Panasonic LUMIX G6 Review


Panasonic LUMIX G6 Review - Verdict


Panasonic Lumix G6 front view


Priced competitively against rival DSLRs such as either Canon's EOS 100D or 700D, Nikon's D5200 and Sony's Alpha 65, the Panasonic Lumix G6 has a lot going for it.

Packed with features, there's not a lot missing from the G6 it this price point, especially when you factor in the Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. The touchscreen interface and host of body-mounted controls make the G6 really easy and quick to use, and while we feel the overall finish has taken a slight step back over the G5, the curved handgrip delivers one of the most satisfying grips out there.

Image quality is strong, delivering plenty of detail, and while it might not be quite a match for DSLRs at the higher sensitivities, it's still more than adequate – especially if you shoot Raw – while the video performance will also appeal.

That's not forgetting its compact proportions. If you're looking for comparable DSLR performance and images in a smaller body that's complimented by a growing range of compact lenses, then the G6 is the perfect travel companion.

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Features 19/20
Design 18/20
Image Quality 17/20
Performance 18/20
Value 18/20
Overall Score 90%

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