Panasonic 10.1MP Lumix DMC-LX7 Compact Review by ePhotoZine With Rating 4/52012-09-20 04:03 | Source
This camera is currently ranked at #36 of the top camera sales ranking in US.
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Panasonic DMC-LX7 Camera Reviews Roundup
|PCMag: "At first glance the new Fujifilm X20 looks virtually identical to the original X10, but it includes so many improvements under the hood, particularly to its operational speed, auto and manual focusing systems, optical viewfinder and image quality, that it feels like shooting with an entirely new camera. The one admittedly minor criticism that jumps to mind is the continued absence of an Neutral Density filter, but t..." - Mar 29 2013 More »|
|Imaging Resource: "Sometimes you don't want to carry a big SLR to get quality images, and that's why cameras like the Panasonic LX7 were born. Small enough to fit into a biggish pocket, the Lumix LX7 has an excellent lens and a good quality image sensor, both tuned to capture good images even in reasonably low light. Though its highest ISO of 12,800 is a bit too optimistic, its other settings turn out good quality images that are surp..." - Nov 09 2012 More »|
|Amateur Photographer: "With the same 10.1-million-pixel resolution as its predecessor, it is impressive that the performance of the Lumix DMC-LX7 has been enhanced. Our resolution charts indicate increased centre sharpness, and the camera reaches the 24 mark in raw and the 22 mark in JPEG capture, when set to ISO 100 and an optimum aperture. More detail can be obtained from raw files. In JPEG images, there is a noticeable drop in sharpnes..." - Oct 28 2012 More »|
|PhotoReview Australia: "Shots taken with the test camera were as detailed and colourful as we found with the LX5. Warm hues showed boosted saturation in our Imatest tests, a factor reflected in many test shots. The reduction in saturation in raw files brought skin tones closer to desired colours but suppressed greens. The wide dynamic range in outdoor shots was retained in the new model with slight improvements seen in JPEG images. I..." - Oct 19 2012 More »|
Panasonic DMC-LX7 Camera Recent User Reviews
- May 10 2013 THIS PANASONIC LX7 KEEPS SURPRISING ME!, David Ruether
After several months of playing with the pocketable Panasonic DMC-LX7, here is what I think about it so far...: THE GOOD: -- The overall design, small size, low weight, and handling characteristics of the Panasonic LX7 are excellent - and it even fits nicely into a shirt pocket! -- Its 24mm-90mm lens (35mm full-frame equivalent) is a very good and fast f1.4-f2.3, and...
- May 09 2013 Perfect, Oláh György
I sold my Nikon D90 because it was too much of a struggle to carry with me all the time, also the cost of additional lenses were too high for hobby purposes. This camera is the perfect balance because it's light, pocketable (depends) and makes exceptional pictures and shoots great video. Settings are pro-like and easy to find. The only downside after the D90 was the batt...
- May 09 2013 Great small point and shoot that you can take everywhere, New Rider of the Purple Sage
This camera does everything pretty well but what I particularly love are its B&W settings (monochrome) and is macro focus. I take tons of close up pictures that are just incredible. It has tons of custom settings so you can pretty do anything you want with it with the exception of more megapixels/resolution. That would be the only limitation....
- May 09 2013 Buy this NOW!, Bluevalentine87
I absolutely love this camera. Had to downgrade from the dslr systems so I do miss some of my old lens capabilities. But this camera suits more of my needs than not. The only complaint I would have, is that the HDR filter within the camera is not really useful. Maybe I'm just used to the HDR filters in apps. Anyways, this is a camera not an editing tool. Also my favorite...