The Panasonic Lumix Selfie GF8 has several unique features that make it a special camera. It is the first digital single lens mirrorless camera built around a 16 MP Live CMOS with a Four Thirds sensor mount. In addition, it takes selfies to a new level. The Lumix’s rectangular case and size is reminiscent of a Leica camera. At 4.2” wide, 2.55” high, and 1.32” deep, it is a good size to be held in a hand. It has a good-looking,...
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