Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5
Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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Right,, lets hope I can explain this correctly,,,,,,, I have the LX5 on which I fit the LA6 adapter tube so I can use a Circ Pol filter & the LWA52 Wide angle lens, now,, On my old TZ6/LZ1 I have a "Priscillia" Adapter ring, 37mm ,, see www.pemaraal.com so I can use a Circ Pol filter. via a 37/52mm step up ring, now,, I want to use the LWA52 WA + LA6 tube on the TZ6/LZ1 but,,,,,, Both the step up ring , and the LA6 tube have their 52mm threads on the insides,, so is there (probs not) any...
I have the LX5 and have been thinking of getting the LWA52 wide angle adapter ( makes it into a 18mm wide) and just wondered if any of you guys have & use one ??. If so,, good / bad , worth the money, any photos to show me the results compared to just the normal wide end of the lens ??. Thanks for looking,
Is this possible? If so, can anyone walk me through the procedure? Just got back from holiday and discovered my LX5's SD card is corrupted. Can't download to my computer. Fortunaetly, I uploading all the images to my iPad while away. On the iPad, I use Photogene and Snapseed apps. Thanks in advance.
All, I've used DXO for years. Typically, if you request your output as the highest quality JPG, the output file is large and contains excellent image content. I am using the same settings and have even changed the DPI to 600. I'm getting quality that could be gained from a 4 MP point and shoot. My old LX and LX5 raw files produced better output in DXO. The cropping advantage for the large sensor has been lost. Is there a trick with the RX100 or is the conversion module...
hi, I'm a working photographer who is currently on D3s kit. I am looking for a silent camera with as big a sensor as possible. if it has to be something that has a fixed lens, to even lessen the noise from mechanical shutters etc, then ok. The Pana GF series I tried, but not quiet enough. The Q modes on the D3s other nikon Ds not even close. I still have a LX5 which is OK for quietness, but not ideal as the sensor was just not big enough nor quality up to what i was after. I used to have an...
Folks, need your advice. I take a lot of street pictures while driving. As I don't have an autonomous car yet :-P I'll need to keep one hand on the wheel (my left), while I take pictures with the other. Most of my pictures are taken during morning/ evening rush-hour traffic, when I'm at a crawling speed, so I'm not endangering myself or anyone else :-) So here's what I need: > A compact camera with an APS-C or better sensor, since I frequently shoot in low-light. > Rapid focusing capability,...
I"ve been toying with the idea of picking up a used LX5 to use for my landscapes and indoor low light shots,, this will be carried along side my old TZ6 used for the "general" stuff. Now I find a LX5 for £175, or a LX3 for £135,, so the question is this,, although the 5 has the extra zoom, is it worth paying the extra for the LX5, baring in mind I could use the £30 difference to buy a spare batt and filter adapter. Just wondered ??. Thanks for looking, rolandb
I put a post on here a couple of weeks ago about having picked up a camera after a year away, I wondered whether to "upgrade" from my old Panasonic TZ6 to maybe a bridge type camera. Now having used my TZ for a few weeks I"m happy to stay in "compact mode" and travel light, but,, and there's always a but,, as Landscapes are my 1st love, I wondered whether to add to the TZ with something like a 2nd hand LX5. This, in theory would give me a better camera for not only my landscapes but for...