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Compare Prices of Panasonic DMC-G1A

Lowest price for the Panasonic DMC-G1A in the Philippines is ₱ 2,353.00

You can buy the Panasonic DMC-G1A at the lowest price of ₱ 2,353.00 from AliExpress.
Alternatively, the Panasonic DMC-G1A is also sold in Hong Kong at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 2,358.00 and Malaysia at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 2,352.00 and Singapore at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 2,351.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Price List by Country for Panasonic DMC-G1A

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 346.00 PHP 2,358.00
Malaysia MYR 175.80 PHP 2,352.00
Philippines PHP 2,353.00 PHP 2,353.00
Singapore SGD 59.40 PHP 2,351.00

Specs of Panasonic DMC-G1A

DMC-G1A Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelDMC-G1A
DateJun 2011
Memory
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC
Display
DisplayLCD
Display diagonal7.62 cm (3")
Field of view100%
Ports & interfaces
PictBridge
Lens system
Optical zoom2x
Digital zoom4x
Focal length range (f-f)14 - 45 mm
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, Auto
Light exposure modesAperture priority AE, Manual, Shutter priority AE
Light exposure correction± 3EV (1/3EV step)
Light meteringCentre-weighted, Spot
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Picture quality
Camera typeMILC
Megapixel12.1 MP
Sensor typeLive MOS
Maximum image resolution4000 x 3000 pixels
Still image resolution(s)1920 x 1080,2048 x 1536,2816 x 1584,2816 x 1880,2816 x 2112,4000 x 2248,4000 x 2672,4000 x 3000
Image stabilizer
Supported aspect ratios3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Total megapixels13.1 MP
Video
HD typeFull HD
Analog signal format systemNTSC,PAL
Focusing
Auto focusing (AF) modesFace tracking
FocusTTL
Auto Focus (AF) lock
Flash
Flash modesAuto, Red-eye reduction, Second curtain synchro, Slow synchronization
Camera
White balanceAuto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Shade
Scene modesChildren, Close-up (macro), Landscape, Night landscape, Night portrait, Party (indoor), Portrait, Sports, Sunset
Self-timer delay2,10 s
Histogram
Live view
Image editingResizing, Rotating, Trimming
On Screen Display (OSD) languagesEnglish, Spanish, French, Portuguese
Calendar
Battery
Power source typeAC
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery voltage7.2 V
Battery capacity1250 mAh
Design
Colour of productBlue

Reviews of Panasonic DMC-G1A

photo.net
Reviewed on 2009-11-04
Panasonic G1First off, for a more expansive history of the four-thirds system, please check out the related entry on our good friend Wikipedia.A brief, and highly opinionated, history of the micro four-thirds systemThe Four-Thirds (or 4/3) system has n...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2009-10-12
Very small design; excellent image quality; full feature set; interchangeable lenses.
ortium is composed of seven companies (including Panasonic) who agreed upon certain specifications. Cameras that meet the Four Thirds spec all share the same lens mount so they can exchange lenses, and they all have sensors of a particular size.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 in black.You have to understand a few fundamentals of digital camera design to decide if Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G1 is the right camera for you. Currently, the digital camera market is divided into point-and-shoot cameras and singl...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Reviewed on 2009-06-02
Digital cameras continue to evolve adding more features and new formats. The first cameras using a new camera format called Micro Four Thirds have just started to appear. The Panasonic G1 is the one of the first new cameras of this type. Lets see how ...
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tipa.com
Reviewed on 2009-06-01
The Panasonic Lumix G-series cameras are the first cameras based on the Micro Four Thirds system, and the world’s smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens camera system. The Lumix G1 and GH1 eliminate the internal mirror structure that defin...
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tipa.com
Reviewed on 2009-06-01
The Panasonic Lumix G-series cameras are the first cameras based on the Micro Four Thirds system, and the world’s smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens camera system. The Lumix G1 and GH1 eliminate the internal mirror structure that defin...
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photozone.de
Reviewed on 2009-04-20
According to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 brochures its "New-Generation Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera" and this refers to the worlds first micro-four-thirds camera, as well as our chance to verify if the "enormous photographic power in a palm-s...
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luminous-landscape.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-01
CameraQuest Leica M to Micro 4/3 Lens Adaptor Is The Panasonic Lumix G1 the New Digital Leica? I dont want to pick a fight. I really dont. But since getting the CameraQuest Leica M to Micro 4/3 lens adaptor my thinking about the Leica M series and i...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2009-04-01
Panasonic has developed an Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera (ILDC) that’s not a single lens reflex model. Substantially smaller than a standard D-SLR, the 12.1-megapixel Lumix DMC-G1 is categorized as a Micro Four Thirds camera; that’s only because...
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popphoto.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-10
Panasonic's new Lumix DMC-G1 isn't a DSLR. Yes, you can remove the lens, and the camera's $800 street price (with 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens) makes it more expensive than some entry-level DSLRs. But this tiny interchangeable-lens electronic-viewfinder ...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2009-03-02
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-G1: WORLDS SMALLEST AND LIGHTEST DIGITAL INTERCHANGEABLE LENS CAMERA Worlds First Micro Four Thirds System Camera Features Portability, Ease-of-Use and Colorful Blue and Red Models For Personalized Style and Active Lifestyles Seca...
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cameralabs.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-28
Compact but comfortable body, Large and detailed viewfinder image, Flip-out screen with detailed image, Easy to use and good user interface.
Viewfinder noisy and jerky in low light, AF restrictions with Four Thirds lenses, Battery life below most DSLRs, No movie mode.
Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G1 is the first camera to be based on the Micro Four Thirds standard. Micro Four Thirds was jointly developed by Olympus and Panasonic to target those who want the flexibility and quality of camera with a large sensor and interch...
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v3.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-02-27
Lightweight even with lens attached; user-friendly; fast
Requires investment in a new camera system and lenses; some image blemishes visible on close inspection
Thankfully, the fact that it’s available in black, red or blue isn’t the Panasonic G1’s most notable feature.It’s the first digital camera to adopt the new Micro Four Thirds system, an new version of a standard co-developed by Olympus and Panasonic as ...
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dpinterface.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-27
The Panasonic Lumix G1 is “the world’s smallest” interchangeable lens camera at the moment. It works like a digital SLR, takes pictures like a digital SLR, is as expandable as a digital SLR… but it takes away the mirror box (and thus the optical viewf...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-13
Uses new "Micro Four Thirds" standard, which allows for a smaller body and lens than comparable entry-level D-SLRs. Solid image quality at ISO 100-800. Large, articulating 3-inch LCD. HDMI-out.
Not much smaller than a D-SLR. No optical viewfinder. Excessive noise at higher ISOs. Longer shutter lag than traditional D-SLRs. No video-recording capability.
Dreaming of the day when you can have the performance of a D-SLR in the body of a compact camera? It may be closer than you think. The 12.1-megapixel Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 ($799.95 list) is the first camera to incorporate the Micro Four Thirds syst...
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brighthub.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-12
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 is a wonderful compact digital camera with great performance and exceptional photo quality, although it has a few design quirks here and there. Tech Specs$668.00 USD 12.10 megapixels JPEG still format 3.2 optical zoom rechar...
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infosyncworld.com
Reviewed on 2009-02-10
Rivals prosumer models in terms of image quality. Packed with features. Excellent electronic viewfinder performance and swivel LCD is highly convenient. ...
Compatible with a limited number of interchangeable lenses. Buttons are too small. ...
We got our hands on the worlds first Micro Four Thirds camera, and it dazzled us in so many ways. Youll just have to read all about it in our Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 review.
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photoxels.com
Reviewed on 2008-12-22
The G1s real claim to fame is, of course, the availability of smaller and lighter lenses. By using a smaller lens mount (micro FourThirds) and getting rid of the mirror (whose sole purpose is to reflect the light coming from the lens to the viewfinder...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2008-12-15
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 is smaller and lighter than any digital SLR, but relies on a 3in LCD screen and an electronic eye-level viewfinder for shot composition.For some people, the biggest obstacles to buying a digital SLR camera are the bulk and w...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2008-12-11
3in articulating LCD, overall design and build quality, compact size
Price at odds with specification, oversensitive LVF eye sensors, image flatness
Back in August, Panasonic and Olympus made a joint announcement to the camera world that was to go down as story of the year. Together, the companies had developed a new camera system that offered the interchangeable- lens functionality of a DSLR, but...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2008-12-08
First Micro Four Thirds camera, Solid print quality, Very high quality Live View finder, Good 3-inch LCD screen, Almost D-SLR-like response
Expensive, No video of any type, Noise at ISO 800 and above, Live View finder is a bit disconcerting, Not many lenses available without adaptor, *
One of the biggest digicam breakthroughs in 2008 was the announcement of the Micro Four Thirds System. What’s that you say? You’ve never heard of it – unlike the Wall Street crash of ’08 or Obama’s landslide? Perhaps ...
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