The Popular Photography Magazine has just published a belated review (an early write-up for Christmas?) of the GX200. It says in the review that the camera has been tested to be Excellent on colour accuracy, which GX200 users would have expected. Once again, cameras with colour inaccurancy and poor AWB should be biased against because these are the bigger-than-noise evils which prevent a photographer to use a camera as a camera: that is, you have to take the extra trouble to tweak the colour setting/ AWB almost every time you change a scene. You're gonna forget the tweaking for some first shots somehow sometimes. You will be obliged to do a harder PP work to correct the images.
The reviewer also says that GX200 scores an Excellent grade for images up to ISO200 only owing to the noise issue. A better noise performance for high ISOs is a plus for sure. But when an where do you use high ISOs actually? The more common situation I can think of is for indoor social shots. With some simple techniques, we can work around the noise issue. Later on, I shall write a post about the easy, practical techniques proven to be great for indoor shots and night shots.