Great camera and many features that make the camera work for itself and keep owner very happy.....

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    Marvin Aug 27, 2012
  • Not that good
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    Dispite this camera has been promoted as THE BEST it is not. The consumer service to answer a question about the "funny" size of the RAW files is absolutely USELESS. What kind of camera produces RAW files at the size it wants. Generating 4 different of RAW files size for the same original JPEG file. Range of aperture and speed too small. A lot of features for dummies photographer but some BIG mistake on the engineering (put a tripod plate and you can not access the card or the battery...)

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    BlueParrot Jun 24, 2012
  • Most Helpful

  • Very happy so far
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    After the usual searches of the usual sources for info/recommendations on the usual brands, I ended up with something entirely different. Just happened across a review of the Lumix and was hooked. I haven't tried everything yet, but I mostly like what I have tried so far. The first thing I noticed on the camera was a real on/off switch, NOT a button! Love that. Then I noticed the lens was threaded for filters, just like a "real" camera. Nice thing is, it's 52mm, which is the filter size of my old 35mm camera, so I had a UV filter ready to be used. I like the view finder, I sometimes prefer to use same, and it's optically compensated. The digital display is large and clear and can be swiveled in various directions, making it easy to get those not-head-on shots. And when it's not being used, it can be flipped around so it's protected in transit. It can shoot RAW format which, while I rarely need it, is definitely nice to have for certain photos. Ditto for its 3D ability. It has all sorts of high-speed options and you can choose how long (or not at all) you want an image to display after you take the shot. I've found only a few annoyances so far. The big one is the (now standard) lack of a real manual. Hard to believe, Panasonic, but not everyone has a computer! And no computer is as handy to carry in my pocket as a manual would be. The other annoying thing is there's no play-only setting to look at your photos. In other words, you must power up the camera in record mode, have the lens extend and then press a button to switch to play mode. This extra in and out wastes battery power. Minor annoyances are interface related. The camera comes with a USB cable but it's too short to be very practical. And, while it has HDMI capability, the camera does not include a cable for same. I'll try to post a follow-up after I've used the camera for a while. I expect I'll be quite happy with it.

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    Train Nut Dec 16, 2011
  • Traveler's Friend
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    I took this camera on a recent trip to Oregon, and could not be more pleased with its preformance. It is a point and shoot camera with a huge optical zoom range and gets it gets the job done! I did not want to lug my DSLR on this trip, and was able to keep this camera in a belt case. I generally kept the settings on totally automatic, and got beautifully exposed shots. The camera is quick to shoot, and I got great life from the battery. I always had plenty of charge left after a day of shooting, but always charged up every night, just to be safe. We also have a Lumix DMC-TZ1 which we have used since 2007, and it still takes great shots. My wife used it on this trip. But the DMC-ZS15 is smaller, and outperforms it. It should, since the former is 5 years old! But our positive experience with the older camera let me in the direction of the newer model. I could not be any more pleased. This camera will be my constant travel complanion.

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    mobilelawyer Oct 16, 2012
  • One great camera
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    I have been using this camera for a short while, but I am simply amazed at the quality of shots using the digital zoom out to 50x or so. Maximum optical zoom is 24x, but the 32x intelligent zoom feature really makes this a 32x camera. HD videos are incredible. I like the fact that you can screw on filters and lenses. The documentation is really not very good for such a great camera which has so many features and capabilities.

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    Stan Mar 22, 2012
  • Great Buy
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    I am a DSLR owner( I won't say what brand),and the FZ150 has almost all the features of the big boys,I was really surprise to see the histogram,the intelligent auto works great,as does eveything else.I was looking the get a second DSLR for video,but those only takes clips about 12 to 15 mins long.the FZ150 can go for as long as memory or battery last,and not to forget,a jack that works double duty,for a remote or a external mic

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    photonut Feb 12, 2012
  • Not Quite There
    Reviewed at http://www.Panasonic.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting the new GF2, having been a user of Panasonic cameras for several years. But I may have to replace this one with one from the competition. Panasonic really missed the boat on this one, by not having on board stabilization instead of in the lens. This is especially a bad choice as it is not available on some of the more desirable lens. At the price break on this camera, it should have been included.

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    Fruitcop Mar 18, 2011

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