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Panasonic LX100 Hands-on Review feat. Lok in London

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In this episode, we are reviewing the high-end compact camera – Panasonic LX100(http://bit.ly/PanaLX100). Lok loves this so much so he made an excuse to …

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  1. I love everything about this camera other than how far that lens sticks out. It has amazing aesthetics when turned off but it just looks awful when its actually on. Real shame. I would buy a fixed lens version of this camera in a heartbeat. I love its AF performance vs the X series cameras and I cant stand how stubby the X100 lens is. Its hard to manipulate the aperture ring comfortably on those.

  2. Hi guys, I am looking for an opinion on whether to keep my NEX 6 or sell it in order to get the LX100. At the moment I have the NEX 6 with a Sigma DN 30mm F2.8. This lens costs about 130 pounds in the UK so it's not exactly expensive but not cheap either.

    I am going on Holiday soon and want the camera with me. What makes me lean towards the LX100 is that it is an all in one system, I am not really interested in changing lenses as I only have one lens lol I like that the LX100 goes down to 1.7 aperture and shoots 4k video. Although the sensor is smaller is there any other downside to replacing my NEX?

  3. I feel like a traitor, but I just ordered the Lumix LX100, and I am putting all my Canon DSLR camera and lenses for sale. I found myself not taking the Canon on trips just because of the size and weight of the expensive L-series and other lenses. What's the point if you don't take it with you. I'm looking forward to a more practical and lighter camera. I do like the retro, rangefinder look as well. Good review.

  4. I am a LX100 user and would like to know if you also had problems with camera stabilization. My camera even with the stabilizer on does not make any difference if I turn it off in the menu. I'm thinking I have a faulty unit. Does this happen with the camera you tested? In my case only the fact of filming is already a lot of trepidation in the video. If you can answer me, thank you.

  5. Silly Kai makes a fool out of himself with his silly British humour, trying to impersonate the silly Jeremy Watson. You hardly learn anything useful except how a silly Chinese rich kid twists his upper lip to pretend he's a Brit.

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