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LX5 shots from my yard

Discussion in 'Micro Four Thirds' started by voyagerec, Mar 28, 2011.

  1. voyagerec

    voyagerec New Member

    Mar 25, 2011
    CA, USA
    Just bought my Panasonic LX5 a week ago. I'm extremely delighted with this cam. I can not tell its images apart from my DSLRs when shot in raw format.

    Here are two shots from my yard.


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  2. Excellent image quality and very sharp. The LX5 is a legend like the LX3, Enjoy!
  3. BBW

    BBW Administrator Emeritus

    Jul 7, 2010
    betwixt and between
    Eric, great color and detail in these two! It is difficult not to fall for the LX5.:love:
  4. andrewh973

    andrewh973 Regular

    Mar 13, 2011
    NYC metro are
    Nice job!

    After looking more closely at a short list of compacts (in-store: LX5, G12, S95, D-Lux-5, V-Lux-20), I'm taking my wife to the photo shop this Wednesday, to try out the LX5... I hope we come home with one.

    What memory card type is most recommended for this camera? And, should I be looking, also, at a separate card reader? If so, which do you recommend?


  5. BBW

    BBW Administrator Emeritus

    Jul 7, 2010
    betwixt and between
    I use a 4GB class 10 SD SanDisk Extreme SD card. I had it already and it has been just fine for me. The card reader I use is the SanDisk MicroMate which I bought from Amazon for not very much money.
  6. olli

    olli Super Moderator Emeritus

    Sep 28, 2010
    Metro Manila
    I use Transcend cards (specifically 8GB SDHC) - a bit cheaper than the sandisk/lexar equivalents and never had any problems with these or their other products. Don't use a card reader.
  7. voyagerec

    voyagerec New Member

    Mar 25, 2011
    CA, USA

    I use Sandisk cards only now. I once has a othe brand CF card failed. But no failure on Sandisk so far.

    Also, using separate card reader is much better than connecting your camera directly to your computer. Just get one that support all the cards you may have.

  8. vincechu

    vincechu Veteran

    Sep 14, 2010
    thanks for sharing - the Lx5 is a great camera, i love it's flexibility - the bright 24-90 and close focusing in particular
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