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Panasonic LUMIX LX7 Point and Shoot Digital Camera Sample Photos

Also known as DMC-LX7
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Marketed: 18-Jul-2012
Lens Mount: Fixed
Lens: 4.7-17.7mm f/1.4-8
Shutter Speeds: 250-1/4000 sec
Megapixels: 10.1
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gilles bourgogne05-Aug-2014 03:50
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 ($499) is the long-awaited replacement to the very popular DMC-LX5. The LX5 (and its predecessors) was well known for its low light ability, and Panasonic has improved on that in two ways. First, there's the LX7's lens: with a maximum aperture range of F1.4 - F2.3, it lets in way more light than what you'd find on a compact camera. The fast aperture range also allows for better background blurring than what you'll find on nearly every fixed-lens camera on the market. In addition, the LX7's sensor and image processor have both been improved, allowing for less noise at high sensitivities.

Other new features on the LX7 include a manual aperture ring, higher resolution LCD display, neutral density filter, 11 fps continuous shooting, HDR capability, and the ability to record movies at 1080/60p (with stereo sound).

The LX7 is an improvement over the LX5 in almost every area. The only real step down is in terms of battery life, which has dropped by nearly 20%.

(Source :http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/panasonic-lumix-dmc-lx7 )

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