Panasonic GF5 review by Thom Hogan at Sans Mirror: This is an average performing camera, so if you're frugal and find it at a below average price, you may have a winner.

"I liked the GF3, but I'm liking the GF5 more. Panasonic, to their credit, has fixed a lot of the small weaknesses in the update. It's not the fastest mirrorless camera in the world, it's not the best image quality camera in the mirrorless world, it doesn't have the most pixels of any mirrorless camera, but it takes excellent pictures on the fly and doesn't get in your way while doing so. It's a spouse-friendly camera (press the iA button before handing it to someone who isn't a photographer), it doesn't have controls that get changed when you handle it roughly (slipping mode dials, etc.). All in all,

it's a perfectly competent little package, with the emphasis on little.

Drawbacks
More complicated under the covers. The menu system still seems a little out of place from the rest of the simplicity of the camera. For serious shooters, that's okay; for novice shooters, it can still overwhelm you.
Not quite state of the art. The 12mp sensor has been pushed about as far as we can expect. While that's a "good 12mp," it's still just 12mp in a 16mp+ world. Fine for people who don't need to print big, but a little undersized for those that want to print big or crop a lot.

Positives
Shooting simplicity. The small changes Panasonic made between the GF3 and GF5 actually made a simple camera simpler in actual use. Good job, Panny.
Size. Small. As small as m4/3 gets; with the right lens that means it'll slip into a big pocket."

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