Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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Hello all. Even when this is not the first time I post here, I have only asked for advice once. However I must confess that I follow this forum nearly every day. Let me start by congratulating you all for the helpful, friendly and polite community you've assembled here. I've learned a lot from reading entries on this forum, and still learning every day about my LX7 and FZ200. I would like to launch a question regarding LX7 and Lightroom. I've recently migrated from iPhoto after Apple move of...
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I'm taking a pretty major trip to the UK this fall and am looking to purchase a new camera to go along for the ride. For the last six years I've been using a Sony W230 that I love but it's never done a good job in low light or indoors without flash and I'm tired of washed out photos. I originally set out with a budget of no more than $300. After two days of reading reviews and specs I feel like I'm going in circles. I just want something that takes good photos and will shoot in...
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By: Andrew (4 weeks ago)
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Is there a way to tether an E-M1 or GH-4 to an iMac or Macbook Pro so I can use the screen to see the changes (live) that I'm making to aperture and shutter settings....maybe iso as well....maybe other parameters?  Seems this would be a great way to learn how each of these settings have an effect on the possible picture or scene instead of having to take hundreds of images then compare them side by side.  Hope I'm clear in what I'd like to accomplish.  Essentially the computer screen becomes...
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It's more or less spring and any day now the ground will thaw and the snow will melt.  Some of the birds are back and one or two things are flowering. Virtually all of my shooting is done outdoors and pretty much in bright light unless I'm in the woods.  I shoot insects, birds, fish (in the water), landscapes, flowers, mushrooms...getting the idea?  I'd like to pick up a medium zoom for my E-M1 and I was leaning towards the 40-150 2.8 but now I'm wondering of the 14-150 II (4.0) should be an...
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By: Andrew (2 months ago)
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I hope to add an Olympus 40-150 f/2.8  to my E-M1 kit in April.  I have firmware ver 2.2 installed on the camera now.  Will this automatically affect the 40-150 lens or do I need to reinstall the firmware (or ver 3.0) with the new lens attached to get the added functions on this lens? Thanks Andrew  -- Sony F505(retired), Sony F707(gave to son), SonyF717(gave to wife) Sony S85(great little camera thatwas stolen), Sony CD 1000 (ancient but a great lens), Sony P93Sony H9(retired) Panasonic LX3...
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Hi! I am a point-and-shoot user wanting to upgrade, preferably to a compact P&S or an ILC. As I am pretty much on a tight budget, I have narrowed down my choices to cameras that cost $300 and below. After much research, I've considered a Nikon J1 as an option. I know how this camera gets its fair share of love and hate (with its smaller sensor compared to competitors, among many other things) but as a casual snapper, I think that this camera will pretty much suit what I need. My camera's...
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Hi- Short summary: Experienced photographer. I've done homework but not tried cameras yet. Narrowed down to 5 (bullet list below) with good deals right now. Budget is $500. Wonder about some things that I may not be able to tell until I've used a camera for a while (2nd bullet list below). Any opinions? Even other cameras that I should consider? ---------------------------------------------- I wish there was a general compact camera forum, as most people seem to compare these cameras across...
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I've been wanting to get a backup camera to the E-M1. This main camera paired with the 12-40mm has and can endure the elements. So I want the backup--aka, second camera--to be weather-proof as well. Ideally I'd like a E-M5 II with a 40-150mm Pro, but that will not fly with a wedding coming in November, etc., etc. But here's my plan. Buy the E-M5 on sale from Olympus for $599 and buy the new weather-proof 14-150 II on sale for $399. On top of that, I've just sold my LX7 to my company--that's...
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By: Andrew (2 months ago)
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Can anyone who owns this Olympus case for the E-M1 tell me what lenses it will accommodate on the camera? Thanks --Sony F505(retired), Sony F707(gave to son), SonyF717(gave to wife) Sony S85(great little camera thatwas stolen), Sony CD 1000 (ancient but a great lens), Sony P93Sony H9(retired) Panasonic LX3 that became an LX5 that became an LX7 (smallenough to go everywhere), Nikon D5000 that grew into a D7000 (sold), Sony HX1, Pany GH2 (sold), GH3, GH4, GM1, Oly TG-2, DJI Phantom 2 Vision
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Looking in the $700 range for a backup/smaller camera. I can't go on a big trip or out of the country without a backup, since I've read of some quirky things happening to the E-M1. I am replacing my LX7, so the LX100 is a candidate with its outstanding IQ and video, but no flip or touch screen. It seems highly rated and would not be too hard to learn, and it's smaller. The RX100 III would do it all, but the beef on that camera is the "photographic" experience. I don't know if I want to dive...
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