Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7
Lumix GX7.jpg
TypeMicro Four Thirds system
LensMicro Four Thirds system mount
Sensor4/3 type MOS ('Live MOS sensor')
Sensor size17.3 x 13.0 mm (in 4:3 aspect ratio)
Maximum resolution4592 x 3448 (16.0 megapixels)
Storage mediaSD /SDHC / SDXC
Focus modesAF Single, AF Flexible, AF Continuous, Manual focus,

Face Detection, AF Tracking, 23 Area Focusing / 1 Area Focusing, Pinpoint, AF detection range: EV -4 – 18 (ISO 100),

Quick AF, Continuous AF, AF+MF, Eye Sensor AF, Touch AF/AE, Touch Pad AF, Touch Shutter, MF Assist, One Shot AF
Exposure modesAperture priority,

Shutter, Program AE, Manual,

iAuto, SCN, Movie, Custom (3)
Metering modesMultiple, Center-Weighted, Spot
FlashBuilt-in flash + hot shoe for external
ShutterMechanical shutter / Electronic shutter
Shutter speed range60–1/8000 sec
Continuous shooting9 RAW images,
Viewfinderbuilt-in 2.7MP, tilting LCV Live View Finder, with eye sensor
Image processing
White balanceAuto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Incandescent, Flash, White Set 1/2, Color temperature setting
Video recordingAVCHD / MP4, NTSC / PAL, 1080p (25, 30, 60 fps), 720p (24, 50, 60 fps), 480p (25, 30 fps)
LCD screentilting 3 inch (3:2 aspect ratio), 1,040,000 dots
Battery1025 mAh 7.2v Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
Dimensions123 mm × 71 mm × 54 mm (4.83 × 2.78 × 2.15 inches)
WeightApprox. 402 g (14.2 oz) (camera body with battery and SD card)

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 announced in August 2013, is a Micro Four Thirds compact mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. It was Panasonic's first Micro Four Thirds camera with a built-in in-body stabilization system (IBIS) and has a built-in EVF (add-on EVFs are no-longer supported).[1] Panasonic uses 2-axis in-body stabilization allowing the use of shutter speeds 1 to 2 stops slower than without stabilization,[2] compared to the 4 to 5 stops of improvement offered by Olympus' 5-axis stabilization.[3]

Comparison of GF2, GX7 and GX1.

Features include:

  • Magnesium alloy body
  • New 16 MP Live MOS, Four Thirds sensor (25% better Signal to Noise performance, 10% better sensitivity, 10% better saturation level [4])
  • Venus Engine
  • ISO 200 - 25,600 (ISO 125 in extended mode, max. 3,200 in movie mode)
  • Maximum shutter speed 1/8000 sec.
  • AF detective range: -4 EV to 18 EV [5]
  • Micro Four Thirds mount
  • Full HD video capture, including 1920 x 1080/60p (AVCHD or MP4 formats)
  • Full-time AF and tracking AF also available in cinema-like 24p video with a bit rate of maximum 24 Mbit/s
  • Built-in live view finder (electronic view finder, EVF), 90-degree tilt-able, 2.764M pixel resolution with 100% Adobe RGB color reproduction
  • Built-in 3", 1040K pixel tilting (45 deg. up, 80 deg. down), touch-screen LCD screen
  • Built-in flash (and hot-shoe)
  • Sensor-shift, in-body image stabilization (2-axis)
  • 5fps using single AF with mechanical shutter / 60fps with electronic shutter up to 12 frames
  • Focus Peaking
  • 22 creative effects, HDR
  • Panoramic mode, with filters
  • Silent Mode, electronic shutter mode
  • Near Field Communication (NFC)
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Black / Silver versions
  • Introduction price: $999 in the US (body only)


The Panasonic GX8, which succeeds the Panasonic GX7 camera, has a 20MO sensor, an ISO range of 100-25600 and 49 AF points. The Panasonic GX8 can record 4K videos and 4K time-lapse movies.


  1. ^ "Panasonic Lumix GX7 review". Retrieved January 9, 2014.
  2. ^ "Review Panasonic GX7 (m43)". Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  3. ^ "Olympus OMD EM5 Mark II review". Retrieved June 1, 2015.
  4. ^ Imaging Source: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 Review "Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 Review"
  5. ^ Lumix GX7 Review Part 2 – Sensor, Shutter and In Body Stabilization "Lumix GX7 Review Part 2 – Sensor, Shutter and In Body Stabilization" Archived 2013-08-20 at the Wayback Machine

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Preceded by Panasonic Micro Four Thirds System cameras
August 2013–August 2015
Succeeded by