Panasonic DMC-LX100EBK Digital Camera (4/3 inch MOS Sensor, f1.7-2.8 LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMILUX Lens with 24-75mm) – Black

March 16, 2015 - Comment

The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX100 Digital Camera is an advanced point-and-shoot with manual controls designed to enable and inspire creativity. It features a large multi-aspect 16. 8MP 4/3″ MOS sensor to produce 12. 8MP still images (4: 3) and 4K Ultra HD video at 30 and 24 fps. You also have the ability to extract high-resolution

The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX100 Digital Camera is an advanced point-and-shoot with manual controls designed to enable and inspire creativity. It features a large multi-aspect 16. 8MP 4/3″ MOS sensor to produce 12. 8MP still images (4: 3) and 4K Ultra HD video at 30 and 24 fps. You also have the ability to extract high-resolution 8MP images from the 4K video, letting you capture entire scenes without missing a shot. The built-in Leica DC Vario-Summilux zoom lens provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 24-75mm, covering wide-angle to portrait-length perspectives. With a fast maximum aperture of f/1. 7-2. 8, the lens lets you work with in lower light situations and gives selective focus control for shallow depth of field imagery, enhanced by a nine-bladed aperture for smooth out-of-focus rendering. When more light is needed, the camera features an integrated hot shoe, letting you use external flash units. A compact flash unit is included with the camera, matching the style and color of the body, and providing a GN of 23′ (7m) at ISO 100. The lightweight, compact body features both an electronic viewfinder and a rear LCD screen. The high-density 2, 764k-dot viewfinder lets you confidently frame your shots, even in bright outdoor environments. Delivering approximately 100% of the Adobe RGB color space, the viewfinder accurately reproduces hues, so you know what you see is what you’re capturing. The rear 3. 0″ screen is also available, with a 921k-dot resolution. Additionall

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Goldfrapper says:

Has brought joy and creativity back to my photography No camera is perfect, and nor is this one – I’ll list the negatives later. However, I must begin by saying that this little gem allows you so much control over your picture-taking, it can reignite your passion for photography. Well, it has mine. What other camera with a fixed zoom lens allows you complete and direct control over aperture, shutter speed, EV, aspect ratio, and – if you set the control ring for it – ISO? No more hunting through menus or operating tiny joysticks – this is “old…

old dude says:

Recommended…with knobs on ! I’ve been an enthusiastic user of the Lumix LX series for years: LX3 and then LX7. For me they’ve been the ideal, in-my-pocket compact: excellent definition, wide aperture for low light, extra-wide angle and impressive video performance. I’ve never minded the arguably restricted telephoto reach and having to buy an automatic lens cover to replace the thing on a string provided !The LX100 more than matches its predecessors in the basics and then there are several crucial improvements that…

Photopuppy "Alex Lequesne" says:

A joy to use Like others who have bought this camera, I’m a professional ‘tog’ who was looking for a compact that could take photos that I could still happily include in my overall portfolio but without the weight of my usual pro gear (Canon 5D mk 3 and top-spec lenses). Don’t get me wrong, if I’m shooting for clients I wouldn’t use this but on all my forthcoming holidays this will be the only camera I take. It’s an absolute joy to use – very easy to get to grips with if you are used to creative control -…

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