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The DMC-GM1K pro­duced con­sis­tently good im­ages with great de­tail thanks to the larger Mi­cro Four Thirds sen­sor it shares with the higher-end Lumix DMC GX7. Aut­o­fo­cus is fast and ac­cu­rate, and the col­ors cap­tured were the most ac­cu­rate of the three. We’d read­ily go up to ISO 3200 on this one, and we’d ar­gue that you could get print­wor­thy im­ages even at ISO 6400 thanks to the grain-like noise. Again, the larger sen­sor size helps in this as­pect, as the DMC-GM1K had less noise com­pared to the other two at high ISOs. As a re­sult, you could ar­gue that the im­ages were just as de­tailed as the NX Mini de­spite hav­ing a lower megapixel count.

De­tail is well pre­served, even at ISO 3200.

The DMC-GM1K’s larger sen­sor gives great de­tail.

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