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Panasonic LX2DPInterface have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – the camera recently featured in Spiderman 3 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is available for £257

“The Panasonic Lumix LX2 is a great compact (not in your back pocket though) camera. It can produce 10 megapixels of widescreen photos, a 28 mm wide-angle lens and of course has a lovely widescreen LCD on the back to show off your photos.”

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Panasonic LX2Digital Camera Info have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is available for £272 at Amazon UK

“Coming on the heels of its release of the LX1, the first digital camera to shoot 16:9 wide-angle aspect ratio natively in addition to 4:3 and 3:2, Panasonic brought the DMC-LX2 into the market earlier this year with a few notable improvements over its predecessor. Panasonic put an improved Venus Engine III processor in this camera in an attempt to battle noise concerns that arose with the LX1. This processor is also being credited with cutting down on battery consumption, with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 purportedly capable of attaining 300 shots on a single battery charge.”

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Panasonic LX2Photoxels have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is available for £319 at Amazon UK

“It has fast performance with 1 sec. startup and no practical shutter lag. It has a 16:9 [HDTV] aspect ratio image sensor and the 28mm wide-angle lens is perfect for landscape and group shots. The 112mm tele coverage is ideal for portraits. An extra large 2.8-in. LCD monitor makes composition and viewing very comfortable. Selectable AF Area makes focusing on off-center subjects easy.”

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Panasonic LX2Imaging Resource have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is available for £319 at Amazon UK

“Though it looks virtually identical to last year’s LX1 and makes only a few refinements, this camera is the better for it. For starters, the LX2 now offers a widescreen 2.8-inch LCD that lets you see images you captured at 16:9 in their full widescreen aspect ratio on the display without cropping. Other improvements include increased image resolution to 10 megapixels on shots captured at 16:9, increased light sensitivity of up to ISO 3,200 in High Sensitivity mode, and the speedy new LSI Venus Engine III image processor which has quickened the performance of the LX2 in just about all areas, while lowering image noise at ISO 400 and above.”

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Panasonic LX2Digital Camera Review have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“The LX2’s Achilles’ heel is NOISE. Users who plan to shoot exclusively at ISO 100 will be alright up to (and maybe beyond – depending on subject/lighting) 8×10 enlargements. Like all compact/ultra-compact digicams the LX2 has red-eye issues because (with tiny cameras) it just isn’t physically possible to separate the flash and the lens sufficiently to avoid having both on essentially the same plane. ”

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Panasonic LX2Photography BLOG have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is the second-ever compact digital camera to feature a 16:9 ratio CCD sensor, following on from the original LX1 model that was released back in 2005. The 16:9 format is perfect for viewing on your widescreen TV or just for achieving a more panoramic effect. Panasonic have sensibly added a wider 2.8 inch LCD screen to the DMC-LX2 to match the ratio of the sensor.”

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Panasonic LX2DPReview have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“And now, a year later we have the LX2, which adds a 16:9 widescreen LCD to match the sensor, ups the pixel count to 10.2 megapixels and upgrades the processor to the latest Venus Engine III. There are also minor enhancements to the control interface and a new (low resolution) ISO 3200 mode.”

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Panasonic LX2Cameralabs have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“The Panasonic Lumix DMC LX2 is the successor to the Lumix LX1, which was the first digital still camera with a genuine 16:9 widescreen sensor. The new LX2 remains a native widescreen model, and features several enhancements including the obligatory increase in resolution from 8.4 to 10.2 Megapixels.”

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Panasonic LX2DCResource have published their review of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 ($500) is an upgrade to the DMC-LX1 from last year (read our review). That camera was unique for its 16:9, “widescreen” CCD and 28 mm lens. On the LX2 Panasonic has added several new features, some good, some not-so-good.”

Panasonic LX2Engadget have published their hands on preview of the new 10 megapixel Panasonic Lumix LX2 – it’s an update to the Panasonic Lumix LX1 (read our review here) – and features a wide angle 4x optical zoom lens with image stabilisation, ISO upto 1600, and a new larger 2.8″ 16:9 wide LCD screen. It’s available in black or silver.

“The images that we took were clean, crisp and quite fast. Furthermore, the 16:9 ratio made us feel like something of a filmmaker at times, with so much extra width. In short, if Panasonic wanted to trade us for that Fuji FinePix S3100 that you saw earlier, we’d gladly accept.”