The Panasonic Lumix GX7 is a first for Micro Four Thirds system cameras, a Leica style rangefinder body boasting an eye level finder as well as the usual rear monitor. A traditionally styled body cannot, though, disguise what is in fact a state of the art digital camera with all the versatility - and complexity - that that entails. The menu system of the Panasonic GX7 is one of the best presented and most logically laid out of any digital camera but with 29 pages containing 132 items, many with their own sub-menus, it is no surprise that many photograpers find it perplexing. What's the difference between Self Timer and Shutter Delay? Between AFS and AFF? How can Disp.Style change your viewing experience? That needn't be you. This book offers a blow by blow explanation of the menu items, what they do and why you might want to utilize them, in non-technical language. The last chapter goes through every menu item in order and tells you how the author has his camera set up. You can simply copy these settings to your GX7 and within a few minutes be out and about taking pictures with confidence.
Book Title: The Panasonic GX7 Menu System Simplified