user review..GF2

wyip

Mu-43 Regular
Joined
Nov 17, 2010
Messages
77
Location
San Francisco, CA
I'm definitely keeping my eye on the GF2. Unfortunate to hear that the touch screen is sensitive enough to cause accidental changes to settings. Otherwise, this looks like a good compromise between a user friendly P&S that I can hand my wife (iA button on top that lights up and the touch screen are "wife-friendly" features), and a full featured camera that I'd enjoy shooting with. I'm planning on getting the 14mm kit and see how I like the new interface.
 

Streetshooter

Administrator Emeritus
Joined
Dec 15, 2009
Messages
5,138
Location
Phila, Pa USA
I hear tell that the sensitivity of the screen is adjustable. Not verified but it would be nice. I might have one to test in a week or so....looking forward to that...
 

JohnMetsn

Mu-43 Veteran
Joined
Jan 11, 2011
Messages
366
Location
Prague, CZ & Nagasaki, JP
As someone used to use quality capacitive touch screen on Apple devices, I couldn't stand the resistive one on GF2. I had to tap every function so many time, that I wasn't sure if it just didn't register my tap or is that slow...
 

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