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Panasonic LX10 hands on review

Panasonic LX10 hands on review

| On 27, Jan 2017

One more entry in the “tiny camera with one-inch sensor” ring – the Panasonic LX10. What sets Panasonic apart is not size but the extraordinary feature set which ranges from useful to interesting to gimmicky.

The photos, and their EXIF data are available on flickr.

You can check the current U$ price at B&H and Amazon

Behind the Scenes
On camera scenes are recorded with a Sony A6500 with the 35mmF1.8 lens, The blogging scene was recorded on the LX10. Closeups of the LX10, including the LCD screen were recorded with the Sony A6500 with the 30mm macro lens.

On camera audio is recorded using a Rodelink Filmmaker wireless kit, narration recorded using a Rode NT-USB. Manfrotto tripods are used. I edit using Final Cut 10.3.2 on a 5K iMac.

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The products reviewed are on loan, and returned after the review unless otherwise mentioned.
I am not sponsored or compensated by any manufacturer, I have not accepted payment to review any product. I am not compensated for my reviews except through Google Adwords.
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  1. Bob Timmins

    Please review the Panasonic ZS100.
    Thank you.

    • Maarten

      Thanks for your request, I’ll do my best but there are so many cameras and I invest a lot of time in each review, which does not permit me to review them all. Next on my Panasonic to-do list is the GH5.

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