LUMIX LX100 Mark II: Hands-On Review in #TheMeasure
Before we were hit with the cold, windy, winter weather in the UK; in the streets of London, Panasonic was introducing us to Lumix LX100 Mark II. A successor to the original LX100 which paved the way for premium compact cameras and has now set the bar even higher in the bridge camera segment. We got hands-on with this new and mighty all-rounder. Watch our video review below
Sticking with its micro four-thirds multi-aspect sensor, Panasonic has once again shown just what can be achieved with a sensor of its size. during our testing, we were impressed with the camera’s low light capabilities and how impressive the JPEGs came out; not to mention the fact that they required little to no editing; producing stunning, ‘straight to social’ content, thanks to its built-in wifi and Bluetooth functions.
- 4/3-type (1.33-type) 17 Megapixel MOS sensor [21.77 total megapixels] with no low-pass filter
- F1.7-2.8 24-75mm Leica DC VARIO-SUMMILUX lens
- 4K video
- 4K photo
- Post focus function