Panasonic Lumix G110: Test of the system camera in mini format

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Panasonic Lumix G110 in the test © COMPUTER BILD

The Panasonic Lumix G110 system camera is tiny, but the small housing contains a full-blown camera, as the test by COMPUTER BILD shows.

If you are looking for an always-with-you camera with high image quality, the Panasonic Lumix G110 is the right choice. The system camera fits easily in your jacket pocket and not only shoots great photos, but also detailed videos in 4K. Hobby filmmakers can look forward to many additional functions, such as the tally function, which clearly shows when the camera is filming, or a microphone socket. The autofocus works very quickly and accurately with single images. In series, it weakens when the subject moves quickly.

Per

  • High image quality for photos and videos
  • Very fast series in 4K
  • Compact and light

Cons

  • Autofocus not always accurate in series

I.In recent times, Panasonic has mainly launched new system cameras from the Lumix S series with full-frame sensors. Although they deliver top image quality, they are also quite large – the lenses in particular can be real chunks. But Panasonic has a second series of system cameras: the Lumix G series cameras are much smaller. The Panasonic Lumix G110 is particularly compact and light. The test says what the mini camera can do.

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The best system cameras (APS-C / MFT)

High image quality

There is a sensor in the Panasonic Lumix G110 MicroFourThirds format (Sensor size 13.0×17.3 millimeters). In the test, it delivered beautifully detailed and crisp images and didn’t have to hide from cameras with larger sensors in daylight. The smaller sensor doesn’t like dim light so much, because the Lumix G110 can’t quite work with cameras with APS-C or full-frame sensors like its sister model Panasonic Lumix S5 keep up. Up to ISO 3200, the Lumix G110 can take great pictures (see photo gallery).

Video specialist in mini format





13 images

To the picture gallery

Mini camera, maxi viewfinder

The Panasonic Lumix G110 comes with the kit lens tiny (Dimensions 11.6×8.3×7.0 cm) and very easy (Weight 410 grams). Nevertheless, Panasonic manages to build in a fairly large viewfinder. That falls with a viewfinder enlargement of 0.73 times as big as a full-frame SLR and is hardly smaller than a full-frame system camera. Thanks to its high resolution, the viewfinder shows (1280×960 pixels) a very detailed picture; only the color reproduction is a bit reddish – more expensive cameras like the Nikon Z5 score with a noticeably true color display. A tribute to the low weight and the mini format: The Lumix G110 is not weatherproof. The camera can cope with a bit of drizzle if the photographer wipes off the water droplets immediately after taking the picture. If you want to take photos and film outside in heavy rain, you better take one of the weatherproof sister models such as the Panasonic Lumix G91 or the Panasonic Lumix G9.

Charges via USB




Good for snapshots, not for athletes





66 applications

Edit, present, burn

Simply trigger via the app

No question about current system cameras: The Panasonic Lumix G110 comes with a built-in WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS and Bluetooth; There is an app for smartphones and tablets (free for Android and Apple available). Once set up, the app is quite versatile: via Bluetooth, it can set the time, write location data in photos or trigger the camera. A remote control also works, but the camera has to switch to WLAN – but that takes a few seconds.

Test results

Panasonic Lumix G110

resolution

20.16 megapixels (5184 x 3888 pixels)

Recording sensor

13 x 17.3 mm (MFT)

lens

Lumix G 12-32mm f3.5-5.6 OIS

Weight / dimensions

410 grams / 11.6 x 8.3 x 7 cm

Memory card

1 x SD card (UHS-I)

PHOTO QUALITY

Laboratory test (daylight): level of detail / sharpness

1818/1569 line pairs

Laboratory test (daylight): noise / dynamic range / color deviation

low (VN 1.62) / very high (9.65 f-stops) / low (DeltaE 9.1)

PHOTO QUALITY IN LITTLE LIGHT

Laboratory test (ISO 1600): level of detail / sharpness

1710/1351 line pairs

Laboratory test (ISO 1600): noise / dynamic range / color deviation

low (VN 2.17) / still high (7.31 f-stops) / low (DeltaE 9.4)

Laboratory test (ISO 6400): level of detail / sharpness

1620/1105 line pairs

Laboratory test (ISO 6400): noise / dynamic range / color deviation

low (VN 2.84) / high (8.22 f-stops) / low (DeltaE 9.1)

VIDEO

Best resolution (max. Recording time)

4K (3840 x 2160 pixels at 30 frames per second) / 10 minutes

TEMPO

Auto focus delay in daylight / low light / switch-on time

low / low / short

Autofocus: Number of selectable measuring fields / range of functions / focus tracking

somewhat few (49) / somewhat few / still exactly

Burst speed

6.00 frames per second

FURNISHING

Viewfinder: type (resolution) / magnification / dioptric correction

electronic (3.69 megapixels) / 0.73 times / yes

Monitor: resolution / image diagonal (aspect ratio) / brightness / type

1.84 megapixels / 7.5 cm (3: 2) / bright / pan

Image Stabilization: Type (Effectiveness Wide / Normal / Tele)

in the lens (high / high / very high)

Manual: sharpness / aperture / time / long time / white balance / ISO

yes / yes / yes / yes / yes / yes

Exposure metering: multiple / spot / integral / special method

yes / yes / yes / no

GPS / WLAN / Bluetooth

automatically via app / yes / yes

Connections on the camera

Micro-USB, HDMI, microphone, hot shoe

Battery: Type / duration of video recording / chargeable via USB

DMW-BLG10E / 89 minutes / yes

Test result Panasonic Lumix G110

If you are looking for an always-with-you camera with high image quality, this is it Panasonic Lumix G110 (Test grade 2.2) just right. The system camera fits easily in your jacket pocket and not only shoots great photos, but also detailed videos in 4K. Hobby filmmakers can look forward to many additional functions, such as the tally function, which clearly shows when the camera is filming, or a microphone socket. The autofocus works very quickly and accurately with single images. In series, it weakens when the subject moves quickly.

Lumix DC-G110

If you are looking for an always-with-you camera with high image quality, the Panasonic Lumix G110 is the right choice. The system camera fits easily in your jacket pocket and not only shoots great photos, but also detailed videos in 4K. Hobby filmmakers can look forward to many additional functions, such as the tally function, which clearly shows when the camera is filming, or a microphone socket. The autofocus works very quickly and accurately with single images. In series, it weakens when the subject moves quickly.


  • High image quality for photos and videos
  • Very fast series in 4K
  • Autofocus not always accurate in series

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