first Mention of LX200

Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by Robstar1963, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. Robstar1963

    Robstar1963 Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jun 10, 2011
    Isle of Wight England UK
    Robert (Rob)
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  2. Estrellas321

    Estrellas321 Mu-43 Regular

    Feb 19, 2015
    Vancouver, BC
    Of the things I wanted in the LX100 that is featured in the rumors of this LX200, I would have to say a touch screen is probably one of my least desired. I would be thrilled with the higher resolution, tilt screen, built-in flash and built-in ND filter.

    But you never know, touch screen ability may just not be listed. A touch screen should be a given for all Panasonic cameras nowadays.
  3. demiro

    demiro Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Nov 7, 2010
    I really wanted to see a touch screen on this camera, but the trade off for more filter effects is a great deal! Maybe they can make that dedicated Filter button even larger too. F'ing clowns.
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  4. DHart

    DHart Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Jan 7, 2010
    Scottsdale, Arizona
    Given what a home run the LX100 has been (for me) whatever advancements the LX200 brings will be fantastic. That said, a built-in flash is of no interest to me. Using a full m4/3 sensor capture is of interest!

    The LX100 is an incredible, versatile camera that gets very close to replacing a lot of m4/3 gear, for a good portion of general photography applications. The lens on the LX100 is fantastical. Given a sufficient sensor upgrade alone, the LX200 will be a home run. Give it a tilting LCD screen and I'd be thrilled!
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  5. yorik

    yorik Mu-43 Top Veteran Subscribing Member

    Dec 23, 2013
    Scotts Valley, CA
    And then there is the (hoped for) benefit of LX100 fire sales...
  6. mattia

    mattia Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    May 3, 2012
    The Netherlands
    Built-in flash and better high ISO than an RX100 might make it interesting for underwater use. Sort of depends on the wet lens situation, though; right now the RX100 mk I and mk II are tough to beat for stills quality in a compact package.