Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX100 is world first compact M4/3 format camera, It features 16.8MP 4/3″ Multi-Aspect MOS Sensor which provide sensitivity to an ISO 25600. The camera comes with Leica DC Vario-Summilux f/1.7-2.8 Lens. The camera can also record Full HD Video at 60fps in MP4 or AVCHD and 4K Ultra HD Video at 30/24 fps in MP4. In the rear side it has 3.0″ 921k-Dot Rear LCD Screen. It features Manual Control Rings and Dials that offers creativity to the users. It also features 2,764k-Dot EVF which offers to frame and capture shots even in bright sunlight. Connectivity wise it has Wi-Fi and NFC.
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|Verdict: The LX100 features bigger sensor on the other hand the FZ1000 feature a 16X optical zoom lens with bright aperture range, fast continuous shooting speed and a option to record 4K video…. and even by having larger sensor size the LX100 is not showing and significant difference in the image quality…For more details: Panasonic LX100 vs. Panasonic FZ1000|
|Verdict: As we can clearly see that the Canon G1X Mark II is giving neat and clean images with high details and also features more optical zoom range, on the other hand the LX100 features better shutter range and option to record 4K video.. so if you are a still shooter we recommend you to but the Canon G1X Mark II camera and if you are a video / sports shooter we recommend you to buy LX100.For more details: Panasonic LX100 vs. Canon G1 X Mark II|
|Verdict: Nikon coolpix A do have a bigger sensor but the the Panasonic LX100 features more optical zoom, better macro range and optical image stabilization… the LX100 also features fast continuous shooting speed 4K recording capability.. So based in strict specification comparison review we recommend you to buy Panasonic LX100.For more details: Panasonic LX100 vs. Nikon coolpix A|
|Verdict: If you want a smaller camera with less price and better image quality than go with Ricoh GR , if you want a compact camera that records 4K video than go with LX100.For more details: Panasonic LX100 vs. Ricoh GR|
|Verdict: If we keep sensor size and lens relative to each other than we are damn sure that Fuji will create more DOF in portrait images compare to the Panasonic LX100 camera, the other major advantage of the Fujifilm X-Trans sensor is active phase AF pixels inside the sensor so it enables HYBRID AF in Fuji X100T camera… the ISO range of Fuji is also broad than of LX100 so one thing is sure the Fuji X100T will give you better image quality than Panasonic LX100.Handling and usage + the X-Factor – Fuji have a upper hand in Handling and usage due to its compact size, integrated image stabilization and 3X optical zoom…plus the X-factor is addition of 4K video recording inside the Panasonic LX100 camera.
If you want a small powerful camera than LX100 is a excellent choice.. If you are a still shooter who cares for image quality only than go with Fuji X100T.
For more details: Panasonic LX100 vs. Fujifilm X100T