Panasonic Lumix LX100 sensor review and test results shows the camera scored a point of 67 and performed an good result dynamic range. The LX100 now ranks 10th in the best Micro Four Thirds cameras overall.
The point and shoot compact camera also ranks in 118th place in the DxOMark database of all sensor formats, the score of 67 is also the same score when it is compared to the Sony RX100 M3. See the comparison chart below.
Panasonic LX100 Test Results and Comparison
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 vs Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II vs Sony Cyber-shot DSC RX100 III
From DxOMark Conclusion:
Adopting a larger sensor than the lens can cover offers advantages in lens size and speed, but the trade-off is somewhat reduced sensor performance, particularly in respect to low-light capabilities. For all that, it’s still no worse than rival offerings, given that neither the Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III nor the Canon Power-Shot G1 X Mark II fare any better in low light. If that’s a restriction for your type of photography, larger sensor compacts such as the APS-C Ricoh GR and particularly the full-frame Sony DSC-RX1/1Rhave better performance, but there are tradeoffs, not the least being the daunting premium price for the Sony.
The Panasonic LX100 features a 4/3-inch 16MP High Sensitivity MOS sensor, 4K video recording at 30p, 24-75mm F1.7-F2.8 Leica lens, Live View Finder (LVF) with 2764K-dot equivalent high resolution, high speed burst shooting at 11 fps, and integrated Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.
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