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Old 06-12-2016   #81
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For a while a friend wanted to get a camera and learn some photography. Last week we had a coffee in the afternoon and sorted what could suit him and his 500€ budget.
2AM and I receive his message asking about the LX100, which I forgot because it was out of budget. Nope, 501€ on Amazon.

We already did some testing. Having excellent impressions about it. Fast 24-70 in a small package and large sensor with great video? Wow. Metal build quality and direct controls over shutter and aperture.
It was expensive at time of release but for 500€ it is a fantastic option, what we discussed prior to this was hard to find a body+good zoom for that price. A couple of days later the price rose back to 600€.
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Is this the same camera that you all are discussing here?
http://shop.panasonic.com/cameras-an...MC-LX100S.html
I'm in the market for a reasonably small and light camera and this model has my attention.
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Same camera. I have the LX-5 & I love it, but now I have GAS for the LX-100 !!

https://blog.mingthein.com/2014/11/1...ica-d-lux-109/
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Same camera. I have the LX-5 & I love it, but now I have GAS for the LX-100 !!

https://blog.mingthein.com/2014/11/1...ica-d-lux-109/
Thanks neighbor.
I'm downsizing and the sensor size, focal length & aperture range caught my eye.
Pondering.
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Thanks neighbor.

I'm downsizing and the sensor size, focal length & aperture range caught my eye.

Pondering.

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To me it seems a greatly balanced setup. I do want to get some files when I do an outing with the friend, having only a very good first impression.
Something like this on APS or even m43 itself isn't there -- bulky lenses! 24-75 2.8...

Plus if going for a (heavy) discount, much better. Now one can get it for 500-600€ in Spain.

I have an EPL2 with a sigma 19 and it is much bulkier... Tight fit as a large coat camera. An LX100 would have been fantastic for my NY trip. Besides, I shoot film as "main" larger cameras.

Yes I'd love one but the 600 do get me far in other ways... Perhaps in the next cycle


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I have got a Leica D-LUX (109) and I really think that it is the best compromise of size, weight, features, performance, handling, quality, usability (perhaps not price) that I have seen so far.
Well, the term "compromise" sounds too negative, I guess. I should write "mixture".
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I have got a Leica D-LUX (109) and I really think that it is the best compromise of size, weight, features, performance, handling, quality, usability (perhaps not price) that I have seen so far.
Well, the term "compromise" sounds too negative, I guess. I should write "mixture".
I'll go one further. As for the "package deal", size, weight, features, performance, handling, quality, usability and focal range.......the best out there on the market.
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From the photos I see and the comments I read this could be an excellent companion to my film cameras for when I need the convenience of digital...
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Indeed Robert.

When out with film cameras (specially MF), these become "large" ones and it is nice to balance the second shooter (digital) with something small.
iPhone fills the snapshooter niche but for something serious a m43 camera or other mirrorless with compact lens, seem well balanced. Then as a coat pocket camera to carry around.
Handling my friend's one sometimes does feel even too small, strange for someone like me used to small device haptics.

Otherwise growing a couple arms more would be useful
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Yes, but if you will get an M10, then you be OK with just that M.
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you are correct Raid, but I wrote that before playing with the M10! And you know, Simo desires a Leica as well...
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PS: when you share a passion with your wife is always good, makes life easier but sometimes the cost become higher...
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I know, Robert! However, Rasha does not have any wish to do photography. She used to do water color art in the past.

I have too many cameras, so I will keep on using whatever I have.
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