Panasonic GM1 12-32mm zoom lens

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The Panasonic GM1 is a seriously small camera. It's smaller than it looks in pictures. My Blackberry is longer and taller. I bought this kit for the lens, the also very small 12-32mm. It's cheaper to buy a lens in a kit and sell the camera, plus there's an £80 cashback and I got a free Panasonic leather carrying case. I'll sell it on eventually but it might be fun to use it for a while. Since the leather case saves me the ignominy of putting it in my pocket!!! Should make a nice bicycle camera.

I bought it and took it out straight away. Mostly so I could use the lens on my GX7. However I got a few pictures and one video clip before the battery ran out. Takes a nice snap. Usual m4/3 quality.

Video looks promising.

More at some point in the future.

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