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First, you must pop the flash up yourself, it is never automatic. The only way I know to have it flash in all lighting condition is to set it in program mode. To do that you turn the wheel on top of the camera to "P". Then push the "menu set" button in the middle of the 4 way directional buttons. you will then have nu… see more First, you must pop the flash up yourself, it is never automatic. The only way I know to have it flash in all lighting condition is to set it in program mode. To do that you turn the wheel on top of the camera to "P". Then push the "menu set" button in the middle of the 4 way directional buttons. you will then have numerous possible settings in this menu area, getting familiar with all of these will help you use all of the features of this camera. But, back to the flash question. Once you are in this menu you will notice 3 tabs to the left, using the up/down directional buttons move to the top tab (camera icon) and it will say REC at the top of the screen. You then the right directional button to move into the section of this menu. The selected item should turn yellow. Use the down directional button to move to the 5th screen where you will find the "Flash" setting line. Once there, push the right directional button and you will see 4 choices, chose the third one down which is just the flash "lightning bolt symbol". others include auto, auto with red eye reduction, etc. Once you select the lightning bolt symbol, push the "menu set" button twice. Once to set the flash option and the second time to close the menu and send you back to basic shooting mode. Now, when ever you set the wheel on top to "P" and pop the flash up, the flash will fire on every shot. Also remember, if you are not totally happy with the results you can go back into the menu and change a variety of camera functions that effect the image. Experiment and have fun. see less
By rayman on May 20, 2016
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Try to buy it, and if you can the shipping is available :D
By Santiago Otondo on March 5, 2013
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No.
This camera is good. But the screen is the only thing you can use to find your object -- unless you pay extra to buy a view finder. Using screen will be a challenge in a sunny day.

By John on March 23, 2013
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No, mine just came with a plastic cover for the lense
By LovestoBuy on March 4, 2013
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On Ebay, I think you'll find the LX3 is cheaper. On Amazon, a new LX3 is hard to find since it's a much older model. Also, the LX7 just came out so they are lowering the price of the LX5 to get rid of the stock. Once it's gone, the price will go back up.
By El Tombo on December 6, 2012
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I have both, and they both take excellent pictures. The d-Lux is an older camera ( I think ), and doesn't have the same resolution. Unless you're making large prints, you will not likely notice much difference.
You're also paying about double for the Leica red dot as Leica produces the optics for boh cameras, and if… see more
I have both, and they both take excellent pictures. The d-Lux is an older camera ( I think ), and doesn't have the same resolution. Unless you're making large prints, you will not likely notice much difference.
You're also paying about double for the Leica red dot as Leica produces the optics for boh cameras, and if I'm not mistaken Panasonic produces the electronics for both. see less

By ©ooper on November 1, 2012
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I wouldn't know, but my gut says no. There are guides on drying moistened hardware using rice that have been VERY helpful for mobile phone users, where the contacts on the internals are close together. Give a search around.
By Public Name on September 15, 2013
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I'm not sure how specific an answer you are looking for, but you should be able to find the answer in the attached links below. I continue to be pleased with the camera and the quality of the photos. The lens is very fast as I am often able to capture sharp images from a moving vehicle while on vacation. Good luck!!!
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I'm not sure how specific an answer you are looking for, but you should be able to find the answer in the attached links below. I continue to be pleased with the camera and the quality of the photos. The lens is very fast as I am often able to capture sharp images from a moving vehicle while on vacation. Good luck!!!
Panasonic discussion of the LX5 > f/2.0 LEICA DC Lens
http://panasonic.net/avc/lumix/compact/lx5/lens.html
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 Optics Review:
http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/LX5/LX5A4.HTM
LX 5 Manual in pdf:
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMCLX5.PDF see less

By Fehsinger on August 13, 2013