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Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by RT_Panther, May 9, 2012.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 Review: Digital Photography Review
Hopefully the GX2...
I think they should just combine the G and GX line and make it a rangefinder style camera.
Because its such a sexy camera.
It's view finder was comfortably placed for those of us with Roman Noses
It had a nice retro shutter speed dial
Too bad they did not continue putting the aperture ring on their lenses. And it also has a 2 position bounce flash.
Did I mention it was such a sexy camera too?
I haven't any problem with sexy ... so count me in too.
Well Panasonic have hinted at a "Very, very high quality" camera soon so I guess we can only hope they are listening and looking at forums and desires as well as reviewing the interest in the likes of the OMD and the Fuji XPro-1 as they are both new, innovative and drawing a lot of interest both good and bad but in both cases, showing there is a lot of interest in Retro styles.
So, it is not beyond the realms of possibility that Panasonic could make a revamp of that sexy LC-1 and not suffer criticism for copying as it would be a revamp/upgrade of a previous popular model, or they could do a more svelte version of the GH series that is more akin to the OMD.
Personally, I would rather see Panasonic produce a well made upgrade to the LC1 in a rangefinder styled body rather than a DSLR style, I guess we will have to wait and see.
I also love to see the m4/3 version of LC1 with rangefinder style evf ala x-pro1.
Except for those of us who are left-eyed. :smile:
Leica-like, retro-look, and Micro 4/3...
Me too! I still use mine quite a lot as I just love using it.
Sorry, yes I guess except for those that can only use one eye too.
My dad has one of these! It's now sitting in my house.
I want a programmable control dial around the lens mount, similar to the shutter speed dials on the OM (35mm) series. Why should all the controls be for the right hand?
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