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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX7W 10.1 MP Digital Camera with 7.5x Intelligent zoom and 3.0-inch LCD - White

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  • 7.5x Intelligent zoom, less ghost with Nano Surface Coating Lens
  • 10MP new high sensitivity MOS sensor
  • F1.4-2.3 Leica DC vario SUMMILUX 24mm Wide Angle
  • 60p Full HD Video Recording with Stereo Microphone in AVCHD Progressive /MP4,
  • 9fps High Speed Continuous Shooting
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Technical Details

Color: White
  • Built-in Microphone
  • Built-in Flash
  • Image Stabilization
  • HD Compatible
  • Battery Charger

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Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1.8 x 2.7 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B008MB70TI
  • Item model number: DMC-LX7W
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (446 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #517 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 17, 2012

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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-LX7W 10.1 MP Digital Camera with 7.5x Intelligent zoom and 3.0-inch LCD - White

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Customer Reviews

You just don't need flash for this camera at all! The pictures are sharp looks like I took from a DSLR camera. I'm so so happy I have finally found a small perfect camera :) Read more ›
This is a camera that doesn't skimp on features. Picture quality is great, and I love that in on a budget I have the control and portability that I desire. Read more ›
Wow. The quality of photos are great. Photos without flash especially in low light was one of the reasons I purchased the camera but the outdoor scenery photos are of such… Read more ›
Now comes this dream of a camera that gives me more creative…Image quality is superb for a camera this size, and under different lighting conditions, from bright to dark. Read more ›
I would like more zoom, but understand that is the price you pay for a very sharp lens. Pictures are razor sharp and the intelligent exposure is spot on. Fantastic! Read more ›
I tend to shoot in A mode so, the aperture ring is perfect for my style. The image quality is excellent and it performs well in low light. Overall, I'm very pleased with… Read more ›
Fast shooting, fast lens. iAuto is good, so is Programmed settings. Exposures seem natural, a little towards the cool side, or I just prefer warmer. Read more ›
my film cameras were getting to heavy for canoe tripping so…the Leica lens was the best selling point as i have several Leica's and know the high quality of their work. t… Read more ›
This is a great little camera. The lens is fast and very compact. It's a joy to shoot again. Read more ›
The lens is amazingly bright, fast, and sharp. During daylight situations, it's snappy and does the job well. Read more ›
It is small camera that you can easily carry with you and it takes great pics. The camera lens is amazing! I feel like a photographer when I look at the pictures that I… Read more ›
The only reason I didn't…Otherwise, the f1.4 lens is awsome and when wide open it lets you soften backgrounds in ways that almost no other point and shoot camera can do. Read more ›
This is an excellent alternative to my DSLR when I don't want to carry…Having access to all of the settings is awesome, most non-DSLR cameras force you to shoot in auto. Read more ›
It's nice to have a flash option but it's even better to do without and just get that natural color look in dim settings. The White Balance options are great! Camera has a… Read more ›
It's a great camera with some nice extra options to play around with. The auto features are good, and we've taken some nice low-light shots without having to adjust anything. Read more ›
Almost forgot - the Macro mode really is good - with shallow DOF @ 1.4 - the macro shots really pop out. Read more ›
This is an awesome camera. It has a lot of fun features and is easy to learn. It has an awesome lens. Read more ›
But for manual shooters, at least use P, so that you can override white balance, focus or aperture when…And the manual focus mode and metering mode controls are excellent. Read more ›
unbelievable photo quality. videos are great. i purchased the auto-lens cap and using this camera became much more fun. Read more ›
Either way it is hard not to take good pictures and I find myself using it a lot instead of my dSLR, especially when traveling. Oh, and video quality is brilliant. This… Read more ›
Brightest, meaning fastest lens, Leica lens. I found a video that was excellently done on a review site for this camera. It stated it very clearly, that using the… Read more ›
I haven't seen any other camera for this price with the slow motion feature at hd. and the quality of the normal picture and video footage is excellent. Read more ›
You'd really love the startup time of the camera as well as the very fast focusing which will make your…The video clips are very nice in terms of video and audio quality. Read more ›
Video features are quite good, probably one of the best among photocameras. LX7 is capable of shooting 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution. Read more ›
It also works very well in low lighting. It is easy to use and makes adjustments automatically depending on light etc. It's light weight made it very pleasant for sight… Read more ›
it works so good, the quality of the photo picture can compared to some professional camera's work. easy to use. Read more ›
Bought this for my wife for a present. She is very satisfied , finds it easy to use and it takes great quality pictures without a lot of effort or skill. Read more ›
It takes great shots. Easy to use. You can get as complicated as you want: it has every feature you could think of. Read more ›
I needed something small and light that I can carry around and also something convenient for indoor use at home. For travel I often need something capable of low light… Read more ›
Video better than professional Sony video camera.(Camera was 3-4 years old). Setting are easy to use, understand and all you have to do is point and shoot. One of the top… Read more ›
It is easy to use and small. I did a bunch of research and for the price it was the best choice. It has the lowest light capabilities. Read more ›
That's true -- I find myself leaving the other, larger ones behind more and more, but the reason is less for matters of size than because this is an excellent consumer… Read more ›
I'll probably just need to practice. Final Conclusion: For the price, this is a great camera. You get the convenience of a point-n-shoot with all kinds of features and… Read more ›
It's light, compact, and has a bushel of features. The price is excellent. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a high quality product and more options than the average… Read more ›
An amazing camera and has so many options for such an amazing price! Read more ›
There is a rechargeable Li battery and charger included. I think that the camera is a great value. Read more ›
Controls are numerous, but learnable. Battery life is acceptable, and focus speed is fast enough to keep up with a moving grandchild. Read more ›
I quite like the aperture dial and the camera lightness The image quality and performance is…However, the autofocus is quiet faster in G series and I prefer its ergonomics. Read more ›
I bought it for it's Macro capabilities, to replace my…I like how it can focus in the Macro range under the manual control, and the macro auto focus works great as well. Read more ›
The speed of the lens is fantastic (i prefer to avoid using the flash), and the autofocus performs well - quick enough for me to take pictures of my son running through the… Read more ›
3- the focus was improved but i normally use the automatic and my impression is that both lx5 and lx7 are not really great for macros (buy the canon s95, s100 or s110 if u… Read more ›
There is little delay between two shots; In auto mode, the camera intelligence seems to be reluctant to go above ISO 400, which is a good call to my taste; 3) Manual focus… Read more ›
I thought I would miss the long 10x zoom of the old TX7 but in reality most of my pictures have been in door of family events. The long zoom is nice to boast but not useful. T… Read more ›
Cons: I wish the power zoom lens was faster. It takes too long to zoom in. Read more ›
This camera includes all the features I wanted except super zoom & GPS which I can live…The zoom feature is decent and wide angle shots don't appear to show blurred edges. Read more ›
So if you are interested in making huge prints, there are better choices. Additionally, zoom is limited compared to all of the powerful zooms that are available. What makes… Read more ›
This camera is quite amazing. Finally, a small pocket size camera with a moderate zoom range that lets plenty of light in from wide angle to full zoom. This is a great… Read more ›
The somewhat small sensor was not a handicap as…Some people may prefer a more powerful zoom for general outdoor shots, but for dim lighting this camera does a great job. Read more ›
I'd had an earlier leica model, and this one did not disappoint. The color is just fantastic. Even on foggy/cloudy days, exposure is spot on with the automatic setting. Read more ›
It fit my hand very well and the functions are easy to use. Besides, the color is totally great. Read more ›
Lens at f/1.4 is incredible and focuses very fast. Colors are crisp and (as many others noticed) excels at dull-light performance. Oh! Read more ›
Got that? the one-point color is fun, but I would never have guessed that you need to hit cursor-left to get it to work without the manual. Why cant that be offered onscreen? Read more ›
Colors are vibrant and saturated but not to the point where they look cartoonish and overdone. Color accuracy is also excellent. It is not the high ISO king but processing… Read more ›
The way this stuff handles low light is awesome. Pictures are sharp with low noise and beautiful color rendition. I shoot in JPG and RAW, but the JPGs are beautiful… Read more ›
It is an excellent camera with a superb f-1.4 lens and a great feature set. Low light performance is great. What more can I say... Read more ›
The review heading pretty much says it all. The camera speed and low light performance are fantastic! If you are planning on making large prints with your photos (8x10 or… Read more ›
Its an absolute pleasure to hold and the camera's physical controls are perfect. Secondly, its outdoor and low light performance is excellent. However, it fails miserably… Read more ›
I love this camera. It's performance is so fast picture to picture,focus start up... The image quality is superb especially indoors. My only con is the buttons feel a… Read more ›
After using for it about a week and trying it out in every scenario I can, I came to hate my decision... The low light performance is great don't get me wrong, it's the… Read more ›
Yet, if your camera has wondrous image quality, but turtle-slow shooting performance, it is easy to forego image softness only discernible if you hold an 8 x 10 a few… Read more ›
I'm having fun with this camera. The display is sharp and clear. It is fast electrically. Read more ›
The LX7 is not perfect…The LCD is good enough to give you a reasonable idea of the quality of your photos, so if there is something wonky, you can correct it right away. Read more ›
The rear screen is so clear that I find myself not wishing for a viewfinder. Read more ›
-- The high-resolution OLED rear screen is good, and it can be made VERY bright by adding together the effects of adjusting a couple of different menu controls (although… Read more ›
- Small for the feature set - e.g. there's a decent amount of tech in this smallish size - Hard coated LCD is easy to clean - Quick AF under most circumstances Read more ›
No complaints about this great little camera. The aperture wheel, the ND filter and the higher resolution screen are excellent upgrades from the LX5. Highly recommended if… Read more ›
It has…It's size is also good: while the lens does stick out a bit, I can fit it into most of my pockets, and when I can't, it can fit in a small unobtrusive belt pouch. Read more ›
But I needed a camera that, while satisfying all my requirements was both reasonable in size and weight and that not a pain in the neck (literally) to carry around and… Read more ›
Maybe not the best compact, if size doesn't matter, but if it does, then this camera should be on your short-list. I've an LX1, LX2, LX3, LX5 and now an LX7 and they are… Read more ›
I was looking for smaller alternative to my full size DSLR, that would give me excellent photos with full manual exposure capabilities, for those times when I did not want… Read more ›
Taking its limitations into account as a camera which is not a be-all, end-all for all users, Panasonic has created a camera which allows for some astonishingly great… Read more ›
I decided I did not want to take my full size DSLR on long motorcycle ride thru Latin America. After much research I decided the Panasonic LX-7I was the perfect choice! Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

591 of 615 people found the following review helpful By Nathaniel Allen TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 26, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Wow, this was a tough upgrade decision. Sony's RX100 is superb competition, and I was certain *IT* would be the camera that pulled me out of the Panasonic camp (I also own an old Panasonic DMC-FX50 "bridge camera" in addition to an LX5, which replaced my LX3 -- plus my wife kept a Pana FX35 in her purse before she switched to Sony's slim TX9.

Despite keeping these few cameras around (really just the 3: the FX50, the TX9 and now the LX7), I'm just your Joe Average photographer, shooting mainly the kids, family/friend gatherings, special events, and some home construction-type projects, and other hobby interests.

And what I've ever really wanted out of the LX series is a compact, low light-capable camera with a respectable set of manual controls. Exactly what the SONY RX100 is with its huge sensor, and of the two, it is unquestionably the better performer for indoor shooting situations of fast moving kids, compared to the LX3 and LX5.

If that were my only criteria, I'd have never ordered the LX7, and might be typing up my thoughts on the RX100 instead. But maybe my four years of familiarity with the LX3/5 got the better of me. Maybe I'm just a sheep with a Panasonic logo branded on my flank. But there were a couple of sore points with the Sony that just plain made me unsatisfied. Rather than trash the RX100 (not my intention), here's my list:

- There's no escaping the benefit of the wide 24mm lens on the LX series.
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222 of 231 people found the following review helpful By Bob on October 20, 2012
Color Name: Black
I feel bad for this camera because it got overshadowed by the Sony RX100, which everyone thinks is so amazing because it has a sensor that's midway in size between a compact camera and an APS-C DSLR.

Leaving aside the RX100, the LX7 is the best compact camera I have ever owned with respect to image quality and useability and features.

Some of the wonderful attributes of this camera are:

1. It focuses as fast as an entry-level DSLR.
2. Built-in level.
3. "Step-zoom" allows you to select focal-length-equivalents of 24, 28, 35, 50, 70 and 90mm.
4. Manual focus gives you an electronic depth of field chart which changes as you change the aperture. This makes it great for either zone focusing or for finding the hyperfocal distance. There's also an "MF Resume" option which will return the lens to where you last manually focused.
5. Lens is really sharp, only minimal corner softness at F4, and very useable wide open, more so than the Sony RX100.
6. I also see nearly zero purple fringing with this camera--I'm not sure if its the amazing lens or Panasonic post-processing tricks, but it's nevertheless impressive.
7. Lens is so fast that this camera is actually a BETTER low-light camera than any entry-level DSLR if you are only going to be using that DSLR with the kit lens. The lens is also faster than the RX100, so you need to take that into account when you compare the two cameras. The lens is fast enough to give you a little bit of blurred background, something I've never seen before on a compact camera.
8. Widest angle is 24mm (equivalent), which is a premium feature that you don't get on basic DSLR kit lenses and you don't get on the Sony RX100.
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207 of 221 people found the following review helpful By Monty VanderBilt on September 18, 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
My primary requirement for a camera is that it be compact, but still take great pictures under the conditions I run into often. I hike and climb a lot and do not want the bulk of a DSLR hanging in front of me, and the camera must be accessible so I don't delay the group while digging my camera out of the pack. So I gravitate toward the compact camera that gives me as much of the DLSR feature set as possible.

I chose the LX7 primarily because it has a very fast lens. For me that means handheld shots under a thick forest canopy are not blurred because of slow shutter speeds. My previous camera was the DMC-LX5, the predecessor to this model and it was great. I'm replacing it because I made the mistake of taking movies in a sandstorm during a hike down Buckskin gulch in Utah. Ever since that the camera has been complaining when sand grains stick in the lens mechanism and get inside the camera on the sensor. So don't do that!

When the LX7 arrived I downloaded the PDF manual (much easier to read than the small one in the box) and went through the new features to familiarize myself with how to use them. I kept being delighted with the improvements over the LX5 that make this the best camera I've ever owned for hiking/climbing shots. In brief, they are:

1) Fast lens - good for hand held shots in dim lighting situations (forests, twilight, ...). You don't hold up your companions setting up a tripod shot.
2) Wide angle - no need for a panorama when the wide angle lens can get it all
3) Compact - light and small enough to hand around your neck all day without being uncomfortable
4) Raw - Most of the time I take jpeg simply to document the hike. But when dramatic lighting or scenes call for it I can kick in the Raw for a killer result.
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