Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1

Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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darylmesa
By: darylmesa (1 month ago)
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Hello everyone and happy new year, My mother in law's camera ( older tz) has gone capute on her and she is in the market for a new compact. As we live in the south of France we have A LOT of sun all year round so an evf is a must at times. She wants a very compact camera with some sort of zoom at a resonible price. With her criteria that leaves out sony rx100 iii, fuji x30, ricoh gr, pana gm series, lx100, and lx7 I believe I'm pretty much down to the LF1 and LX70 I would like to offet her...
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I bought a Lumix LF1 today. After I turned the setting 'Zoom Resume'(Setup->Lens Resume->Zoom Resume) on, my camera continues to show this "tip" every time I tap the power switch. And this is quiet annoying. It block my sight. How can I get rid of this message while booting? [EDITED]I added product tags.
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I'm on a hunt for a new camera to replace my broken Canon s90. I've somehow narrowed it down to the LF1 vs LX7. Essentially what I'm looking for is a camera that is pocketable and has a larger sensor. I'm also on a tight budget and I've found the LF1 for CAD $400 and LX7 for $300 (used). I think those are my best options at the CAD $400ish price point. Am I missing anything? What I really want to get a sense of is what the larger aperture in the LF1 will really do for me. The camera will...
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I already posted in the Panasonic section as it concerns a Canon and Panasonic compact. I hope a cross-post is okay ( Cross-post in Panasonic section ). If not, my apologies. I'm doubting between a S120 and LF1. Are both models on par in terms of quality (IQ, AF speed and accuracy, low light, pleasing colours, et cetera)?  A touchscreen is nice to have, a viewfinder is nice to have. They're not must haves. So in terms of these feature differences I can pick either one. I wish to base my...
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I'm looking for a compact camera which I can carry with me all the time. It serves as a 2nd camera. I also have a dSLR (soon to be replaced with a m4/3 camera). Reading all sorts of reviews I was very tempted to buy a Canon G7X (or a RX100M2), but I should consider my needs as well as my budget. The Canon Powershot S120 came to mind. A sweet control ring, touchscreen, 1/1.7" sensor, manual focus. Nice little gem and size/weigh wise better than G7X/RX. However, then I stumbled upon the...
lawsax198
By: lawsax198 (9 months ago)
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I am on the elderly side of life and find my current camera, Fuji Finepix S8000fd somewhat cumbersome to carry around, and it takes luggage space. I am thinking, therefore of getting a travel-zoom in its stead. I have collated some comparative specs of my current camera and two Panasonics that could suit me, because of their lesser weight, and they have an EVF, a must have. One has a greater zoom, 30x, against my current model's 18x, whilst the other less zoom,7.1x, but has a 1/1.17" sensor...
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Have used the Panasonic LF1 for years and have frequently praised it on this forum. Just yesterday, though, I went to change settings and have become enormously frustrating at what I guess is my lack of memory.  It is easy to set the function of the control ring; there is a menu item for it.  But I can't figure out how to set the default function of the control dial, which varies from setting to setting. This is done in the same menu item, as I recall, on the ZS40, but I can't figure it out...
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Hello I am looking for a bit of advice please......I'm a novice who would like to get into photography gradually. I have been doing lots of research online but have now come to a point where I can't decide which camera to purchase. Basically, I am looking for a compact camera that will take great photos with excellent image quality in automatic mode so I (or my husband who knows very little about photography/cameras) can easily just 'point and shoot' without messing around with settings,...
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Hello I am looking for a bit of advice please......I'm a novice who would like to get into photography gradually. I have been doing lots of research online but have now come to a point where I can't decide which camera to purchase. Basically, I am looking for a compact camera that will take great photos with excellent image quality in automatic mode so I (or my husband who knows very little about photography/cameras) can easily just 'point and shoot' without messing around with...
Gesture
By: Gesture (Feb 25, 2015)
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Is it still in production?  Any idea of replacement or is there something similar that forum would recommend?  I like the idea of an EVF.  Thanks.
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