Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1 ReviewPosted on 2005-10-02 01:30:29 by LSDsmurf
Announced alongside the FZ30 in July, the Lumix LX1 is the world's first compact camera with a 'widescreen' 16:9 ratio CCD sensor, combined with a 28-112mm (equiv.) wideangle 4x Leica-branded zoom lens. As with all Panasonic cameras, the LX1 features a two-mode MEGA OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) system, plus a wealth of real 'photographic' features, including fully manual exposure and focus options. Obviously designed to appeal to serious photographers, the LX1 also features more external controls than any previous Lumix compact, has both raw and TIFF capture modes and a high quality all-metal, traditionally-styled body. Here's just a few of the headline features to whet your appetite.. Read on over at DP Review to learn more about this 8.4 megapixel digital camera.
Link: DP Review