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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

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We've given the LX7 a grade of B+.
This product is ranked
52nd of 78 in 10-12 Megapixels Digital Cameras
23rd of 32 in Advanced Compact Digital Cameras
20th of 30 in Panasonic Digital Cameras

Editor's Review

Panasonic's popular and very good LX5 gets a much-needed facelift in the LX7, which features the same 24-90mm range but a faster f1.4-2.3 aperture. This bests Samsung's new EX2f on the long end and ties it for the fastest aperture found in a compact camera. The LX7 also gets a new 10.1 megapixel MOS sensor as well as the new "Light Speed" autofocus system and 1080/60p HD video, with high speed capture at 720p and 120fps. While a little larger and heavier to accommodate that new lens, the LX7 remains surprisingly true to the control layout of the LX5. Panasonic has added an extra toggle on the lens to change the aspect ratio as well as a 3-stop neutral density filter button on the back, but the aperture ring still isn't customizable. We had hopes that Panasonic would opt for a larger 1-inch sensor like the one used in Sony's RX100, and reviews are relatively lukewarm about the LX7's image quality.

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Specifications

  • 10.1 megapixel Live MOS sensor
  • 24-90mm 3.8x optical zoom with f1.4-2.3 aperture
  • 1080/60p HD video capture with stereo sound, High speed 720p at 120fps
  • 5fps burst with autofocus tracking, 11fps full resolution burst without
  • 3-inch LCD with 920,000 dots
  • Aperture ring around lens barrel
  • Built-in 3-stop neutral density filter
  • Manual modes
  • RAW capture
  • Lithium-ion battery rated to 330 pictures
  • Release Date: Sep 01, 2012

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 Reviews

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

Panasonic produces cameras that provide both a longer zoom range and image stabilization at a price that's relatively cheap. For photographers that require versatility in a small package, Panasonic digital cameras can provide many selections that are suitable. Having something for amateurs and serious enthusiasts at the same time, Panasonic offers a great selection of digital cameras, from ultra compacts to mirrorless cameras. They can be hard to compare because every camera has its own unique attributes and traits.

People who like using automatic modes will find Panasonic digital cameras very useful. The camera will automatically choose the best scene mode for the desired subject using the iAuto feature, which is standard for nearly all Panasonic cameras currently produced. This tool, in combination with image stabilization will make it very simple for someone just starting out to take excellent photos.

Panasonic cameras are made to be user friendly, providing the user with easy access to settings, and Panasonic digital camera reviews by users reflect this fact. If you opt for a Panasonic camera, you'll discover that it has an LCD screen, an optical zoom lens which is very versatile, and is both lightweight and reasonably compact.

There are some excellent choices among Panasonic's cameras, most notably the Panasonic Lumix ZS20. A GPS tracker, a 20x optical zoom lens, and image stabilization that will make sure your pictures are steady even when you're using maximum zoom are several of the features that make this camera a popular choice. The iAuto feature makes this a perfect choice for amateur photographers while it still includes manual modes as well. Although the image quality is not the best on the market, it still holds its own in regards to many competitors and that in combination with its other features makes it a great deal.

You can find informative and unbiased recommendations and reviews to help you find the right camera at Digital Camera HQ. We're not an actual store, we're just here to help you find the perfect camera at the best price price possible by using our camera grades. Let us know if you have any problems or questions, we're happy to help.
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