Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 Camera Review (Part 1)

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Panasonic Lumix G6 is Panasonic’s updates to Panasonic Lumix G5, and features integrate with Wi-Fi, NFC, OLED EVF screen, improve video mode, focus peaking, and is the latest product DSLM of Panasonic. Panasonic Lumix G6 is available with a body only priced of $823.5.


Designed to compete with the market of digital SLR camera, the style of it is very similar to a compact DSLR camera. It is introduced with a 14-140mm lens, more compact HD zoom with optical IS, and a bright aperture than the previous version. The camera has two custom modes on the dial (C1/C2), manual movie options, HDR, and a micro socket; this is a new feature that is not available on the Panasonic Lumix G5.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6

Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6

Panasonic Lumix G6 has a number of improvements and updates based on the Panasonic Lumix G5, including a new OLED electronic viewfinder, soft light AF, built-in Wi-Fi, as well as a panorama mode not available on the G5.

Wi-Fi is built-in, as well as NFC (Near-Field Communication) to allow set the Wi-Fi connections with smartphones. Smart phones can be used as a remote shutter control, or set to immediately transfer an image automatically to smartphone after shooting. Wi-Fi can also be used to set up automatic backup of photos and videos to your computer.

Camera screen

Camera screen

Key Features

·         16.05 megapixel live MOS sensor, low-light AF

·         1.44million dot OLED EVF

·         P/S/A/M manual video control, 50p/24p

·         One-touch picture sharing and remote shooting

·         NFC/Wi-Fi

·         Electronic shutter

·         3inch touch screen, 1036K dots

·         7fps continuous shooting, 5fps with continuous AF

·         Improved video 50p/24fps, stereo micro

·         ISO160 - ISO25600

·         New Venus engine - Area based noise reduction

·         19 filter effects

·         Sweep / Auto Panoramic feature (filter)

·         Focus peaking

·         Micro socket


Bigger than the G5, G6 has many look like a camera compact digital SLR, with a good rubber hand grip, as well as the texture of rubber at the rear and on the left side of the camera. In the front a rubber coating that can be opened and you will find a microphone socket behind.

The body camera

The body camera

There are total five function buttons that can be found around the camera, with the most typical default function, which can be adjusted to set up camera depending on your personal preference, with two function buttons available on the screen. The touch screen allows you to scan through your images in playback mode, as well as allow you to focus on any area of the screen, and if you want, you can also use the screen to take photo. This camera, does not force you to use the touch screen, and you quite happily can use the camera with full functions without using the screen if you do not like.




Menu is easy to use, because there are the explanation for the current option is displayed at the top of the screen. The menus can also be controlled by using the touch screen to make them look more intuitive to use if you are familiar with the use of touch-screen devices. This camera is quick during use, with the particularly impressive focus and shutter response. For more information of Panasonic Lumix G6 menu you can be viewed below.




The built-in Wi-Fi for Panasonic Lumix G6 offers many features, including the ability to connect it to a smartphone or tablet running Android or iOS. First you need to install the application from Panasonic image from app store, and then you can connect to the camera via Wi-Fi, or use NFC to set up the connection of your phone. This application creates three main ways to work, first as a remote control for the camera, allow you to access a number of options and settings, including the Q. Menu, focus and shoot touch, as well as stop motion animation. The second mode, the playback, allows you to view photos, as well as transfer them to your phone or delete them. Third mode is exploiting GPS navigation option, which allows you to record your location and then it can add GPS location information to pictures.

Designed to compete with the market of digital SLR camera, the style of it is very similar to a compact DSLR camera.

Designed to compete with the market of digital SLR camera, the style of it is very similar to a compact DSLR camera.

In addition to the Panasonic imaging applications, there are also some other Wi-Fi features built-in to camera, allow you to automatically transfer images to smartphones after shooting, backup to your computer, or share to social network sites. Despite of sharing photos to social networking sites require Lumix account settings, this requires a computer and then activate (or other sites) Facebook connect.

Battery Life

Battery life is rated at 340 shots according to Panasonic / CIPA test results, this results is ranked similarly to Panasonic Lumix G5. Using Wi-Fi expansion will reduce the battery life further, so a spare battery is recommended.




We took some photos to test the response of the camera, from the opening of the first photo, turn over each one in turn, focus speed, etc.... We have some photos and then use average to ensure the accuracy and consistency, makes it easy to compare with other cameras.

·         Shutter Response: 0.05

·         Wide - Focus / Shutter Response: 0.25

·         Full zoom - Focus / Shutter Response: 0.25

·         Switch on Time to Taking a photo: 0.6

·         Shot to Shot without Flash: 0.5

·         Shot to Shot with Flash: 1.0

·         Continuous Shooting - JPEG: 6fps (13 shots)

·         Continuous Shooting - Flash: N/A

·         Continuous Shooting - RAW: 6fps (7 shots)

The focus and shutter response process are both quick, and the camera has a very good switch on time, as well as shot to shot. We can shoot at 6fps when shooting JPEG or RAW.

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