Here we can see the Panasonic GF6 has coped well in a situation that has high contrast, all-purpose metering working well to produce a balanced exposure.
Images straight from the camera are bright and punchy without being overly vibrant.
There's plenty of detail captured by the Panasonic GF6, with images also displaying a pleasing drop-off in focus when using wider apertures.
The bundled 14-42mm kit lens is capable of producing sharp and detailed images, with plenty of detail right up to the corners of the frame.
At its widest point, the standard 14-42mm kit lens offers an equivalent focal length of 28mm.
This rises to 84mm at the telephoto end of the optic, making it a flexible option to start with.
The Panasonic GF6's tilting touchscreen is extremely useful when you want to compose images from various different angles.
There are a few new digital filters to experiment with on the Panasonic GF6. These can be used while shooting in raw format, leaving you with a 'clean' version of the image to work with if you prefer. This is an example of the Sunshine mode, which adds a burst of sunlight to the image. This can be moved around the scene, pre-capture, for maximum impact.
Another one of the new digital filters is Old Days, which adds a sepia-style toning to images.
Bleach Bypass is another of the new filters, creating a muted palette in shots.