Wednesday, August 15, 2012

As though the sun blinded you for a moment

Today was a busy day, of meetings, discussions, and writing. After commuting by bicycle (and eating a lot) I went out walking with my daughter, who was keen to have a look at ducks. It was a warm day, up to 24 °C, and so it is predicted of tomorrow also. But on Friday we may have rain, finally.

I had a look at the Panasonic LX7 review at DC Resource, and rather positive it is concerning the image quality: "The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 produces some of the best quality photos of any compact camera out there. [...] Detail smudging is not a problem at low ISOs, which is not the case on the majority of compact cameras these days. The LX7 keeps noise under control through ISO 400 in low light, and ISO 1600 in good light, which is certainly better than your typical compact."

The reviewer noted some usability problems with the control wheel (it is the same with the LX5), so not all things were positive. But as the LX7 has a separate aperture ring, for me the problems with the control wheel wouldn't matter so much as with the LX5.

(Posting title is from the poem Dawn by Louise Glück.)

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