Actual LX5 vs LX3 ISO 1600 comparison. I prefer LX3 result.

Started Jul 21, 2010 | Discussions thread
Jeff Charles Veteran Member • Posts: 7,514
Re: For your reading pleasure

Condor wrote:

Jeff Charles wrote:

We can't conclude from one photo that there actually are problems. Patience may do more to address them than raw

What about all the other LX5 photo problems commented in "page 5" of this thread?

Commented, but not confirmed with a production version of the camera.

The chance that Panasonic is going to bring a camera like the LX5 to market with obviously poor IQ is pretty slim,

What is the chance that Panasonic brought to the 24-60mm 2.5x LX market some forced merged between that beautiful market plus a new 60-90mm 3.8x market (more optical problems in between) with poor IQ, just to gain more customers or just to fight back Canon S90 28-105mm 3.8x market? ...

You seem to be saying that the longer zoom range was a marketing decision and that the result will be poorer IQ. It may be true that it was a marketing decision, but that does not mean that the lens will not be as good or better than the LX3's. We've already seen that the new lens reduces ghosting from light sources.

I think. The first pro reviews,…

mmmmm Pros... mmm.... equal to "experts" that lives from these reviews based on trips and expenses and advertisment paid by Photography companies..... mmmmm

This site does honest reviews, as do many other review sites.

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