Panasonic GF6 previews round-up: A camera that recognizes meals is shurely a good thing.

So, how was Panasonic's latest micro 4/3 camera entry received by the media? Pretty positively actually. We've selected some quotes:

Shawn Low from Cnet.Asia writes: "Although the GF6 is thicker and has a boxier build, we found the camera's front grip and substantial thumbrest provides a more secure grip and better ergonomics than its predecessor."

Richard Butler at DPReview: "But, while it gains features that will appeal both to the point-and-shoot and the take-control crowd, the GF6's trump card is Wi-Fi. Or, more specifically, the best implementation of Wi-Fi to hit the market so far."

David Ludlow at Expert Reviews: "There's even a Meal Recognition mode for shooting pictures of food, which will no-doubt appeal to hipsters."

Mike Tompkins at Imaging Resource: "The Lumix GF6's Creative Panorama function, meanwhile, is different from most rivals in that it couples in-camera panorama capture and stitching with the Creative Control modes to provide unusually-filtered panoramas."

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