The Panasonic Lumix DMC GX7 is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that uses the Micro Four Thirds mount. It was the first Micro Four Thirds camera from Lumix to employ in-body stabilisation, albeit on just two axes. (Competing models from Olympus already had IBIS on 5 axes at the time.) Other characteristics include a 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor, a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000s, Full HD video capture, a silent shutter mode, and a tiltable built-in electronic viewfinder.
- Announcement date: August 1st 2013
- Release date: September 2013
The first section of this article features a gallery of the best sample images we took while testing the Lumix GX7 in the field. In the second section, you will find a selection of sample SOOC JPG and RAW files to download. We hope you enjoy browsing through them!
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Panasonic Lumix GX7 Sample Images
The following gallery features a series of Lumix GX7 sample RAW images, all of which were edited in Lightroom and exported as JPGs. Each image is accompanied by information about the shutter speed, aperture, ISO value, and lens used.
Clicking an image will open a larger version in a new window.
Stop Motion Animation Sample
A video feature that the Lumix GX7 inherited from the G6 is Stop Motion Animation.
Stop motion is an animation technique whereby you move an object in small increments between shots to give the appearance of movement when all the frames are played in a continuous sequence. You can see how it works by watching the short clip below.
SOOC JPG and RAW Samples to Download
The following is a selection of unedited SOOC JPG and RAW samples for you to download and experiment with. (Note that Lumix RAW files are called RW2.)