Leica D-LUX 4
Released September, 2008
The Pros:RAW file format support. Quality pro
accessories. Sharp and fast lens.
The Cons:Considerably more expensive than the last generation product. Noisy sensor. Virtually the same as the Panasonic LX-3.
Introduced in mid-September 2008, the D-LUX 4 is an advanced digital point and shoot camera from Leica. Targeted towards prosumers and consumers interested in higher quality camera options, the D-LUX 4 is a secondary point and shoot alternative to the DSLR, for when the portability and simpler functionality of a compact outweigh the size, weight and complexity of larger more expensive cameras.
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With complete manual controls, high quality internals and RAW capability, and a wide variety of accessories such as a viewfinder, separate flash and a hand grip, the D-LUX 4 is both customizable and expandable, for professional use in any number of situations. Pricing has not been announced, but it is expected to be significantly more than the D-LUX 3.
- Main technical features: 10.1 megapixel, 2.5x optical zoom
- Screen: 3" TFT-LCD, 460,000 pixels
- Lens: LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMICRON 5.1-12.8 mm f/2.0-2.8 ASPH, 24 to 60 mm (35 mm format)
- Dimensions and weight: 4.28″ x 2.34″ x 1.07″, 8.04 oz
- comes bundled with battery charger, battery and a software package
User Reviews (4)
considerably more expensive than the last generation product
Virtually the same as the Panasonic LX-3
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