Panasonic LUMIX LX100 12.8 MP Point and Shoot Camera
With the only exception of a slow startup, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 performs very well for its class. This is an excellent camera all-around, with class-leading performance, plenty of features, and very good photo and video quality. This camera uses a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, with its good lens and relatively large sensor resulting in the aforementioned very good photo quality in both JPEG and Raw. Panasonic has also included a unique 4K photo mode, allowing you to extract 4K still images. However, the LX-100 is not as suited for inexperienced shooters, as despite having a full auto mode beginners might face a steep learning curve. The camera is also fairly expensive, but is an excellent option to accompany a DSLR.
The LX100 is quite compact, but not small enough to fit easily into pockets. It has a rubber grip that makes the camera comfortable to use even with one hand, and a good layout of the controls (although the buttons are a bit flat). This camera offers 4K video capture, but it somewhat let down by a lack of support for an external mic. To round things out, a hot shoe is included along with WiFi connectivity and NFC capability. Overall, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 is an excellent camera, focusing and shooting quickly in all light conditions.
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