Category Archives: Panasonic LX3

  This post starts with the confession that I have sold my lovely Panasonic LX3, written about in an earlier post. The LX3 is compact, has a decent sensor for a compact camera, slightly larger than average, and a sensible 10 megapixel file to achieve decent noise performance. Additionally the Leica badged lens, is well…

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  • Dick

    I’m having some fun with the LX3. I don’t use it much but I bought it because I’ve taken up cycle touring and was really worried about my precious DSLR bouncing about on the bike and the mirror getting shaken about. The LX3 is fine in the bar bag.

    I’m really happy with the quality but I have hit a brick wall about one point. My new PC is a 64 bit computer and Lumix RAW files are not supported on 64 bit. There will eventually be a solution to this but I may have to take jpegs meantime.

Day 3 starts from Laggan Locks and takes the path by Loch Oich. This is reckoned by some to be the most visually pleasant part of the walk. The light was really flat this day and so this picture doesn’t do justice. A railway line used to run here, but it never quite connected Fort…

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Just a quick one from our walk up the hill behind Howwood on Thursday evening. The light was very low as the sun had gone down, but it did have a lovely quality about it. It seemed to make the grass unnaturally green. The LX3 was in my pocket and I tried a snap of…

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On Sunday Catherine and I went for a walk around our local landmark, Kenmuir Hill and Elliston Tower at its summit. The sky was rubbish so I left the 40D at home and took the LX3 instead. Here are a few for fun in black and white since the colours were drab anyway. Here’s the…

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I know it’s a little pathetic, but I’m very fond of our little cat, Pepsi. Like all cats, she’s a little selfish and wicked, but she’s also very affectionate (when it suits her). The problem is twofold, she won’t look at a camera, no seriously she won’t, and she’s so black that you need just…

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