The current price-flagship of the Micro Four Thirds system (among photography-priority cameras) is the Panasonic GH3 and it has received a new review at Neocamera.
The GH3 has been steadily in-stock for both purchases and rentals – you can check the latest situation at the Stock Status site.
The Panasonic GH3 continues its review parade with a new detailed review published at DKamera.de which you can also read in computer-translatese.
The GH3 is steadily in-stock now at its starting price of $1300, so much so, that you can get a free 32GB memory card at Samy’s Camera or 2% promotional rewards at B&H Photo or a 12-month no-interest financing offer at Amazon.
Back to the Panasonic GH3 we go now with yet another new review of the camera at M43rds-priority blog M43 Photo.
And now a 10-part review for the Panasonic GH3 at Camera Ergonomics. You can find the first two parts in the March 2013 archives and the next eight parts at the start/bottom of the April 2013 archives. Keep in mind blogs show the most recent posts first, so you have to start reading from the bottom.
More Panasonic GH3 action! EOS-HD published their review of the camera, which was also partially included in the dpreview review diatribe.
From one hot camera du jour to another, here comes a review of the Panasonic GH3 at dpreview.
Back to the Panasonic GH3 we go as it slowly but steadily manages to build up a review portfolio with the latest review ready for your reviewtainent at Photo Review.
A new review is now out for the Panasonic GH3, it is the web version of the Popular Photography and Imaging magazine review.
Back to the Panasonic GH3 we go once again as the camera continues to propagate in the review-o-sphere with a new review at Camera Stuff Review.
A new review is out for the current price leader of M43rds, the Panasonic GH3, in a photographer priority review by professional photographer Ming Thein.
As of the time of writing, the GH3 is indeed in-stock at authorized Panasonic dealers for $1300 – check the Stock Status mini site for the latest updates.
The current price leader of the Micro Four Thirds system has a new review out for it ready for your digital consumption, it is out at Fotopolis.pl which you can also read in computer translatese.
Availability wise, the Panasonic GH3 is easier to find now, check the Stock STatus mini site for the latest updates.
Availability issues and perhaps the increasing abundance of both video DSLRs/iLCs and video-priority digital cinema cameras perhaps did not create as much of a viral excitement for the Panasonic GH3 as it did for the GH2. But regardless, post is prologue, here is a new photographer priority review of the Panasonic GH3 at Admiring The Light.
The Panasonic GH3 action is heating up! The camera has just been reviewed by Dxomark where they have published their test results and they are comparing it to the GH2 and other cameras. Our usual link-a-thon of comparisons can be found at the Impact Review alert at the main blog.
Availability-wise, the GH3 remains in a state of pre-order as you can see at the Stock Status page.
PS: we are behind on the latest reviews. We hope to catch up before the end of the weekend (other things equal).
The slowness of the Panasonic GH3 in coming down is also having a side effect of cooling off some of the excitement, but here comes a new review of the camera today at Optyczne.pl which you can also read in computer-translatese.
If you are chasing the Panasonic GH3 (trying to find it in-stock), be sure to stay tuned to the Stock Status page.
And now a review of one of the hot cameras du jour, it is the Panasonic GH3 tested out at Pocket Lint.
As of the time of writing, the camera is in-stock for rentals but not for purchasing. For the latest availability updates, stay tuned to the Stock Status page.