Samsung Nx Mini vs. Panasonic GM1

The Samsung NX Mini features 20.5MP 1″ BSI CMOS Sensor and Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps on the other hand Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 features 16MP Digital Live MOS Sensor and Full HD 1080i AVCHD Video at 60 fps, take a look at the Major Specification Below.

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Major Difference

Samsung Nx mini vs. Panasonic GM1 Specification Comparison Table.

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Megapixel:  The Samsung Nx mini features more resolution compared to Panasonic GM1, so you will get large printouts and you can also re-compose /crop your images after shooting.

Bigger Sensor Size:  Panasonic GM1 have bit bigger sensor than Samsung Nx mini.


The large sensor captures more light hence the result is lower apparent noise, more color depth in image and increased dynamic range.

Hence you will get better image quality with Panasonic GM1 when compared to Samsung Nx mini.

More AF Points: Panasonic GM1 have bit More AF points Compared to Samsung Nx mini, more sensor points simply give the camera more information to process, the Panasonic GM1 can quickly and accurately do AF Compared to Samsung Nx mini.

Better Shutter Range: Panasonic GM1 features better shutter range compared to Samsung Nx mini. + also keep in mind that Samsung Mini doesn’t have any mechanical shutter inside the total shutter operation is done on software level.

Top Continuous shooting speed: Panasonic GM1 features fast shooting speed compared to Samsung Nx mini.

Better Video Mode: Samsung Nx mini features full HD video recording @ 30 fps frame rate. HD video recording @ 30 fps.

Supported formats Samsung Nx mini supperts standard recoding format H.264, Audio AAC.

Other Video Feature of Samsung Nx min

  • Internet-friendly MP4 format
  • Sound is recorded via an on-board monaural microphone and direct playback to an HDTV
  • integrated HDMI port
  • P/A/S/M modes
  • creatively enhance recordings
  • Fish Eye Smart Filters

Better Video Mode: Panasonic GM1features full HD video recording @ 60 and 30 and 24 fps frame rate. HD video recording @ 60 fps and 30 fps.

Panasonic GM1Supported formats Nikon J3 supperts standard recoding format AVCHD and the Internet-friendly MP4

Other Video Feature of Panasonic GM1

  • intended output and editing workflow
  • stereo sound is recorded with videos using a built-in microphone
  • Full-time continuous AF and tracking AF modes can be used during recording and exposure settings
  • manually adjusted using programmed AE, aperture-priority, shutter speed-priority, and manual exposure modes
  • Touch AF and Touch AE controls
  • prove to be effective means for modifying the focus and exposure settings
  • while recording video and focus peaking is ideal when working with manual focus

Display: Samsung Nx mini features bigger and high resolution display compared to Panasonic GM1.

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Samsung Nx mini features touch screen tilting display with+460,800 (screen dots)  on the other hand Panasonic GM1 have fixed display with +1,036,000 Screen dots, so we get more flexibility while composing our shot with Samsung Nx mini.

Battery Life (CIPA): Samsung Nx mini battery rating is 650 shots and other hand Panasonic GM1battery rating is 650 shots. According to CIPA

Dimensions: Samsung Nx mini is smaller than Panasonic GM1

Weight: Samsung Nx mini lighter than Panasonic GM1.

WiFi and NFC: The Samsung NX Mini have built-in WiFi and NFC that easily allow file sharing and remote shooting.

High ISO Test Between Samsung Nx Mini vs. Panasonic GM1 

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Verdict: Based on specification comparison review we recommend you to buy Panasonic GM1 camera since it features bigger sensor than Samsung NIX Mini, better features, ultra compact Mag alloy body and a large set of /M format based lenses to choose from.

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