First Panasonic LX10 specs and images has been leaked online.
Panasonic will announce a new premium digital compact camera called DMC-LX10 for the Photokina 2016 event. The upcoming LX10 will replace the current LX100 model.
The rumor mill is also in talks of a DMC-LX15 camera. We think the LX10 and LX15 are the same models. Panasonic might unveil them with different names for different regions.
First Panasonic LX10 Specs and Images Leaked
When we look at the first Panasonic LX10 specs, we can see that it can record 4K videos with UHD capabilities. The premium compact comes with a large 1-inch type 20.1-megapixel image sensor. It has also a Leica 3x Vario-Summilux lens, and a 3.0″ 1.04m-dot tilting touchscreen.
Rumored Panasonic Lumix LX10 Specs
- Sensor: 1.0-inch Number of effective pixels 20.1 million pixel high-sensitivity MOS sensor (the total number of pixels 20.9 million pixels)
- Lens: LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMILUX 8.8-26.4mm F1.4-2.8
- Equivalent focal length: 24-72mm (3: 2), 26-78mm (4: 3), 25-75mm (16: 9), 31-93mm (1: 1)
- Lens construction: 9 groups 11 sheets (4 aspherical lens, 2 aspherical ED lens, one UHR lens)
- 5-axis hybrid camera shake correction
- Rear LCD: 3-inch 1.04 million dot touch panel tilt (180 degrees possible tilt above)
- Video: 4K 30p, FHD 60p
- 4K Photo: 30fps, up to 15 minutes
- Minimum focusing distance: 30cm (normal), 3cm (AF macro wide-angle)
- Shutter speed: 60-1 / 4,000 (mechanical shutter), 1-1 / 16,000 (electronic shutter)
- ISO Sensitivity: 125-12800 (extended ISO: 80,100,25600)
- Wi-Fi built-in (IEEE 802.11b / g / n)
- USB charging
- Media: SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS-I compatible)
- Size: 105.5 x 60 x 42 mm
- Weight: 280g (body only), 310g (including battery · SD card)
The sensor provides a high native sensitivity to ISO 12800 which is expandable to ISO 25600. Panasonic LX10 specs also has 50 fps with an electronic shutter, 10 fps with a mechanical shutter, or 6 fps with continuous autofocus. UHD 4K video recording is also supported at 30p and 100 Mbps, along with Full HD 1080p/60, and the 4K capabilities further avail a trio of 4K Photo Modes for shooting 8MP stills at up to 30 fps.
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