Panasonic's G3 is yet another attempt at putting the Micro in Micro Four-Thirds, shrinking another G-series camera down by a significant margin.
Meanwhile, though the frame is shrinking, the goods just keep piling on. The G3 offers a compact metal body, a 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor, an articulated high-resolution rear LCD, a full hot shoe, and an electronic viewfinder. All of this is offered for a decidedly entry-level MSRP of $700, with lens included.
|Viewfinder Coverage||100 %|
|Viewfinder Magnification||1.4 x|
|Display Type||articulated touchscreen LCD|
|Display Size||3 in.|