Panasonic DMC-LX5K: LX3 Made Better

Panasonic DMC-LX5K

Finally, the LX3’s true successor is finally here! Panasonic has taken the wraps off the DMC–LX5K, a new camera designed to improve on their bestselling LX3.

The LX5K sports a “high sensitivity” 10 megapixel CCD, no doubt based on the LX3’s class–changing sensor. In many ways, the new camera is still very much an LX3, though fitted with a longer zoom range that goes from 24mm to 90mm. This time, an optical and electronic viewfinder are available as addon options. Ergonomically, they also changed the handgrip that’s sure to help the camera’s feel.

(via wouter28mm)

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  1. […] all know that Panasonic unveiled the LX3′s successor a few days ago, called the Lumix LX5. (Initially labeled as the LX5K, it is now simply the LX5.) If you’re wondering if this thing […]

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