Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 90 mm (3.8×)
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My first impressions of my first Canon: heavier than I thought it would be. I expected it to be just like my LX7, but feels more substantial. I'm pleasantly surprised with the grip -- it's better than I expected. AF is ok. It works with my style of street shooting. Coming from Panasonic enthusiast compacts, I absolutely love Canon OOC colors. Touch screen is easy to navigate as I'm on my iPhone or iPad a lot each day. I haven't loaded the pdf manual, so I have two questions: 1) where in the...
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Does the LX7 allow you to truly disable digital zoom during video? --'We truly fail only when we quit.'
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By: Fatla (4 weeks ago)
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Hello, I am newbie over the photography. I will cheat the homework from you as I need to decide max by tomorrow the digital camera I need to buy. all what I am targeting on the camera is resolution,zoom,size and battery. I don't search fro fancy specs. After googling some reccomended entry DSLR such as Cannon EOS 550D Recently,I found Lumix LX7. Hence,do you have any recommendations ?do you think LX7 is sufficient,...etc? Thanks.
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Any do or don't tips reqarding shutter speed, stabilization, izoom, etc.. when using this mode?
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Yes, I will be parsing through existing threads and articles, and of course, reading the manual, but if there are any experienced RX100(MI) users on here that would be so kind as to share their recommendations on any camera settings that should perhaps be changed from their default, right out of the box, that would be helpful. Oddly, my *main* use for the RX100 is going to be for video, not stills.I take stills and video of my son's football games from the sidelines/endzone with my Nikon...
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Though it took me a while to figure this out, it seems that shooting RAW on most cameras ignores (or prevents) aspect ratio settings and produces an image with the native aspect ratio of the sensor. Makes sense (despite how slow I was to understand). What about the LX7, which seems not to have a native aspect ratio (though, of course, the sensor has some physical dimension, with a 4:3 ratio, I believe).  I don't have the camera with me and so can't check myself, so my question is whether one...
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Might anyone happen to know what the actual transfer rate of data is when recording video on an LX7? Mostly interested in 60 fps, 1080 video.   My existing cards are 90mb read / 45mb write.Should those be fast enough?   would faster cards be overkill? --'We truly fail only when we quit.'
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I had Nikon D5000 with Nikon 18-200 Lens. Looking to get a small Compact camera for travel. Narrow down to Leica D Lux-6, Sony RX100 II or RX100 III. And on some review Panasonic LX7 is same as D Lux-6. I like good quality of photo. However, for my Nikon D500 shot, I always use 8Mb pixel to save space. comparing the photo shots using D5000 with 18-200 lens vs Nikon Coolpixel 8700 (my old one), even using same 8Mb pixel settings, the photo quality is different. LX7/D Lux6 seems has very good...
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I had Nikon D5000 with Nikon 18-200 Lens. Looking to get a small Compact camera for travel. Narrow down to Leica D Lux-6, Sony RX100 II or RX100 III. And on some review Panasonic LX7 is same as D Lux-6. I like good quality of photo. However, for my Nikon D500 shot, I always use 8Mb pixel to save space. comparing the photo shots using D5000 with 18-200 lens vs Nikon Coolpixel 8700 (my old one), even using same 8Mb pixel settings, the photo quality is different. Someone said that even Leica D...
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Hi all, I am trying to find a camera to use when I go on travels for climbing/travel. I used to have an Olympus XZ-1, as was very happy with it, but it got stolen. So now I am looking for a new one. I am on a limited budget, and have suggested the below cameras as I know I can afford them. TZ60, FZ72, NEX-3N (with 16-50mm), A3000 (with 18-55)mm, LX7.   While reading climbing blogs, I've noticed that alot of people recommend having some wide angle and zoom capabilities, which is why I've...
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