Panasonic G3: Our sample images


No exposure compensation was required here despite the large patch of bright sky.

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The texture of the stone has been captured well

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Shot wide open (f/5.6) at 42mm with the kit lens to minimise depth of field, Panasonic's 45mm f/2.9 lens would've been a better bet

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The green is a little on the vibrant side in this shot

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Taken at ISO 3200 while looking away from the subject and using Touch Shutter to trigger the exposure. The Auto white balance system has done well in the mixed lighting

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The articulated screen makes it easy to shot from very low angles. Again, no exposure compensation applied here

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The subtle colours have been recorded accurately here

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No bikes

The G3 is a good choice of camera for street and reportage photography

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Head of Testing, Cameras

Angela (Twitter, Google+, website) is head of testing for Future's photography portfolio, writing and overseeing reviews of photographic equipment for Digital Camera, Photography Week, PhotoPlus, NPhoto and Practical Photoshop as well as TechRadar's cameras channel. Angela has a degree in photography and multimedia and prior to joining Future in October 2010 was Amateur Photographer magazine's technical editor.