Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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Hi guys, I recently just bought a LX7  and would like to buy another SDHC card, but I want to make sure know if a Transcend 32 GB High Speed Class 10 UHS 1 Flash Memory Card (link below) will work with no problem? I looked in the manual (page 29) and it does say SDHC/SDXC compatible but does not say UHS 1 (per above) so wanted to double check here on the forum. I was also wondering if the LX7 is able to take any advantage of the higher speed (pics & 1080p HD video) of this card vs. a standard...
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I played with quick menu and when I got done it displays at the bottom of LCD Light Meter -/+3 scale, ISO #, remaing exposures, metering mode and big/fat brackets. How do I get rid of all this? I like uncluttered LCD. Thank you! --Adam Kielcz
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So when I bought my LX7 last year, I bought a Samsung 32GB class 10 SD card for it. 32GB turned out to be extreme overkill for me since I unload pics/video after every day of use. I don't think I've ever used more than 4GB of it. But I have noticed that there is noticeable lag anytime I accumulate pictures or video on it. Shot to shot times start taking seconds and if there is enough on it, and it occasionally gives me a message in the middle of video recording that the SD card is too slow...
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By: farmers daughter (1 month ago)
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My two year old lumix's zoom lever sticks and is nearly immovable.  Sending it in to fix it will cost nearly as much to repair as replace.  Has anyone else had this issue and been able to resolve it in a cost effective way?
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After starting family life my photo shutting switched completely to video making in indoor low light conditions. I was amazed by the LX7 capability of seeing actually brighter and more details than even human eye. However after some time I realized that the fantastic auto setting is making the half dark rooms unnaturally bright. When I change the settings to any manual settings or lower the iso cap for auto settings the quality decreases producing too much noise on the other hand. Two...
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By: ggstlz (2 months ago)
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Hi All, Would anybody know what the best settings for Macro are on the LX7 in general. While indoors last night I noticed that when I placed the side switch to AF Macro it could only focus while the top main dial was on the iA setting. When turning the dial to Shutter, Program, Aperture or Manual it could not focus properly, probably due to low light.  So would that mean using iA is the best choice in that situation if its the only setting that allows focussing? Thanks
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Hello I'm new here and in need of some advice..I'm upgrading to my first interchangeable lens camera from the Panasonic LX7 (which is great). I've decided on the Panasonic GH3, but I need help with the lens selection.I film a lot of live concerts so most of my use is in low light (stage lights in a darker venue) and at close to medium range.The LX7 works perfect for me with low light performance and wide angle, i would like the equivalent performance in the GH3. I rarely use the zoom of the...
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For those of you lucky enough to have picked up an LX100, could someone let me know how fast the focus feels? I am coming from the LX7 and are looking to capture a toddler and a couple babies - the lx7 sometimes struggles to keep up. Is there a long lag between focus acquisition and shutter activation? Understand these are scientific test, just looking for some comparisons since not many reviews talk in detail about this (yet). Thank you, and i hope you enjoy your camera!
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By: shirley123 (2 months ago)
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Can anyone tell me if the electronic viewfinder LVF1 will work on an LX7? --Shirley123
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since the lx100 has a 43mm filter thread, i wonder if it has the same size click mount as the lx7, it seems there might just be space for it if you can take off the front ring i really love this hidden twist-click mount on my lx7, which makes changing filters a 2 second joy, just by having a number of adaptors with 52mm filters attached really wonder why panasonic never mentioned or sold adaptors for that ingenious adaptor mount as seen here (not mine though)...
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