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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Panasonic shows the rest of the market how to make a real enthusiast's compact camera - the highly capable Lumix LX3.You can't help but admire how quickly Panasonic has got its head around designing compact still cameras. With very little history in 35mm ...
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Reviewed on 2010-08-23
The LX3 is getting on for its second birthday, making it positively geriatric in digital camera terms. However, it's such a significant camera it's impossible to ignore.|It looks gorgeous, with a timeless design that recalls rangefinder cameras such as...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-12
The layout is traditional, with a mode dial - including aperture and shutter priority modes, plus a fully manual setting - on the top and an array of buttons on the back next to the 3in screen. The extra space on the barrel of the lens is put to good use...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-14
Over a year after its release, the Panasonic Lumix LX-3 continues to be one of the hottest compact digital cameras on the market.OverviewThe Lumix LX-3 was released by Panasonic in September of 2008. Over a year after its release, this compact digital...
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Reviewed on 2009-07-15
As well as enthusiast-friendly digital compact cameras, Panasonic has also made a name for itself in recent years with a range of luxury 'LX' models, the LX1, LX2, and now the LX3.Coming almost two years after the introduction of the LX2, the LX3 featu...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-08
Remarkably fast burst mode and processing, Superb lens with very wide maximum apertures, Intelligent Auto Mode is surprisingly effectiveLonger telephoto focal lengths would be useful, Images look dull in standard picture style
This compact 10.1-megapixel Lumix model boasts a 24-60mm (135 equivalent) Leica D lens, targeting those who love wide-angle photography. The maximum apertures (f/2-2.8) are unusually wide, providing faster shutter speeds at lower ISO levels where image...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-04
With the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) convention underway in Las Vegas, a tsunami of announcements of affordable point-and-shoots is underway. This huge wave of new models (well over 75) will overwhelm camera buyers this spring and summer, even w...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-18
Sharp, bright lens; compact but comfortable design; broad manual-shooting feature setRelatively unresponsive quick-menu button; proprietary connectors; artefacts under certain conditions; optical viewfinder is optional
With its compact, elegant design and enthusiast-friendly feature set, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 is certainly a viable choice of camera when you need something more discreet than a digital SLR. The replacement for the LX2, the LX3 has an almost ide...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-09
Sharp, bright lens; compact but comfortable design; broad manual shooting feature set.Relatively nonresponsive Quick Menu button; proprietary connectors; artifacts under certain conditions; optical viewfinder is optional.
With its compact, elegant design and enthusiast-friendly feature set, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 certainly qualifies as the camera you want to carry when you need something more discreet than a dSLR. The replacement for the , the LX3 has an almost id...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-01
The Panasonic DMC LX3 has the widest angle lens available on a compact digital camera. This is ideal if you are interested in landscape photography. The lens offers 2.5x optical zoom, but this can be increased to a maximum of 4.5x if you shoot at lower...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-21
The Panasonic Lumix LX3 is a capable prosumer camera that’s got very good image quality traits in almost all respects (Except for some noise and detail issues); thumbs up to Panasonic for tackling the issue of image quality which used to exist a few y...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-15
The LX3 is a pretty specialised compact aimed at the keenest and most discerning photographers. It's not the most versatile camera you can get and it doesn't have the highest resolution. It's not the cheapest, it's not the smallest, but it is one of ...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-01
Two months ago we reviewed both Canons G10 and Nikons P6000, two premium compact cameras designed for photography enthusiasts. They cost more than some entry-level digital SLR cameras and are aimed at those who care about quality but dont want th...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-01
Panasonic has a great reputation as a premium electronics brand, but over the last few years it´s slowly been making waves as a good photographic brand, too. The Lumix LX3 compact camera is the latest in its LX range and offers an impressive array of...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-19
Since the introduction of the affordable digital SLR a few years back industry observers have been predicting the demise of what used to be called the prosumer camera; the highly specified compact with features aimed at the more serious photographer...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-21
Beautiful image quality, especially in low light. Seemingly endless features. Classic styling. ...Sub-par video quality. Auto mode is unpredictable. ...
Is this a vintage SLR, or a power-packed piece of digital imaging weaponry? Check out our comprehensive Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 review.
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Reviewed on 2008-11-12
Exceptional image quality, Manual controls, Compact design, Great build quality, Fast lensLimited zoom range, Limited video modes, Expensive, Slightly fiddly controls
Over the course of a year, I review around 100 digital cameras, maybe one or two more or less, but quite a lot by any standard. Naturally some are better than others. Some are hopeless rubbish and some are really good, but it's only a couple of times a ye...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-04
Good image quality at low ISO settings, Exceptionally bright F2.0-2.8 lens, 24mm wide angle, Decent high ISO performance (up to ISO 1600), Unique choice of aspect ratios at a consistent angle-of-view, Comprehensive photographic control, High quality const......60mm telephoto will be restricting for some, Noise reduction can impact on low-contrast detail, Underpowered flash, Auto flash keen on using 1/30th second shutter speed (but keeps ISO down), Dissappointing white balance performance (though has a fine-tune......
Panasonics LX series has always been home to the companys most ambitious compacts, offering a range of photographer-friendly features in a small, stylish and solid body festooned with external controls. Its been two years since the launch of the LX...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-29
Video Review: Chris Hardwick drops by to get intimate with the Panasonic LX-3 Digital Camera, and tell us whether or not its worth getting to know....
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Reviewed on 2008-10-22
Classic, attractive design is also very functional, f/2.0 lens with optical image stabilization is great for available light, 24mm wide angle equivalent captures the whole room, Hotshoe lets you use an external flash (off camera, too), Multiple aspect ......60mm telephoto is well short of the more common 105mm equivalent, Menu system is low res and quirky, No zoom in Movie mode, Slide show mode crops images, Closest macro image is only sharp at the very center, ISO 800, 1,600, and 3,200 have yellow and pu......
Panasonic got the dimensions right from the start with the LX1 and theyve had the sense not to mess with a classic. The Panasonic LX3 enhances the basic design with a very nicely integrated grip, a new record/playback mode switch (no need to reselect ...
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