Panasonic LUMIX DC-LX100M2 review
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The Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100M2 has been released in addition to the high-scoring LX100. It's got a higher resolution and 4K video as well as plenty of extra features to help you take the best of photos such as post-focus and focus-stacking functions, allowing you to shoot first and focus later, and style modes. With all this packed in to a compact body, it seems to be a street-photographer's dream. But does it perform better than the LX100, and is it a welcome addition to the Lumix range? Read on to find out.
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- What's the picture quality like?
- What's it like to use?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
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- Should I buy it?
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