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5 Best Mirrorless Cameras in the US - September 2021

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Updated 09 September 2021
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5 best mirrorless cameras 2021

What Mirrorless Camera to Buy in September 2021?

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Samsung NX200 Sony NEX5R Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 Leica M9-P Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1
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20.3MP
5472 X 3648
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
10x
OPTICAL ZOOM
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.1
MINIMUM
12,800
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
16.1MP
4592 X 3056
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.5
MINIMUM
25,600
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
1s
CAMERA
16.3MP
4896 X 3264
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
2
MINIMUM
6,400
MAXIMUM ISO
1s
CAMERA
18MP
5432 X 3492
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
3x
OPTICAL ZOOM
2,500
MAXIMUM ISO
600g
16MP
4592 X 3448
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
1s
CAMERA
3.5
MINIMUM
12,800
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
72
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
65
Value for Money
Good
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good
78
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
83
Features
Fully-Featured
74
Popularity
Quite Popular
81
Value for Money
Very Good
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent
78
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
65
Value for Money
Good
75
Kagoo Score
Very Good
67
Brand Rating
Good Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
69
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good
81
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
83
Features
Fully-Featured
76
Value for Money
Very Good
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good
A fully featured but only moderate value for money 10x optical zoom camera. It has an image stabiliser and a GPS, is 3D and supports Wi-Fi. A good value for money and fully featured 218g digital camera. It has an image stabiliser and a touchscreen, is 3D and supports Wi-Fi. A fully featured but only moderate value for money 400g digital camera. It supports Wi-Fi and Full HD video and has a built-in flash and an HDMI. A fully featured but only ok value for money 3x optical zoom digital camera. A fully featured and bargain price 318g camera. It has an image stabiliser and a touchscreen, is 3D and supports Full HD video.
Leica M9-P size in context Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 size in context
12 Reasons For
Lighter
18% Higher Megapixels
Higher Still Image Resolution
Bigger Digital Zoom
Full HD Video
Larger Maximum Memory Card Size
15% Larger Display Diagonal
HDMI
3D
GPS
Multi Burst Mode
Wi-Fi
13 Reasons For
Full HD Video
Larger Display Diagonal
Touchscreen
HDMI
3D
A Lot Higher Maximum Playback Zoom
Multi Burst Mode
30 More Battery Life
Wi-Fi
Better Kagoo Score
$98 Cheaper
More Shops Are Selling It
Better Brand
5 Reasons For
Full HD Video
0.5" Larger Display Diagonal
HDMI
Wi-Fi
Newer by 13 Months
6 Reasons For
Full HD Video
Larger Display Diagonal
Touchscreen
HDMI
3D
Multi Burst Mode
8 Reasons Against
Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
616,000 Pixels Lower Display Resolution
10 Less Battery Life
Worse Kagoo Score
$123 More Expensive
Not As Many Stockists
Over Two Years Older
Worse Brand
7 Reasons Against
Heavier
Lower Megapixels
Lower Still Image Resolution
1x Smaller Digital Zoom
Vastly Lower Display Resolution
Does Not Have a GPS
Over One Year Older
9 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
4MP Lower Megapixels
Only 4896 X 2760 Still Image Resolution
Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Only 300 Battery Life
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $962
Less Retailers
Worse Brand
13 Reasons Against
456.4g Heavier
2.3MP Lower Megapixels
Lower Still Image Resolution
Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Does Not Support Full HD Video
64GB Smaller Maximum Memory Card Size
0.5" Smaller Display Diagonal
Lower Display Resolution
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $10,492
Less Retailers
Older by Over Two Years
Worse Brand
16 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
Lower Megapixels
Only 4576 X 3056 Still Image Resolution
1x Smaller Digital Zoom
12,800 Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity
Vastly Lower Display Resolution
Does Not Have a GPS
53% Lower Maximum Playback Zoom
Only 310 Battery Life
Does Not Support Wi-Fi
Does Not Feature Bluetooth
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $98
Fewer Sellers
Older by Over One Year
Worse Brand
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20.3MP
5472 X 3648
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
10x
OPTICAL ZOOM
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.1
MINIMUM
12,800
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
1s
CAMERA
143.6g
5x
DIGITAL ZOOM
3"
SCREEN

The Samsung NX200 has a Kagoo Score of 74. With a price tag of $459.99 this digital camera is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Samsung NX200 or read our article on whether you should buy a Samsung digital camera.

Features We Love:
High megapixels (20.3MP)
Big optical zoom (10x)
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels video resolution (1920x1080 pixels)
ok minimum aperture number (3.1)
High maximum ISO sensitivity (12,800)

A fully featured but only moderate value for money 10x optical zoom camera. It has an image stabiliser and a GPS, is 3D and supports Wi-Fi.

81
Features
Fully-Featured
65
Value for Money
Good
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good
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12 Reasons For for Choosing the Samsung NX200

Lighter

The Samsung NX200 is a 143.6g digital camera. That's 256.4g lighter than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (400g), 456.4g lighter than the Leica M9-P (600g), 174.4g lighter than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 (318g) and 74.4g lighter than the Sony NEX5R (218g). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

18% Higher Megapixels

The Samsung NX200 has a megapixels of 20.3MP, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R are all only 16.1MP digital cameras (4.2MP lower) and the Leica M9-P is only an 18MP digital camera (2.3MP lower). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Higher Still Image Resolution

The Samsung NX200 supports a still image resolution of 5472 x 3080, which is 4 times higher still image resolution as the Leica M9-P (2592 x 1728). More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Bigger Digital Zoom

The Samsung NX200 has a digital zoom of 5x, but the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R are both only 4x digital zoom digital cameras (1x smaller). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

Full HD Video

The Samsung NX200 supports Full HD video, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R, whereas the Leica M9-P does not. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

Larger Maximum Memory Card Size

The Samsung NX200 is a 128GB maximum memory card size digital camera. That's 64GB larger than the Leica M9-P (64GB). More ...

The maximum size of memory card that can be used in this digital camera. Different cameras are designed to take larger capacity cards, so a card that works in one camera may not necessarily work in another.

A digital camera with a larger memory card size means that you can potentially store more photos on the device at once.

15% Larger Display Diagonal

The Samsung NX200 has a display diagonal of 3" (as do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R), however the Leica M9-P is only a 2.5" screen digital camera (0.5" smaller). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

HDMI

The Samsung NX200 has an HDMI, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R, whereas the Leica M9-P does not. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

3D

The Samsung NX200 is 3D, and so are the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P are not. More ...

3D compatible cameras can take 3D photos with varying degrees of success. Cameras with 2 lenses will generally be able to capture the best 3D pictures.

3D pictures allow you to capture the feel of a place better than a 2D picture could. However you will need a 3D compatible screen to appreciate the results.

GPS

The Samsung NX200 has a GPS, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R do not have this feature. More ...

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

Multi Burst Mode

The Samsung NX200 features multi burst mode, and so do the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P do not. More ...

'Multi burst mode' is a special setting on a digital camera to allow it to take multiple photos in very quick succession at a single button press.

Burst mode is very helpful for sports photography, or any time where you are trying to capture a fast-moving subject.

Wi-Fi

The Samsung NX200 supports Wi-Fi, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Sony NEX5R, but the Leica M9-P and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 do not. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Samsung NX200

Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

Samsung NX200 is only 12 maximum ISO speed (as does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1), but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 6,400 maximum ISO speed digital camera (6,400 lower), the Leica M9-P is a 2,500 maximum ISO speed digital camera (10,300 lower) and the Sony NEX5R is a 25,600 maximum ISO speed digital camera (12,800 higher). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

616,000 Pixels Lower Display Resolution

The Samsung NX200 has a display resolution of 614 pixels, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 1,230,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (616,000 pixels higher), the Leica M9-P is a 230,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (384,000 pixels lower), the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 460,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (154,000 pixels lower) and the Sony NEX5R is a 921,600 Pixels display resolution digital camera (307,600 pixels higher). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

10 Less Battery Life

The Samsung NX200 is a digital camera that takes 320 battery life, whereas the Sony NEX5R only takes 330 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Leica M9-P. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Samsung NX200 has received a Kagoo Score of 74, but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 scored 75, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 scored 79 and the Sony NEX5R scored 81.

$123 More Expensive

The Samsung NX200 is more expensive than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 by $25 and more expensive than the Sony NEX5R by $123.

Not As Many Stockists

Only 1 seller sell the Samsung NX200, however 2 stores sell the Leica M9-P and 3 shops sell the Sony NEX5R. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product.
Over Two Years Older

The Samsung NX200 is older than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 by three years, older than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 by 17 months and older than the Sony NEX5R by 20 months. The Samsung NX200 is the same age as the Leica M9-P.

Worse Brand

Samsung digital cameras have an average rating of only 83.5%, however Fujifilm has an average rating of 86.1%, Panasonic has an average rating of 88.1% and Sony has an average rating of 88.7%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the NX200 in the US is $459.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Sony NEX5R

$336.91
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Sony NEX5R
16.1MP
4592 X 3056
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
3.5
MINIMUM
25,600
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
1s
CAMERA
218g
3"
SCREEN
4x
DIGITAL ZOOM

The Sony NEX5R has a Kagoo Score of 81. With a price tag of $336.91 this digital camera is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Sony NEX5R or read our article on whether you should buy a Sony digital camera.

Features We Love:
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels video resolution (1920x1080 pixels)
Image stabiliser
ok minimum aperture number (3.5)
High maximum ISO sensitivity (25,600)
Very short camera shutter speed (1/4000s)

A good value for money and fully featured 218g digital camera. It has an image stabiliser and a touchscreen, is 3D and supports Wi-Fi.

83
Features
Fully-Featured
74
Popularity
Quite Popular
81
Value for Money
Very Good
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent
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13 Reasons For for Choosing the Sony NEX5R

Full HD Video

The Sony NEX5R supports Full HD video, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200, however the Leica M9-P does not. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

Larger Display Diagonal

Sony NEX5R is 3" screen (as do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200), but the Leica M9-P is only a 2.5" screen digital camera (0.5" smaller). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Touchscreen

The Sony NEX5R has a touchscreen (as does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1), whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P and the Samsung NX200 do not have this feature. More ...

On a camera, this means that the digital display on the back of the camera is touch-sensitive, rather than relying on buttons.

Touchscreens are easier and more intuitive to control.

HDMI

The Sony NEX5R has an HDMI, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200, however the Leica M9-P does not. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

3D

The Sony NEX5R is 3D, and so are the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200, but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P are not. More ...

3D compatible cameras can take 3D photos with varying degrees of success. Cameras with 2 lenses will generally be able to capture the best 3D pictures.

3D pictures allow you to capture the feel of a place better than a 2D picture could. However you will need a 3D compatible screen to appreciate the results.

A Lot Higher Maximum Playback Zoom

The Sony NEX5R has a maximum playback zoom of 34x, whereas the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is only a 16x maximum playback zoom digital camera (18x lower). More ...

The 'playback zoom' attribute denotes how much you can enlarge photos and videos when viewing them on the cameras digital screen.

A larger playback zoom allows you to zoom in closer on details of your shots, allowing you to better analyse them and pick out any faults or issues before you transfer them to a computer.

Multi Burst Mode

The Sony NEX5R features multi burst mode, and so do the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P do not. More ...

'Multi burst mode' is a special setting on a digital camera to allow it to take multiple photos in very quick succession at a single button press.

Burst mode is very helpful for sports photography, or any time where you are trying to capture a fast-moving subject.

30 More Battery Life

The Sony NEX5R takes 330 battery life, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 only takes 300 battery life, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 only takes 310 battery life and the Samsung NX200 only takes 320 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Leica M9-P. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Wi-Fi

The Sony NEX5R supports Wi-Fi, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Samsung NX200, whereas the Leica M9-P and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 do not. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Better Kagoo Score

The Sony NEX5R has received a Kagoo Score of 81, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 scored 75, the Leica M9-P scored 74, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 scored 79 and the Samsung NX200 scored 74.

$98 Cheaper

The Sony NEX5R is $962.10 cheaper than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, $10,492.09 cheaper than the Leica M9-P, $98.08 cheaper than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and $123.08 cheaper than the Samsung NX200.

More Shops Are Selling It

A greater number of stores increases the price competition amongst retailers for this digital camera and also increases the chances of the product remaining in stock.

Better Brand

Sony digital cameras have an average rating of 88.7%, but Fujifilm only has an average rating of 86.1%, Leica only has an average rating of 82%, Panasonic only has an average rating of 88.1% and Samsung only has an average rating of 83.5%.

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Sony NEX5R

Heavier

The Sony NEX5R is a 218g digital camera. That's 182g lighter than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (400g), 382g lighter than the Leica M9-P (600g), 100g lighter than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 (318g) and 74.4g heavier than the Samsung NX200 (143.6g). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

Lower Megapixels

The Sony NEX5R has a megapixels of 16.1MP, but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 are both 16MP digital cameras (0.1MP lower), the Leica M9-P is an 18MP digital camera (1.9MP higher) and the Samsung NX200 is a 20.3MP digital camera (4.2MP higher). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Lower Still Image Resolution

The Sony NEX5R supports a still image resolution of 4912 x 3264, but the Samsung NX200 supports a still image resolution of 5472 x 3080. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

1x Smaller Digital Zoom

The Sony NEX5R has a digital zoom of 4x (as does the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1), whereas the Samsung NX200 is a 5x digital zoom digital camera (1x bigger). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

Vastly Lower Display Resolution

The Sony NEX5R has a display resolution of 921 pixels, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 1,230,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (308,400 pixels higher), the Leica M9-P is a 230,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (691,600 pixels lower), the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 460,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (461,600 pixels lower) and the Samsung NX200 is a 614,000 Pixels display resolution digital camera (307,600 pixels lower). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

Does Not Have a GPS

The Sony NEX5R does not have a GPS (As does the the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1), whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P and the Samsung NX200 do. More ...

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

Over One Year Older

The Sony NEX5R is older than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 by 13 months.

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Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1

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Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1
16.3MP
4896 X 3264
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
2
MINIMUM
6,400
MAXIMUM ISO
1s
CAMERA
400g
3"
SCREEN

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 has a Kagoo Score of 75. However with a price tag of $1,299.01 this digital camera is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 or read our article on whether you should buy a Fujifilm digital camera.

Features We Love:
High megapixels (16.3MP)
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels video resolution (1920x1080 pixels)
ok minimum aperture number (2)
Very short camera shutter speed (1/4000s)
Supports Wi-Fi

A fully featured but only moderate value for money 400g digital camera. It supports Wi-Fi and Full HD video and has a built-in flash and an HDMI.

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Features
Fully-Featured
65
Value for Money
Good
75
Kagoo Score
Very Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1

Full HD Video

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 supports Full HD video (as do the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), but the Leica M9-P does not support this feature. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

0.5" Larger Display Diagonal

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 3" screen digital camera, and so do the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R. That's 0.5" larger than the Leica M9-P (2.5"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

HDMI

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 has an HDMI (as do the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), but the Leica M9-P does not have this feature. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

Wi-Fi

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 supports Wi-Fi (as do the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), however the Leica M9-P and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 do not support this feature. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Newer by 13 Months

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 was released three years after the Leica M9-P, released 16 months after the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, released three years after the Samsung NX200 and released 13 months after the Sony NEX5R

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1

A Lot Heavier

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 has a weight of 400g, but the Leica M9-P is a 600g digital camera (200g heavier), the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 318g digital camera (82g lighter), the Samsung NX200 is a 143.6g digital camera (256.4g lighter) and the Sony NEX5R is a 218g digital camera (182g lighter). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

4MP Lower Megapixels

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 16.3MP digital camera. That's 1.7MP lower than the Leica M9-P (18MP), 0.2MP higher than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R (16.1MP) and 4MP lower than the Samsung NX200 (20.3MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Only 4896 X 2760 Still Image Resolution

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 supports a still image resolution of 4896 x 2760, whereas the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 supports a still image resolution of 4576 x 3056, the Samsung NX200 supports a still image resolution of 5472 x 3080 and the Sony NEX5R supports a still image resolution of 4912 x 3264. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 has a maximum ISO sensitivity of 6. That's 3,900 higher than the Leica M9-P (2,500), 6,400 lower than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200 (12,800) and 19,200 lower than the Sony NEX5R (25,600). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

Only 300 Battery Life

The number of battery life on the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is 300, but the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 only takes 310 battery life, the Samsung NX200 only takes 320 battery life and the Sony NEX5R only takes 330 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Leica M9-P. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 has received a Kagoo Score of 75, however the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 scored 79 and the Sony NEX5R scored 81.

More Expensive by $962

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is $864 more expensive than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, $839 more expensive than the Samsung NX200 and $962 more expensive than the Sony NEX5R.

Less Retailers

The Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is only stocked by 1 shop, whereas the Leica M9-P is stocked by 2 stores and the Sony NEX5R is stocked by 3 stores. More ...

Fewer numbers of sellers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product and also reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock.
Worse Brand

Fujifilm digital cameras have an average rating of only 86.1%, whereas Panasonic has an average rating of 88.1% and Sony has an average rating of 88.7%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the FinePix XPRO1 in the US is $1,299.01 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Leica M9-P

$10,829.00
OC camera

Leica M9-P

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Leica M9-P
18MP
5432 X 3492
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
3x
OPTICAL ZOOM
2,500
MAXIMUM ISO
600g
2.5"
SCREEN

The Leica M9-P has a Kagoo Score of 74. However with a price tag of $10,829.00 this digital camera is very expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Leica M9-P or read our article on whether you should buy a Leica digital camera.

Features We Love:
High megapixels (18MP)
Tiny optical zoom (3x)
5432 x 3492 pixels image resolution
Built-in flash
Large maximum memory card size (64GB)

A fully featured but only ok value for money 3x optical zoom digital camera.

81
Features
Fully-Featured
69
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
74
Kagoo Score
Very Good

13 Reasons Against for Choosing the Leica M9-P

456.4g Heavier

The Leica M9-P has a weight of 600g, but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 400g digital camera (200g lighter), the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 318g digital camera (282g lighter), the Samsung NX200 is a 143.6g digital camera (456.4g lighter) and the Sony NEX5R is a 218g digital camera (382g lighter). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

2.3MP Lower Megapixels

The Leica M9-P is an 18MP digital camera. That's 1.9MP higher than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Sony NEX5R (16.1MP) and 2.3MP lower than the Samsung NX200 (20.3MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Lower Still Image Resolution

The Leica M9-P supports a still image resolution of 2592 x 1728, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 supports a still image resolution of 4896 x 2760, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 supports a still image resolution of 4576 x 3056, the Samsung NX200 supports a still image resolution of 5472 x 3080 and the Sony NEX5R supports a still image resolution of 4912 x 3264. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

Vastly Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

The Leica M9-P has a maximum ISO sensitivity of 2. That's 3,900 lower than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (6,400), 10,300 lower than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and the Samsung NX200 (12,800) and 23,100 lower than the Sony NEX5R (25,600). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

Does Not Support Full HD Video

The Leica M9-P does not support Full HD video, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R do. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

64GB Smaller Maximum Memory Card Size

The Leica M9-P has a maximum memory card size of 64GB, however the Samsung NX200 is a 128GB maximum memory card size digital camera (64GB larger). More ...

The maximum size of memory card that can be used in this digital camera. Different cameras are designed to take larger capacity cards, so a card that works in one camera may not necessarily work in another.

A digital camera with a larger memory card size means that you can potentially store more photos on the device at once.

0.5" Smaller Display Diagonal

The Leica M9-P is a 2.5" screen digital camera. That's 0.5" smaller than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R (3"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Lower Display Resolution

The Leica M9-P is a 230 pixels display resolution digital camera. That's 1,000,000 pixels lower than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (1,230,000 Pixels), 230,000 pixels lower than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 (460,000 Pixels), 384,000 pixels lower than the Samsung NX200 (614,000 Pixels) and 691,600 pixels lower than the Sony NEX5R (921,600 Pixels). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Leica M9-P has received a Kagoo Score of 74, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 scored 75, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 scored 79 and the Sony NEX5R scored 81.

More Expensive by $10,492

The Leica M9-P is $9,530 more expensive than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, $10,394 more expensive than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1, $10,369 more expensive than the Samsung NX200 and $10,492 more expensive than the Sony NEX5R.

Less Retailers

The Leica M9-P is only stocked by 2 retailers, whereas the Sony NEX5R is stocked by 3 retailers. More ...

Fewer numbers of shops reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product and also reduces the chances of this digital camera remaining in stock.
Older by Over Two Years

The Leica M9-P is three years older than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, 17 months older than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 and 20 months older than the Sony NEX5R. The Leica M9-P is the same age as the Samsung NX200.

Worse Brand

Leica digital cameras have an average rating of only 82%, whereas Fujifilm has an average rating of 86.1%, Panasonic has an average rating of 88.1%, Samsung has an average rating of 83.5% and Sony has an average rating of 88.7%.

The Leica M9-P is 139mm wide, 80mm tall, 37mm deep and weighs 0.6kg.

Leica M9-P front view

The cheapest price that we could find for the M9-P in the US is $10,829.00 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1

$434.99
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1
16MP
4592 X 3448
PIXELS IMAGE
RESOLUTION
FULL HD VIDEO
RESOLUTION
1s
CAMERA
3.5
MINIMUM
12,800
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
318g
3"
SCREEN
4x
DIGITAL ZOOM

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has a Kagoo Score of 79. With a price tag of $434.99 this digital camera is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 or read our article on whether you should buy a Panasonic digital camera.

Features We Love:
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) pixels video resolution (1920x1080 pixels)
Image stabiliser
High maximum ISO sensitivity (12,800)
ok minimum aperture number (3.5)
Very short camera shutter speed (1/4000s)

A fully featured and bargain price 318g camera. It has an image stabiliser and a touchscreen, is 3D and supports Full HD video.

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Features
Fully-Featured
76
Value for Money
Very Good
79
Kagoo Score
Very Good

6 Reasons For for Choosing the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1

Full HD Video

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 supports Full HD video (as do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), however the Leica M9-P does not support this feature. More ...

Cameras with full HD video recording can capture video with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD video usually appears sharper as more pixels re being recorded.

Larger Display Diagonal

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is 3" screen, and so do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R. That's 0.5" larger than the Leica M9-P (2.5"). More ...

The display diagonal is the size the size of the screen integrated in to the back of the camera. A larger display diagonal makes it easier to see if a shot has turned out as intended. Pocket cameras have smaller display diagonals as full size digital SLRs.

A larger display diagonal makes it easier to take photos and to see if a shot has turned out as intended.

Touchscreen

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has a touchscreen, and so does the Sony NEX5R, whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P and the Samsung NX200 do not. More ...

On a camera, this means that the digital display on the back of the camera is touch-sensitive, rather than relying on buttons.

Touchscreens are easier and more intuitive to control.

HDMI

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has an HDMI (as do the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), however the Leica M9-P does not have this feature. More ...

A HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) port is an interface to transfer audio and video data between devices such as digital cameras, computer monitors, TVs and projectors.

A HDMI port on the camera allows you to connect the camera directly to a compatible TV for easy playback of your photos.

3D

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 3D digital camera (as are the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P are not. More ...

3D compatible cameras can take 3D photos with varying degrees of success. Cameras with 2 lenses will generally be able to capture the best 3D pictures.

3D pictures allow you to capture the feel of a place better than a 2D picture could. However you will need a 3D compatible screen to appreciate the results.

Multi Burst Mode

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 features multi burst mode (as do the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R), however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Leica M9-P do not feature this benefit. More ...

'Multi burst mode' is a special setting on a digital camera to allow it to take multiple photos in very quick succession at a single button press.

Burst mode is very helpful for sports photography, or any time where you are trying to capture a fast-moving subject.

16 Reasons Against for Choosing the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1

A Lot Heavier

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has a weight of 318g, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 is a 400g digital camera (82g heavier), the Leica M9-P is a 600g digital camera (282g heavier), the Samsung NX200 is a 143.6g digital camera (174.4g lighter) and the Sony NEX5R is a 218g digital camera (100g lighter). More ...

The camera's weight will depend on the type and size of camera. Compact cameras are usually the lightest while digital SLRs will be heavier. Also consider the number and weight of lenses to take when using a SLR.

The lower the camera weight, the easier it will be to carry around and it will also reduce your hand luggage weight when flying.

Lower Megapixels

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 16MP digital camera. That's 0.1MP lower than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and the Sony NEX5R (16.1MP), 2MP lower than the Leica M9-P (18MP) and 4.3MP lower than the Samsung NX200 (20.3MP). More ...

The resolution of the images a digital camera produces is measured in megapixels (MP). One megapixel is equal to 1 million pixels and is a result of the pixel width multiplied by the pixel height of the image. While a higher image resolution generally results in sharper images, only a relatively low megapixel count is required when printing the image at a small size or to display it on a computer screen.

A sensor with more megapixels will be able to capture more detailed photos and the image will appear sharper. Images with more megapixels can also be printed at a larger size.

Only 4576 X 3056 Still Image Resolution

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 supports a still image resolution of 4576 x 3056, but the Samsung NX200 supports a still image resolution of 5472 x 3080 and the Sony NEX5R supports a still image resolution of 4912 x 3264. More ...

Image resolution refers to the amount of pixels that make up an photo taken on a digital camera. It is measured as the width x the height of the image - so a 1280 x 720 resolution camera can take a photo that is 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels tall.

Higher image resolutions mean that the photos are comprised of more pixels, which translate to more detailed and higher quality photos. Also, because they are larger photos, they can be displayed on larger screens or printed out at vastly increased sizes without losing detail.

1x Smaller Digital Zoom

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 4x digital zoom digital camera, and so does the Sony NEX5R. That's 1x smaller than the Samsung NX200 (5x). More ...

The digital zoom of a camera is a measure of how much the camera can zoom in by cropping the image received by the camera's sensor. A digital zoom is not as good as an optical zoom as it will result in a reduction in image quality the further you zoom in. This is because fewer of the camera's pixels are being used to capture the image.

A digital zoom allows you to enlarge the subject but this can result in the image becoming blurry. A digital zoom can be used if an optical zoom is not available.

12,800 Lower Maximum ISO Sensitivity

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 12 maximum ISO speed digital camera, and so does the Samsung NX200. That's 6,400 higher than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (6,400), 10,300 higher than the Leica M9-P (2,500) and 12,800 lower than the Sony NEX5R (25,600). More ...

ISO sensitivity denotes the sensitivity of your camera to available light. Modifying the sensitivity causes the camera to gather more or less light when forming an image. Higher sensitivity gathers more light, which means can lead to a sharper image in low-light conditions. However it may also lead to increased 'noise', meaning the ISO level must be carefully modified to get the best shot.

A higher maximum ISO sensitivity will allow you to take photos in lower light levels without using flash.

Vastly Lower Display Resolution

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 460 pixels display resolution digital camera. That's 770,000 pixels lower than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 (1,230,000 Pixels), 230,000 pixels higher than the Leica M9-P (230,000 Pixels), 154,000 pixels lower than the Samsung NX200 (614,000 Pixels) and 461,600 pixels lower than the Sony NEX5R (921,600 Pixels). More ...

The display resolution on a display camera denotes how high detail the display is.

High resolutions on the display of your camera means that the photos you take will be shown in higher detail, allowing you to see them more clearly.

Does Not Have a GPS

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 does not have a GPS (As does the the Sony NEX5R), whereas the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P and the Samsung NX200 have this feature. More ...

GPS allows the camera to know where it is in the world and to automatically tag each of your photos with the location it was taken at.

If your photos have been tagged with a GPS location you can see where they were taken, automatically let your favourite photo software or website retrieve the address for that location or display them on a map.

53% Lower Maximum Playback Zoom

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is a 16x maximum playback zoom digital camera. That's 18x lower than the Sony NEX5R (34x). More ...

The 'playback zoom' attribute denotes how much you can enlarge photos and videos when viewing them on the cameras digital screen.

A larger playback zoom allows you to zoom in closer on details of your shots, allowing you to better analyse them and pick out any faults or issues before you transfer them to a computer.

Only 310 Battery Life

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 takes 310 battery life, however the Samsung NX200 only takes 320 battery life and the Sony NEX5R only takes 330 battery life. More ...

We do not know the number of battery life taken by the Leica M9-P. It is possible that it does not take any battery life.

The number of shots per battery charge is the number of photos that the camera will typically take on a single charge of the battery.

More shots per battery charge means you will have to recharge the battery less frequently and reduces the need to carry a second back up battery.

Does Not Support Wi-Fi

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 does not support Wi-Fi, however the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R do. More ...

WiFi connectivity allows you upload photos to your computer and the internet without connecting the camera to the computer with a cable.

WiFi connectivity makes it easier to upload your photos as you will not need a cable. Most cameras will also allow you to print photos via Wifi.

Does Not Feature Bluetooth

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 does not feature bluetooth, but the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1, the Leica M9-P, the Samsung NX200 and the Sony NEX5R do. More ...

Bluetooth is a communication standard used to wirelessly transfer data between devices. In a digital camera, it is used to send photos between the camera and mobile phones and tablets, or to control external peripherals (such as flashes).

Bluetooth is a necessity to use certain modern camera peripherals, so without this tech you will be limited with what extras you can use.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 has received a Kagoo Score of 79, whereas the Sony NEX5R scored 81.

More Expensive by $98

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is $98 more expensive than the Sony NEX5R.

Fewer Sellers

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is only stocked by 1 shop, but the Leica M9-P is stocked by 2 sellers and the Sony NEX5R is stocked by 3 retailers. More ...

The fewer the number of sellers that stock the product, the lower the competition amongst sellers to keep prices low.
Older by Over One Year

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is 16 months older than the Fujifilm FinePix XPRO1 and three months older than the Sony NEX5R.

Worse Brand

Panasonic digital cameras have an average rating of only 88.1%, but Sony has an average rating of 88.7%.

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 is 116.3mm wide, 67.8mm tall, 39.4mm deep and weighs 318g.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 front view

The cheapest price that we could find for the Lumix DMC-GX1 in the US is $434.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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CAMERA
2.8
MINIMUM
25,600
MAXIMUM ISO
SPEED
$100 Price Drop
16MP
426g

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