Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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I recently purchased the lx7 from b&h, used the 50 gift card to bring down the price on the VF to 99$, so altogether it's 428$ spent on this little rig, comes with a SD card to boot. My question is, would the g7x be a better way to go with? Video quality is important, is the canon better in that department? wifi and selfie capability of the g7x is not a priority.
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Hi, everyone After have LX7 for a while, I want some thing has better image quality but with similar size, so get a used GF3 with 14mm/f2.5. After playing with GF3, although they have similar functions, some functions i cannot figure out. 1. In AFC, it keeps adjusting focus even camera is not moving. I can see the live view on LCD is defocusing and re-focusing, not much, just little bit. If I press in the middle of defocusing and re-focusing, I may get a blur picture (little blur) My current...
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I was given a 188A Speedlite for my Canon and it works, so I'm wondering if it'll go with the LX7 at all. I put it it on and it didn't do anything. Is there some setting I have to turn on or do I need a newer flash?
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I cannot get the combination LX100 and FL360L to work on camera (not wireless). The in-camera flash settings option in the menu remains greyed out, whatever I try. I checked that the flash is correctly mounted. I searched online and on this forum, and both seem compatible. I have no problem with the LX7. What can I be doing wrong ? --jvb
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A few out of the camera using the intelligent automatic mode of my LX7. These are actually quite good, but I'm wondering about the halo from the light in that third shot. Is there a way to easily remove the halo around the light source? The sunset colors in the sky were pretty incredible that night, and fairly accurately captured in the second shot. In front of a new discovery -- a GREAT record shop and music club in Williamsburg (Brooklyn) called Rough Trade. My wife and brother in law.
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I went to look for the shutter count of my Panasonic LX7 and followed the instructions. What is not mentioned in the instructions is that when you press shutter button when on "CAMERA INFO" screen a new "CAMERA INFO.2" screen comes up. My LX7 had this information displayed on "CAMERA INFO.2" screen: 1st.: 2013.11.14 9:51 - I assume this tells the time when the camera was first turned on. If so, this is a good way to check how old a used camera actually is. A: 2014.10.26 14:34 - What this...
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By: JJ1978 (2 months ago)
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Looking for a decent high end compact for trips to London and out and about when the D600 is too big to lumber about.   Ruled out the RX100 and S120 and played with them in shop today and felt they were a bit too small without any decent grip. G16 was nice, large but not too bad for a day trip and the LX7 caught my eye as was nice size, but its pretty old now and the screen didn't seem that good. Any other suggestions would be great! Maybe micro 4/3 with a prime is another possible option,...
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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 (3 months 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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