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Ease of Use Slotting in below the flagship LX7 model, the new DMC-LF1 is a rather surprising addition to Pansonic's extensive range of compact cameras, if for nothing else than it sports Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera eye-level viewfinder, something of a rarity in today's market. Given the overall size of the camera, the integrated electronic viewfinder is understandably rather small at just 0.
If you think of the EVF as something to use in bright sunlight when the rear screen is difficult to see, or when you want to add Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera extra stability to Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera camera when using the full extent of the 7x zoom by holding it at eye-level, then you won't be disappointed. Still, the EVF adds relatively little bulk or weight to the overall design of the LF1, it displays quite a lot of information, including the ability to playback images and change the camera settings, and it even comes with a diopter control for glasses wearers. So in our opinion it's well worth having, if only as a backup to the main screen.
The rear LCD is more naturally used for shot composition and review. The screen itself is a bright 3-inch model with k dot resolution that provides a naturalistic translation Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera the scene before the lens.
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However you will still find yourself squinting and cupping a hand around it in bright sunlight, so the electronic viewfinder is worth turning to at some points. The LF1 further boasts a 7x wide optical zoom, offering a focal range equivalent to mm in 35mm terms, which is optically stabilized to help prevent image blur from camera shake. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 weighs a svelte g even with the battery and card inserted, and it easily fits inside a trouser or coat pocket, making it truly portable. Although it lacks the more premium build quality of Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera LX7 with its metal body, the all-plastic LF1 still feels like a quality product, with an appealingly sober matt-black finish that doesn't draw unwanted attention to itself.
Front Rear An intuitive control ring surrounds the lens which can be customised to change either the aperture, shutter speed, step zoom, exposure compensation, aspect ratio, ISO speed or white balance settings. Left at the default setting and used in conjunction with the control wheel on the rear, it makes it easy to alter the camera's principal creative controls. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 doesn't have any kind Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera grip on the front, just a small rubberised thumb-rest on the rear - in practice this thankfully doesn't mean that the camera is constantly slipping out of your hand. Selected via a twist of the small, ridged top-plate shooting mode dial, there's the subject recognising and performance optimising intelligent Auto iA mode for point and shoot simplicity, plus an extensive range of 15 Creative Control in-camera effects. Users also get access to four Color Modes via the on-screen menu when the shooting dial is turned to a creative mode, such as program, aperture priority, shutter priority or manual.
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Also present and correct is the time saving 'Q. Menu' Quick Menu button on the backplate. Press this and a graphical toolbar of essential shooting functions appears along the bottom of the screen which the user can tab through and make selections from courtesy of the control wheel and central 'Set' button on the camera Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera. It's undoubtedly these familiar elements that will appeal to anyone trading up from a cheaper, simpler Lumix compact, and soften any perceived learning curve from what otherwise outwardly appears a more sophisticated proposition. The LCD fades into life and the lens extends from within its protective housing to the maximum 28mm-equivalent wideangle setting.
Generally the camera is as fast and responsive as one could wish for.
Front Top It's from the front and top that the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 most shows its enthusiast leanings, large for a compact 28mm wide angle Leica-branded lens staring you in the face as you tease the camera from its packaging, with Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera automatic sliding lens cover to protect the glass when not in use. On top of the LF1 we get a small hump which houses the built-in EVF, to the right of which sit the stereo microphones. Next along is the narrow profile and firm shooting mode dial with 10 options squeezed around it.
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As well as iAuto we get the P,A,S,M quartet plus a separate setting for the Creative Control modes, another for the scene modes the usual family-friendly array of portrait, landscape, baby and pet settingsthe improved sweep Panorama mode, and not one but two user customisable settings. You can't set the aperture or shutter speed when shooting movies, but the Panasonic Lumix Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera does provide access to some of the Creative Control modes when shooting video, plus the ISO settings, white balance and AF tracking are also all accessible when shooting movies. The normal bugbear of exterior location shoots is also dealt with thanks to a wind cut option among the two screen's worth of menu settings in motion picture mode.
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Happily, the full extent of the smooth and steady 7x optical zoom can be accessed when shooting video, its mechanical Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera quiet and minimally intrusive. Back to stills for a moment though and, if results straight out of the camera are too naturalistic for the photographer's liking, the Creative Control modes are on hand.
It's here one can choose the vibrant, saturation boosting 'Expressive' setting from an expansive range of options also including 14 other effects, with the welcome ability to alter the look of each individual effect should Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera so desire. Next to the shooting mode dial is the raised shutter release button ergonomically encircled by a finger-tip rocker switch for operating the zoom. As indicated the zoom glides fairly leisurely through its range, taking just Panasonic DMC-LF1 Camera three seconds to get from maximum wideangle to extreme telephoto. Discuss in the Panasonic Compact Camera Talk forum.
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