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Panasonic GX1 vs. Sony NEX 5N vs. Olympus E PL3

comparison review of Panasonic GX1
Panasonic GX1 specification comparison review: Panasonic GX1 vs. Sony NEX 5N vs Olympys E PL3, does Panasonic GX1 have enough features to beat Sony NEX 5N and Olympus E PL3? Read the Specification Comparison review and get your answer.

Panasonic GX1 vs Sony NEX 5N vs Olympus NEX 5N
Sensor: The sensor of Sony NEX 5N is 16.1 MP Exmor APS HD CMOS image sensor, Sony NEX 5N Sensor is bigger and better,  you get more Dynamic range and better low light performance compared to Panasonic GX1 and Olympus E PL3.

Image processor: the brain of Sony NEX 5N is fast compared to Panasonic GX1 and Olympus E PL3, The new image processor in Sony NEX 5N is a refined version of Sony’s BIONZ image processor.
The Sony New BIONZ image processor enables fast processing for up to 10 fps continuous shooting of data-intensive 16.1 megapixel images, 2D/3D Sweep Panorama modes and 6 image layering.

Auto Focus: The Olympus E PL3 offers 35 separate focus points that are spread over nearly the entire sensor, The Sony NEX 5N offers 25 AF point and Panasonic GX1 offers 23 AF Point.

The 35 AF points of Olympus helps you for pin-point accurate focusing on small subjects wherever they appear in the frame. Selectable 3×3 groups within the 35-point area are especially effective when shooting active subjects.

Manual Focus: The Sony NEX 5N offers peaking AF Display for Manual AF, It make manual focusing much easier by highlighting the edges that are in focus in your choice of three colors (white, red, or yellow).

ISO Rating: The Sony NEX 5N offers large APS-C Sensor and 25600 MAX ISO range, better than the Panasonic GX1 and Olympus E P3.

Sony’s BIONZ image processor chroma noise reduction delivers high-resolution, low-noise photos even at ISO 25600 sensitivity.

Shutter Range: The Olympus E PL3 and Panasonic GX1 offers a bit more Min shutter range compared to Sony NEX 5N.

Image Stabilization: Olympus E PL3 offers in camera sensor shift image stabilization, it helps while shooting with prime lenses in low light condition.

Continuous shooting: Sony NEX 5N offers 10 Shot/Sec speed, better compared Olympus E PL3 and Panasonic GX1.

Movie Mode: All the three Mirrorless camera offers Full HD Video recording at 60fps.

Display / LCD: The Sony NEX 5N offers high resolution 3” 921K dots Tilting Touch Screen LCD, The TruBlack screen includes a special resin layer to suppress internal reflections, increasing contrast compared to conventional LCDs. Sunny Weather mode boosts visibility even further in bright sunlight.

Batter Life: According to CIPA standard you capture 430 shots on a single charge with Sony lithium ion Stamina battery power, Sony NEX 5N offers longest battery life compared to Panasonic GX1 and Olympus E PL3.

Conclusion: Sony NEX 5N is a clear winner, if you are looking forward to Mirrorless camera, go ahead and buy the Sony NEX 5N. It’s worth the money.

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3 comments to Panasonic GX1 vs. Sony NEX 5N vs. Olympus E PL3

  • Neat comparison…if it wasn’t for the fact that the selection of lenses for the NEX system is poor to say the least…so yes the camera is potentially a winner (if you can cope with the handling and absurd body/lens size ratio) but only when mount conversion rings will be available…

  • Jepz

    On paper the NEX camera is the clear winner but I will wait for tests results for the GX1 to prove otherwise.

    In a issue of What Digital Camera magazine, the Panasonic GH2 produced excellent results with the Micro 4/3 sensor. The GX1 uses that same sensor. Another advantage of the Micro 4/3 is the depth of available lenses. The NEX has limited range of lenses and all are bulky to tote around. Another plus for the GX1(despite the lower resolution) is the Touch interface. The NEX 5N has a touch interface but not as good as the GX1 in terms of usability. The GX1 allows you to use physical buttons, the touch screen or a mix to get that perfect picture.

    I am not bashing the NEX. I owned a NEX 5. It was an excellent camera. But the interface was not that good. The lack of a Hotshoe comprised its all-around capability. The non-availability of a medium zoom lens limited its shooting potential.

    The GX1 may sacrifice some picture quality (the GH2 and G3 test results show that the sensor produces good pictures up to ISO3200 which is the highest ISO that I shoot with my Canon 550D) but the depth of lenses, available Hotshoe, and Touch Interface may mitigate what it lacks.

  • Sandra

    I have Sony NEX 5N and Panasonic G3, Panasonic G3 uses same sensor as Panasonic GH2, The image quality of Sony NEX is Excellent, I get really very low noise in high ISO shot, the bigger sensor of Sony NEX gives more dynamic range and DOF (Depth of Field).

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