Fast Continuous Shooting: 10.0fps
In the world of sports photography, faster is always better. 49 Focus Points
In sports photography , you keep continuous autofocus (AFC) mode on for tracking the subject and more focus means better tracking. Wireless Connection
It may not be used by everyone but pro sports photographers use Wi-fi to transfer files simultaneously without having to wait to change the memory card. Good Ergonomics&Handling
With lots of external control and a good ergonomics, Panasonic G100's body is very good for sports photography. Electronic Built-in Viewfinder
During a sports shoot, using a viewfinder allows the photographer to stabilize the camera and reduce the camera shake since it is closer to the body. Besides, it comes handy where LCD screens are very hard to read under bright sunlight.
Most outdoor sports games are held in all-weather, so your camera has to be ready for difficult conditions such as rain and snow. Exposure to dust and water splashes are also very common in sports. Slow Max shutter speed: 1/500s
Panasonic G100's max shutter speed of 1/500s is quite slow and it may not be enough to freeze the motion in some cases. Another potential problem may be when you use a fast aperture at very strong light, your camera may overexpose because of slow max shutter speed Poor Battery Life: 270 shots
In most sports events, you shoot at high speed for a long time and this drains the battery pretty quick. With a battery life of only 270 shots per charge, you may need to change batteries very frequently in the middle of an event. No Image Stabilization
Due to the lack of sensor based Image stabilization, Panasonic G100 users have to rely on lenses with optical IS in order to maximize the sharpness of their sports photography photos. Currently there are native Micro Four Thirds mount lenses with Image Stabilization for Panasonic G100.