The Panasonic “Point and Shoot” Lumix DMC LX3 camera is priced in the $400-$500 range.  This camera performs similar to the Leica M Class camera but without the hefty price tag of $4-$5,000.

This easy to use camera offers the ability to shoot video and still life photography.  The Panasonic DMC-LX3 offers both automatic and manual controls.  The automatic controls appeal to users who like the ease of use that automated performance brings.  Those who enjoy the artistic aspect of photography and videography, will appreciate the option of utilizing its manual settings.

Users have the ability to shoot in one of three different aspect ratios; 4:3 (rectangular framed shot), 3:2 (square framed shot), 16:9 (wide screen shot). 

Users of this convenient, easy to use, “in the pocket” camera will love the option of shooting their subjects in high definition.  It should be noted that the high definition feature of this camera is considered to be on the lower end of high definition and is not intended for commercial use. 

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jumpuss (0:44 PM, April 28, 2011)
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