Panasonic LX2 review - Sensitivity|
According to Mark Goldstein: "The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2's dealt quite well with chromatic aberrations, with limited purple fringing effects appearing only in very high contrast situations. Macro performance is average, allowing you to focus as close as 5 cms away from the subject. The built-in flash worked OK indoors, with little red-eye and good exposure. The night photograph was poor, with the maximum shutter speed of 60 seconds allowing you to capture plenty of light, but images that didn't have much detail due to lots of noise."
Panasonic Lumix LX2 digital camera - Scenes and Wide screen
Mark continues: "The new model has the important addition of a 16:9 wide-screen LCD which matches the sensor, making the DMC-LX2 a true wide-screen camera. It still offers a choice of image aspects, from wide-screen 16:9 to the more conventional 4:3., so if you are interested in panoramic photography, but also want to take "normal" images (albeit at a reduced resolution), then the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is a great choice. Other improvements over the original DMC-LX1 are less noteworthy - you may not use the extra scene modes, for example." You want to learn more about the Panasonic Lumix camera? Continue to read the Panasonic Lumix LX2 at PhotographyBLOG.
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