|Release Date in Malaysia|
|Model||DMC-GH1 + 14-140mm|
|Compatible memory cards||sd,sdhc|
|Display diagonal||7.62 cm (3")|
|Vari-angle LCD display||Yes|
|Display resolution (numeric)||460000 pixels|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Focal length range (f-f)||14 - 140 mm|
|Weight & dimensions|
|Light exposure modes||aperture priority AE,manual,shutter priority AE|
|Maximum image resolution||4000 x 3000 pixels|
|Maximum video resolution||1280 x 720 pixels|
|Auto focusing (AF) modes||continuous auto focus,single auto focus|
|Auto Focus (AF) lock||Yes|
|Flash modes||auto,manual,Red-eye reduction,Slow synchronization|
|Scene modes||Close-up (macro), Night portrait, party (indoor), Portrait, Sports, Sunset, Landscape|
|Camera playback||slide show|
|Battery technology||Lithium Polymer (LiPo)|
|Battery capacity||1250 mAh|
Reviewed on 2010-01-19
The Panasonic GH1 is not one of the smallest Micro Four Thirds cameras, but this multi-award winning camera is one of the most respected. Sculpted in the shape of a mini DSLR, the GH1 sports a 12.1 megapixel sensor in a compact, mirrorless body. It allows you to..Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-01-01
Panasonic really did its homework designing the DMC-GH1. It uses the Micro Four Thirds System standard, which eliminates the mirror box and employs an optical viewfinder, replacing it with a high resolution LCD eyepiece...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-12-31
Smooth, vibrant HD video; beginner-friendly menus and controls.
Disappointing low-light performance.
The 12-megapixel Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 is a unique digital camera that supports interchangeable lenses. Although it looks like a DSLR, it’s not-though it is based on the Micro Four Thirds system. Product:Lumix DMC-GH1Rating (Scale) 5 - Superior4 - Ve...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Panasonic has brought out a solid upgrade in the Micro Four Thirds category. The smaller size and lighter weight will appeal to many people, and if you’re interested in shooting video with a still camera, it’s hard to beat the GH1. The overall image qu...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-02
The second Micro 4/3 model Panasonic has released, the GH1 offers advanced video options with the ability to record AVCHD 1080p (24fps) HD video. In addition, Panasonic has added a variety of supporting feartures, like Stereo microphones, an external..Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-28
The Panasonic GH1 is a 12.1-megapixel camera built on the Micro Four Thirds platform. The GH1 is Panasonic’s follow-up to the G1, which was the first Micro Four Thirds camera offered by the company.What makes this platform unique is the camera body’s ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-21
Best video of any currently available dSLR, Fully articulated live view LCD, Super kit lens,
Expensive, Lacks total functionality of a true dSLR, Current lens lens selection is thin,
Photographers and camera manufacturers have been talking about building bridge cameras for more than forty years. Bridge cameras cover the gap between two drastically different types of photographic tool - like combining an auto exposure point and s...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-14
1280x720pixel highdef video recording with stereo sound, Best EVF we’ve seen, 10X zoom lens that allows continuous AF when shooting video,
Available only as a pricey kit, Noisy at higher ISOs, So far, the kit lens is the only one available that’s optimized for video.
Given the quality of its HD video, the GH1 is more compelling than the G1 was. But it’s quite pricey, since it comes only as a kit with the 10X zoom lens. That’s a useful—and for many people, all-encompassing—range.Nevertheless, we look forward to a mo...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-07-10
JPEG output shows impressive detail at base ISO, Good resolution, even slightly more in RAW, Good balance between noise reduction and detail retention at higher ISOs, Good control over high ISO noise reduction, Smaller dimensions and lighter than comparab......
Comparatively steep tone curve (JPEG) can lead to highlight clipping, Relatively small amount of RAW headroom, Fairly low powered flash (but good flash metering), Electronic viewfinder difficult to use in low light (noisy image and greatly reduced refresh......
When Panasonic announced the DMC-G1 in September 2008, the industry saw its first real innovation for a long time: an electronic viewfinder interchangeable lens camera with a large (Four Thirds size) imaging sensor. Panasonic had managed to overcome ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-07-01
Panasonic Lumix GH1 The Current ComboCam King If you want a peek at what the future of both still and video cameras might look like over the next few years, drop into your camera dealer and have look at the Panasonic Lumix GH1. To my mind its the fi...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-07-01
Compact but comfortable body, HD video with AF and manual control, Excellent EVF and big, flexible screen, Easy to use with intuitive user interface.
Viewfinder noisy and jerky in low light, AF restrictions in 1080p movie mode, Continuous shooting slower than rivals, Only sold with premium 10x kit lens.
Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-GH1 is the second model in the Lumix G range, following the original G1. Announced in March 2009 at the PMA trade show, the GH1 becomes the second camera to be based on the recent Micro Four Thirds standard, and the first to ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-06-30
The micro-four-thirds standard created by Panasonic, Olympus and Leica has intrigued us but its mightiest product to date, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1, leaves us scratching our heads. Camera Be StillWhen it comes to still shooting, there is no d...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-06-11
Good noise performance vs other cameras with Four Thirds sensors, Full exposure control (PASM) in video modes, AF is live during video recording, 720p HD video is quite good, even in AVCHD, MOV (Motion JPEG) video option for better quality than AVCHD (......
1080i AVCHD video loses too much detail with rapid camera or subject movement (AVCHDs fault, not the GH1s), Autofocus during video is slow with AVCHD, much faster with MOV file format, Camera strap rings are a hassle, and add noise to video captures,......
Panasonics approach to the interchangeable-lens digital camera, the G-series, includes no mirrors or pentaprisms to weigh the system down, making the goal of simple live view easier to realize. All that was missing from the Panasonic G1 was video capa...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-06-10
When Panasonic officially introduced the World’s first ever Micro Four Thirds camera, the Lumix DMC-G1, in September 2008, they also revealed that a video version would be released in the not-too-distant future. Forward-wind to June 2009, and we’re no...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-05-27
Simple to use. Comfortable. Produces high-quality still images and HD video in well-lit conditions. Best implementation of video recording in a D-SLR to date. Supports a wide variety of HD recording formats. Numerous buttons allow quick access to features......
Expensive. Images and video are noticeably noisy in low-light conditions. Electronic viewfinder. Noticeable shutter lag. Limited number of lenses available. LCD and EVF show heavy motion blur.
The 12.1-megapixel Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 ($1,499.95 direct with Lumix G Vario HD 14-140mm/F4.0-5.8 lens) isnt just a solid D-SLR—its also a darn good HD camcorder. In a well-lit environment, the camera can produce high-quality still images, but ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-05-01
As long term manufacturers of camcorders, Panasonic have poured all their know-how into the G-series. Before Olympus have a chance to unpack their concept model, Panasonic have released the second model in the Micro FourThirds system. The GH1 offe...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Panasonic DMC-GH2 Review March 2011| Barnaby Britton (with additional material by Richard Butler and Uwe Steinmuller) When Panasonic first launched the GH1, its second Micro Four Thirds camera, it was widely seen as simply being a G1 with video shooti...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Lens/sensor combo allows creative focus, Microphone jack, Amazing LCD screen
Manual zoom controls arent smooth, Editing AVCHD video requires a supercomputer
Camcorder Review:Lumix DMC-GH1 DSLR Camera Kit (page 2) A Micro Closing With multiple AVCHD video modes, microphone jack and LCD screen that looks taken from a $40,000 Varicam, the Lumix GH1 has all the makings of a fine camcorder. The video has an ama...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Panasonic's second Micro Four Thirds camera gets HD video recording some extra features a big zoom and a very big price tag. Report by Paul Burrows.Ok, are you sitting down? If you like the idea of owning the Lumix GH1 – and there are lots of good reasons...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-08-06
Shoots high-definition video, shoots very crisp images, auto ISO limiting, electronic viewfinder, built-in flash
Feels too bulky for a Micro Four Thirds camera, image stabilisation not built in to camera body
Panasonics Lumix DMC-GH1 is a Micro Four Thirds–based advanced digital camera that accepts interchangeable lenses (much like a digital SLR camera). It has an absolute glut of manual and automatic features. The Lumix DMC-GH1 is not as big as a traditional digital SLR camera, nor does it have a traditional optical viewfinder. Instead, it relies on an electronic viewfinder (called a LiveViewFinder or LVF). Its relatively compact size makes it a suitable for anyone who wants similar capabilities tRead more >