The GH2 offers a jump up in sensor resolution over prior Lumix Micro Four Thirds models, with 16.02 megapixels to the GH1 and G2's 12.1 megapixels. The sensor, of course, has remained the same size. While it dwarfs any compact point-and-shoot's sensor, the GH2's Four Thirds sensor is somewhat smaller than the Sony NEX and Samsung NX's APS-C sized imagers. An increase in megapixels could potentially result in more noise at high ISO sensitivities for the GH2.
Pixels and specs don't tell the story, real-world images and controlled test results will. Keep on reading our full review and see how the Panasonic GH2 fares.
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