Camera manufacturers are finally understanding the fact that more megapixels are good but faster lenses are way, way better. Panasonic follows suit with the latest Lumix LX7, featuring an f/1.4-2.3 aperture lens from Leica. This makes it faster than the Samsung EX2F’s lens opening at f/1.4-2.7. In street speak, this just means that the Lumix LX7 can gather more light, even at the longest opening of 90mm. Translating the image is a high-sensitivity, 10.1MP CMOS sensor offering multiple aspect ratios. As with other compact cameras, this one shoots Full HD videos. $TBA.
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