Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5

Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
Rijodel
 
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Very good camera. Missing stopmotion feature.

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gilles83500
 
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Je suis très heureux de posséder cet appareil photo. Petit, je l'ai toujours avec moi, il fait de superbe photo. I am very happy to own this camera. Small, I always have with me, it makes great photo.

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Panasonic has some of the best point and shoot offerings, LX-5 is a gem in their line-up. Takes excellent pictures and is extremely compact without compromising in any way. I have been a DSLR user for few decades and wanted a second camera for those casual shooting sessions without having to carry the bag around and this camera fit the bill perfectly. My criteria for the decision to go for this one was. Highest possible quality lens in a compact Fastest lens possible Fastest shutter speed in ...

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This is the 4th Panasonic in my experience and follows the quality and performance of the other albiet on a higher level. It has a quality feel to it and produces very accurate images. I wanted a camera with easier access to manual exp and meter controls and this camera does these easier than so The large aperature is great for available light and I find it so bright I hav to consciously think about adding flash more for proper highlights than adequate lighting. The width of the focal length ...

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lichtloper
 
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When my LX3 was stolen I bought the LX5. I'm not as happy with it as I was with the LX3. Problems: Sometimes the zoom lever is 'jerky' or even jams.

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Mike C
 
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I've owned an LX5 for almost a year. The video is excellent as well as the stills derived from RAW (using DX0. The results using the LX5 with the Metz flash (gn about 45) are also excellent. The upgrade of the zoom between the LX3 and LX5 made a huge difference. Use of a "Moose" circ polarizer has greatly improved landscapes and skies... Problems: Hate the LCD in bright sun.... (Like everyone else)

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G Davidson
 
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Not many fully-featured cameras are small enough to take wherever you want with you. With Micro 4/3 starting to get their pancake zooms and the Nikon 1 series, this might be about to change, but for now the likes of the LX5 are here. The LX5 is a very capable camera, especially for it’s size, offering unusual speed and low-light capability as compacts go. Having such a bright lens, even reasonably so at the long end (f/2-3.3) and decent high ISO up to 400, in a pinch maybe 640, raw files and ...

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Thomas Traub
 
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After using several compact cams (Leica D-Lux-3, Fuji f100fd, Canon S90) and still using my Nikon D300 I have been using a LX5 for one year. This cam is in one pot with the Nikon 7000/7100, Canon S90/95 and Canon G12, every one of these camera is fantastic and has his advantages and disadvantages. Although I was very satisfied with the quality of my S90 I sold it becaus of the boring 4:3-Sensor. I bought the LX5 because of the 16:9-Sensor and the 24-mm-lens. Advantages of the LX5: ...

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hosseinlx
 
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its very good.high quality pic.every things are the best. Problems: small hand stik for best handling the camera

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rodolfocrespo
 
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I was astonished with the quality of pictures! I take it everywhere now! Problems: None for the moment

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