Panasonic has put high-quality images at the fingertips of snapshooters and photo enthusiasts alike with the GM-1, a miracle of miniaturization. At a teeny 3.88x2.16x1.2 inches and featherweight 0.38 pounds (body only), the Panasonic Lumix GM-1 can claim to be the smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera in the world. It does this while using a 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor that measures 17.3x13mm, a touchscreen interface, and a full set of features typically found on larger cameras. Who it's for: Snapshooters stepping up from smaller-sensor compact digital cameras and smartphones Photo enthusiasts who want a pocketable camera with advanced picture-taking capabilities Even though the GM-1 is roughly 20 percent smaller than its big sibling, the recently-announced Panasonic GX-7, it offers a full menu of features to satisfy demanding enthusiasts as well as simple controls that will put high-quality image-making at the fingertips of even the most inexperienced shooter. How did Panasonic make the camera so small? The company says they optimized the layout of internal electronic components with high-density mounting, resulting in a savings of around 30 percent of the space normally taken up by the circuit board. The GM-1 offers an extensive variety of AF functions, such as Low Light AF, Pinpoint AF, and One-shot AF, which can be employed to handle a variety of shooting situations. The camera is controlled via a 3-inch touch sc
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