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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1
Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
12 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | 28 – 200 mm (7.1×)
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I wanted an upgrade to a Canon S95 and after seeing the LF1 win best consumer compact with What digital camera magazine i thought i would look into the upgrade. The EVF was a big seller for me even though in reality it's not that great but i am starting to think it has so much missing in it as well. I have searched the manual from front to back and have googled till my fingertips are practically bleeding but i can't find anywhere to: 1 Adjust flash output (FEV) 2 Visually see blown highlights...
After much effort, I finally got the LF1 to connect via WiFi to my home network, but as it's set up it's entirely useless. Ideally, I'd like to delete the connections I've established and start again, but despite hours with the owner's manual and clicking through options I can see no way to do that. How does one delete a connection? Also, I can see no way to change the folder location on my PC where I'd like photos to be uploaded. Any ideas there? (This will be valuable if I can ever figure...
Despite reading everything in the manual, I cannot get my LF1 to connect to my Windows 8 laptop through my home network. I get to the stage where the camera asks for the User and Password and I haven't the slightest clue what user and password it wants. A troubleshooting item says to use the "Local" user and password, but I don't have the slightest clue what that means. I have half a dozen devices connected to the home network so I know how to configure most types of devices. But Panasonic...
Just held the LF1 ,and ,well it feels a little "plastic" compared to my TZ10 and TZ25. Is the Leica C version metal bodied ? ,or made of the same material ?. If these both are plastic bodied I may have to re-think my purchase and get the LX7 instead ,was looking forward to the NFC and WiFi connectivity and the slightly larger zoom capabilities ,but I just cant stand plastic feeling or plastic bodied cameras. I know the TZ series has plastic covers ,but to be honest the TZ series feel far more...