Panasonic LUMIX G7 Mirrorless Camera with 14-42mm & 45-150mm Lens Kit

Model Number: DMCG7WK
Web Code: 12393695


Capture everyday moments with friends and family with the Panasonic LUMIX G7 mirrorless camera with 14-42mm & 45-150mm lens kit. Whether you choose to treasure the memory with a 4K video or breathtaking photo, this camera provides excellent focus and clarity at an incredible speed. The LUMIX G7 features a stylish design and comfortably snug grip, and an intuitive level of operation.
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  • Includes the 14-42mm & 45-150mm kit lens to cover a range of shooting perspectives
  • 16MP Digital Live MOS Sensor in combination with the Venus Engine provides both high quality image capture and high speed signal processing
  • Superior noise reduction system enables crisp images even in low light conditions up to ISO 25,600
  • 4K video recording capabilities lets you film professional quality videos at the click of a button
  • 4K Photo function which allows you to extract individual frames from a video sequence filmed at 30 frames per second
  • 4K Burst keeps shooting 8 Mpx images at ultra-high burst rate, as long as the shutter button is pressed
  • 4K Burst S/S (Start/Stop) allows you to record a 4K movie so you can extract any frame as an 8 Mpx image later
  • 4K Pre-Burst mode starts recording a 4K video sequence even one second before/after you press the shutter button
  • Post Focus lets you set sharp focus on the target subject after you shoot the images
  • Depth From Defocus (DFD) Auto Focus (AF) technology captures even the fastest moving action
  • Pinpoint AF gives users the capabilities to magnify their target area to set an accurate and extremely precise focus
  • Low Light AF feature makes it possible for users to achieve a clear focus on their subject as precisely and quickly as possible, even in extremely low-lit situations
  • Starlight AF allows users to achieve a clear photo of a star in the night sky with auto focus
  • Focus Peaking shows you which area is in focus and how far the depth of field extends
  • Redesigned eyecup improves switching the image output between the LVF and rear monitor automatically with a built-in sensor on the LVF
  • OLED increases the resolution of the display area to 2,360K-dot, and enables it to respond at high-speed with minimum lag time, all the while enhancing resolution
  • OLED for the LVF boasts 10,000:1 contrast allowing for superior colour reproduction
  • Silent Mode switches the shutter from mechanical to electronic and turns all sounds off, while suppressing emission of the AF system
  • With the Panasonic Image App, you can utilize a smartphone or tablet as controller to view the image, set the focus, release the shutter from a distance or review photographs on the large screen of your tablet
  • Instantly upload and share your pictures on social media using the Panasonic Image App on a smartphone or tablet
  • Location information can be tagged to the image by utilizing the GPS log of a smartphone or tablet
  • Compatible with the latest high performance BUS Class UHS-I/UHS-II SDXC/SDHC memory cards to store all of your high-resolution 4K videos, 4K Photos, and burst shooting pictures in RAW files
Guided Shooting Mode
Languages Supported
English; French; Spanish; Japanese; German; Italian; Traditional Chinese; Portuguese
Supplied Software
PHOTOfunSTUDIO 9.7 PE; SILKYPIX Developer Studio 4.3 SE; LoiLoScope (Trial)

Included Lens

Lens Frame Colour
Lens Range
14-42mm; 45-150mm
Model Number
HFS1442KA; HFS45150A
Filter Size
46 mm; 52mm
35mm Equivalent
28-84 mm; 90-300 mm
Lens Weight
110g; 200g

Body Features

Stabilized Body
Body Colour
Intelligent Shoe
Cable Release
Weather Sealed


Battery Type
Li-ion Battery Pack (7.2V, 1200mAh)
Included Battery Model
Back-up Battery
Power Saving Modes
Auto Shut Off; Sleep Mode

Physical Features

12.4 cm
8.62 cm
7.74 cm
410 g
Camera Model
Lens Mount
Micro Four Thirds

Image Sensor

NFC Enabled
Sensor Type
Live MOS
Image Sensor Format
Micro Four Thirds
Sensor Crop Factor
Effective Megapixels
16 MP
Total Pixels
16.84 MP
Colour Filter System
Primary Colour Filter
Colour Space
sRGB,; Adobe RGB
Low Pass Filter
Dust Reduction
Venus Engine


Viewfinder Type
OLED Live View Finder (2,360K-Dots)
Percentage Coverage
Approx. 100%
Effective Magnification
Approx. 0.16x / 0.32x (35 mm camera equivalent)

LCD Features

LCD Size
3 in
Swivel LCD
Live Preview

Auto Focus

AF Type
Contrast AF with DFD Technology
Focusing Modes 1
Focusing Modes 2
Face Detection; AF Tracking; 49-area Focusing; 1-area Focusing; Pinpoint
AF Points
49 Points
AF Point Selection
AF Assist Beam


Max 25600
White Balance Settings 1
Auto; Daylight; Cloudy; Shade; Incandescent; Flash; 4 custom WB
White Balance Settings 2
Colour Temperature setting 2,500 - 10,000 K in 100K
Auto White Balance
White Balance Bracketing
Exposure Compensation
1/3 EV Step +-3 EV


Shutter Type
Focal Plane Shutter
Shutter Speeds
Still Image: 1/8,000 - 60 and Bulb; Motion Image: 1/16,000 ~ 1/25
2 - 10 s


Drive Modes
Single; Burst; 4K; Timer
Max Burst Jpeg
8fps/30fps 4K
Max Burst Raw
8fps/30fps 4K
Max Burst Raw+JPEG
8fps/30fps 4K
Max Burst Other Format
Mechanical Shutter - H: 8fps (w/AFS), 5fps (w/AFC),


Built-in Flash Type


Video Output Format
Monaural Type; NTSC
Video Modes
Movie File Formats
AVCHD (Audio format: Dolby Digital 2ch); MP4 (Audio format AAC 2ch)
Max Video Resolution
3840 x 2160 (4K UHD)


Image Playback Modes 1
30-Thumbnail Display; 12-Thumbnail Display; Calendar Display; Zoomed Playback Max. 16x; Slideshow All; Picture Only; Video Only; 4K Photo; 3D; Category Selection; Favourite; Duration & Effect Is Selectable; Playback Mode Normal; Picture; Video; 4K Photo; 3D Play; Category; Favourite; Location Logging; Raw Processing; Clear Retouch; Title Edit; Text Stamp
Movie Playback Modes
Video Divide; Time Lapse Video; Stop Motion Video; Resize; Cropping; Rotate; Rotation Display; Favourite; Dpof Print Set; Protect; Face Recognition Edit; Picture Sort; Creating Still Pictures From A Motion Picture

Storage & Interface

Card Slot
Storage Media
Data Interface
USB 2.0
Video Interface
USB 2.0; Micro HDMI Type D
  • Camera
  • 2 x Lenses
  • Hot Shoe Cover
  • Body Cap
  • Battery Pack
  • Battery Charger
  • USB Connection Cable
  • Shoulder Strap
  • DVD
  • AC Cable
  • Lens Hood
  • Lens Cap
  • Lens Rear Cap

  • Buyer's remorse, better options out there...
    by User

    on November 4, 2019

    I am not a professional photographer/videographer. I have used a Sony A200 for pictures and a Sony HDR-UX10 for video for the last 10 years or so. It got to the point where I felt that the pictures and video on my Galaxy phone were of similar quality to my dslr/ I started looking for a new interchangeable lens camera that shoots video. I was drawn towards a mirrorless camera becaue of its size and the fact it had a hot shoe and microphone port. I will admit that the ability to shoot 4K video was a key factor that motivated me to purchase the Lumix G7 with 2 lens kit. I am not going to try and describe or critique all of the features of the camera as I would be talking out my backside. What I will do is highlight the things I really like about the G7 and what I wish I had known before I bought the camera. What I wish I had known... I whish I had known that the camera was not splash/dust proof. I wish I was aware that the G7 does not have a 5 Axis stabilization. I wish this camera had built it geotagging (You can geo tag by creating a gps log on your phone and then matching it to the pictures on the camera, but I have tried multiple times and so far I have not been successful in getting the data matched...screen says it completed, but the geo tagged data does not appear to be attached to the images). I wish I head read more about the G7 autofocus abilities. The autofocus is slow...I cannot sugar coat it. I am having terrible issues while shooting videos keeping things in focus...things go in and out of focus and sometimes it is PAINFULLY long for the focus to be reacquired. After doing more research I found this to be a very common complaint with the G7...especially if the user is attempting to zoom in. Combine that with the stabilization issues and the video is not that great unless I have mounted the camera on a mono/tripod. The last thing which is not a huge issue, but I wish I had known has to do with video length...the video length is limited to 30 minutes. On to the good: I like the feel of the G7, it is much lighter than my Alpha. The G7 feels as if it is constructed well. The buttons and nobs appear well placed. The photographs are decent, but I would say thay are on par with my Alpha, not really an improvement. I tend to shoot a lot of interview style videos, which is where the 30 minute limit has hit me, and the camera mic is pretty good. I have ordered a new Rode mic which will utilize the shoe and the mic in port. My takeaway, the G7 was launched in 2015, and the technology is reminicent of its age. As I started second guessing my purchase I found multiple options that contained all of those features that I wish the G7 had...but at the same or minimally higher price points. What prompted me to write the review today is the multiple hours I have invested into trying to fix the autofocus issues in my videos and the simple fact that it appears to the camera driving them.

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  • I am very much satisfied with Lumix G7

    from Saskatoon, SK CA. on May 26, 2019

    I bought lumix g7. its great with the price. great quality video and pictures.

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