another hands on lx5
Almost useless comparison in most cases except showing differences in exposure end results (I am assuming settings are identical). No tripods were used I guess and that's not very reliable (e.g. for shinny water and bring sky if you are a few degrees off you are affecting the light levels and affecting the exposure).
Right LX3 colours need improvement and let's hope the LX5 does it better.
Unless my LX3 had any accident it will remain my lazy camera. If any friends want one I'd urge him/her to try the LX5.