Panasonic LUMIX DC-GX880KEBK Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera with 12-32 mm Interchangeable Lens - Black
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Other than the rather ineffectual hand-grip and the smattering of new and improved selfies modes, the Panasonic GX880 is identical to its predecessor both externally and internally.
Auto / Intelligent ISO / 100 (Extended) / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 / 12800 / 25600 (Changeable to 1/3 EV step)The GX880 is also known as the GF10 and GF90 in other markets. Panasonic says the GX880 is "the one for the fashion blogger." I cannot see why a grip would make the camera larger, especially that a lens must be mounted to use the camera. As long as the grip does not protrude out more than the thinnest lens, it is OK.
More GX850 shots... I find the overall speed of the camera in responding to changing settings is key to get the tool out of the way when taking photographs on the street with a lot of potentially fast changing conditions. If you resort to a monochrome mode, your high-frame rate option gets ghosted out with no explanation whatsoever. The focus peaking settings and the actually engagement of it are in completely separate sub menus. Recording stops when the continuous recording time exceeds 20 minutes in [FHD/60p] [FHD/50p] [FHD/60i] [FHD/50i].
Expressive / Retro / Old Days / High Key / Low Key / Sepia / Monochrome / Dynamic Monochrome / Rough Monochrome / Silky Monochrome / Impressive Art / High Dynamic / Cross Process / Toy Effect / Toy Pop / Bleach Bypass / Miniature Effect / Soft Focus / Fantasy / Star Filter / One Point Color / Sunshine Colours directly from the Panasonic Lumix DC-GX800 in JPEG images are warm and nicely saturated. They require little to no adjustment, which is excellent news for an entry-level offering.