After four years, Panasonic is updating it’s ironing LX 100 camera. LX 100 II is a compact all-rounder camera suited for traveling and cameras enthusiasts.
Why enthusiast? First things first – it’s a point and shoot camera. However, it has physical dials, rings and buttons to give a user total control over things like shutter speed, aperture, ISO, f-stop.
Physical buttons not only teach enthusiast the relationship between controlling light and result; it also give fine grained control to experienced users.
It comes with a micro four third (MTF) sensor found in GX9. It has a 24-75mm (35mm equivalent) lens and features F1.7-2.8 f-stop, which makes it a faster lens that allows more light, thus offering more flexibility.