Panasonic LX1 - SD memory card|
According to Joshua: "You can fit a small number of images on the 32MB memory card, a large memory card is definitely recommended, unless you want to use the lower image sizes / higher compres-sion options in order to fit more pictures in memory. I would recommend at a bare minimum a 256MB memory card, and preferably a 512MB memory card. The controls on the back of the Panasonic Lumix LX1 digital camera are quite straight forward, the menus are easy to read and navigate and very responsive."
Panasonic Lumix LX1 - Image quality
Joshua continues: "Inside: The camera has very good colour.. It has a decent flash (despite its small size), and copes well with group photos, although on AUTO ISO, the ISO setting is often increased, which in turn increases noise to quite a high level. The camera did a good job at focusing even in low-light. Noise is visible in photos taken at ISO80 and ISO100, at these low ISOs you would normally expect there to be no noise. At ISO200 and ISO400 noise becomes even worse, with ISO400 best avoided, and depending on your preferences ISO200 is probably best avoided as well."
Panasonic Lumix DMC LX1 - DigiCamReview review conclusion
"Outside, the camera had very good colour, with good contrast and saturation. There was good detail, and there seemed to be good dynamic range. Noise seemed higher than normal, and was noticable. I didn't notice JPEG artifacts in the images. The movie mode on this camera is very good with 16:9 aspect ratio at 30fps, with sound. The Panasonic Lumix LX1 is unique as a 16:9 wide-aspect ratio digital camera featuring an 8 Megapixel sensor and a wide-angle lens. You want to learn more about the Panasonic Lumix digital camera? Continue to read the Panasonic DMC LX1 review at DigiCamReview!