The Panasonic G7 aims to make 4K shooting useful to still photographers as well as videographers – but can it deliver on the basics as well?
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Panasonic's 4K Photo mode makes for easy 30fps shooting to ensure you capture the moment – and there's a vari-angle touchscreen to boot.
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