Armed with a handy weather-proof Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8, we boarded a plane with the Panasonic team and embarked on a weekend adventure around the capital of Cambodia.
Cambodia is just a 2-hour flight away, and the historically rich third-world city is a destination in Southeast Asia worth visiting. An exotic experience is almost guaranteed if you visit with an open mind; indeed, we had a great time immersing ourselves into the Khmer culture.
It was surely a fulfilling weekend and we had the special moments all photographed with the all new Lumix DMC-GX8 that shall serve us as happy memories.
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There are endless digital camera options in the market. Plenty of models to pick from, all with its respective niches and functions, of different price points, and in the colours of a rainbow.
We are such camera junkies and we often find ourselves torn between choices. There were bad decisions we made, money that we shouldn’t have spent, but you know what? Our latest acquisition is definitely a right choice – the Panasonic LUMIX GF7. We go everywhere with it now – on our daily escapades, for official photo shoots, when we go on holidays and media trips… it is now a mainstay in our bag, and we have become so reliant on it.
The functions are more than incredible. And it is the best selfie camera that we’ve laid hands on. It also comes with a wifi function, so we can conveniently download our images to our phones for immediate upload on social media platforms. The cherry on top? It is only S$699, and it comes in a palette of four fashionable colours!
It is true. We bring our GF7 everywhere we go now. And we will share with you 9 reasons just why so.