Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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I use an Op/Tech QR and I'm in the market for a similar QR strap for my LX7. Can anyone recommend a quality neck strap that will fit the smaller lugs on the LX7? Thanks.
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it's very long.  am using lightroom and know that i can change during import but not sure what to change it to. my canon t2i just has a short 4 character #.
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I've been thinking about those who use a camera such as the FZ200 because it has such a long zoom range. The IQ of the LX7, though, overall, is better. I have never tried it this, but what happens if you add a lens adapter and add a high quality zoom lens to the LX7? Can you get similar or better quality compared to the FZ200 for shots needing long range, such as birding, safaris, etc.?
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I have had the LX7 since last summer and am a fairly light user. While I love the camera, I have found that the battery life isn't as long as the 300 shots that Panasonic states. I probably get 50 shots while the readout shows 3 bars, but once it goes to 2 bars, I probably get 20 shots and less maybe 10 at 1 bar. When I first got the camera, I charged the battery fully. I got a second OEM battery from the same store I bought the camera. I charged that fully as well. Now admittedly, i...
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I just upgraded from a Lumix LX3 to the LX7. Early on I lost the lens cap for the LX3. Needing to improvise,  I removed the trim ring and stuck on the plastic cap that comes on a tube of grease. I found that this was easier to put on and remove than the original lens cap.  It also protects the lens better.   I would like to do the same with the LX7, but I need to find a bigger soft plastic cap. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
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By: promenad (2 months ago)
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hi i know i should buy a prime lens and so on... but im debating if i should just get an e-pm2. im the owner of an e-pm1. Im pretty happy with it, I like the size and got used with the menus and so on but i left it drop and the lens (14-42) is being hold by tape and so on (the body is ok). my question is: should i get an e-pm2 or should i try a different system (sony nex?) since i did not really invest in the micro 4/3? Is the upgrade worth? Should i just keep the tape in place and keep it...
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By: donfigor (2 months ago)
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I just received a used LVF2 from B&H,  when using the camera on IA the aperture may go up to f2.8 but then if I go to Manual or aperture priority the aperture will sometimes not open back up to f1.4 but it will stop down normally.  Turning the camera off and back on seems to restore it back to normal,  and I never had this problem without the LVF2. Is this normal or should I return it? Don
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need help finding a new camera what i would like is something like the hx50v but without the zoom because of the small censor.i want the best image quality possible. my budget is about $300.i like all the features in the hx50v (wifi,panoramas,hdr,1080p 60fps since ill be doing videos) besides the image quality and also theres something about the popup flash that i love lol so i want that on the camera as well.would like RAW and a decent zoom but if not then thats ok too looked at the...
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This is pretty mundane, but when I photograph black text on a page background (think rare book), the bkgrd is usuallly not very white in the picture that is produced. I shoot in mode "P." I use the BW setting, but it's really greyscale (understandably!). Is there a better way to set the LX7 to make the page "whiter" and the text darker? kraml PS Please forgive me. I am a researcher first and a photographer somewhere down the line. I just need a little outside expertise.
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