In the past week or so, I have taken some test shots to try out the camera in different settings. The Lumix GF2 has a lot to offer in terms of it’s capabilities. It can be used as a simple point-and-shoot style camera, or you can flip it to the different modes and control different aspects of the camera.  Here are some of the sample photos I like to share with you.

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8 Responses to Lumix GF2 Test Shots

  1. Howie says:

    Great shots! Especially great under such low light conditions. The 14mm looks great for landscapes also.

  2. anna says:

    great picture…thanks for sharing…does it function well at night scene or moving object?

    Do those pictures edited?

    • Kam says:

      The pictures have some auto adjustments applied. At night, if you don’t have the 20mm 1.7 pancake lens, you will have to use a higher ISO and that can generate some more noise, just be aware… Otherwise, take a tripod with you for night shot if you can.

  3. Jeff says:

    Great shots; I just picked up a used GF2 with the 14mm and can’t wait to put it through its paces!

    • Kam says:

      Hi Jeff, I liked the GF2 a lot for what it offers but I ended up picking up a Sony Alpha NEX-5N instead. The main reason is the noise level of the GF2 in low light condition is not as nice as I like. Hope you enjoy your GF2.

  4. Jeff says:

    Also, what lenses do you find yourself shooting with the most on your GF2?

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