Panasonic GH2 20mm F1.7 vs. Canon G10

Here's something that vexes me about the GH2 - it sometimes feels a like a point-and-shoot, like a more advanced Canon G10. I haven't quite put my finger on it.

Is it the EVF, particularly in low light when it artificially amps the image brightness and introduces noise into the otherwise excellent display?

Is it the decidedly pixelated camera settings on the top and bottom of the EVF - a subtle but clear reminder that you are looking at the world through a digital screen?

Is it the fact that most snapshots - those that capture fleeting moments - often have the generous Depth of Fields associated with smaller sensors?

Or is it something else in the IQ how the colors and lights are rendered?

No answers in this post, just questions...

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