And no surprise on the actual review contained at the DPReview site: They used the kit (14-45) lens, and an Olympus 50 mm lens. Other than a mere mention that a 45-200 lens was available, they did absolutely no tests with it, nor did they comment one word about it.
Who has their facts wrong? Me? Try again ...
"Panasonic Lumix G1 Review Samples (33 of 49), 400 mm equiv, ISO 100, 1/640 sec, F5.6, +0.0 EV, G VARIO 45-200mm/F4.0-F5.6"http://www.dpreview.com/gallery/panasoncdmcg1_samples/
Another fraudulent image? Is that your claim?
Do you understand logic? You claim the lens cannot be focused at 200mm to achieve a reasonably sharp image. You claim that your failure to do so is proof of your claim. This is illogical. What you have proved is that YOU have not so far produced an acceptably sharp image with this lens.
The fact that someone else has done so, and that I have shown several images shot with that camera and lens at 200mm is, in fact, proof that your claim is false.
Elementary, my dear Watson ... elementary.
We have proved two things:
1) The lens/camera combo can produce sharp images at 200mm in capable hands
2) You do not have capable hands
Now ... if you want to continue picking on a Korean War veteran who takes damn good photographs and has a lot of valuable insights and experience to share ... be my guest ... but if you do, I will smack you down every time.