Panasonic Lumix LX100 of the most beloved premium camera in the latest decade are Panasonic’s LX-series. There are always offered larger-than-average sensors from the LX3 onwards of the big draw of these cameras has a been fast lenses.
The Panasonic LX model was the Lumix DM-LX7, started back in fall of 2012. Since then, LX-series enthusiasts have been chomping.
The new Lumix DMC-LX100 doesn’t have one. Panasonic has somehow managed to finish in a Four Thirds sensor, whose area is double as large as a 1″ sensor and five generations bigger than the 1/1.7″ sensor in the LX7. Panasonic’s DMC-L1 DSLR and LC1 high-end small than from the LX series.
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 Digital Camera Specifications
- 16MP Four Thirds CMOS sensor (Up to 12.7MP used)
- 24-75mm Equiv. F1.7-2.8 lens
- Multi-aspect feature maintains diagonal angle-of-view at 4:3, 3:2, and 16:9
- Venus Engine from DMC-GH4 and DMC-FZ1000
- XGA-resolution electronic viewfinder (1024 x768 pixels)
- Aperture and control dials around lens, shutter speed dial on top plate
- 3″ 921k dot LCD
- 11 fps continuous shooting (6.5 with C-AF)
- 4K video recording at 30p and 24, Full HD at up to 60p
- In-camera Raw conversion
- Wi-Fi with NFC