Cleaned digital point and shoot camera in [Excellent+], tested and fully working condition.
It comes with:
– Lens Cap
– FS Bag
– Wrist strap
– Battery charger
– Memory card
– Manual (GER)
The camera is tested by __kaethe_
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There are just a few signs of use.
Tiny scratches and marks.
Small scratches on the screen.
There are a few small scratches on the front element of the lens. This does not affect the quality of the images in any way.
No fungus, no fog, and normal dust inclusions in the lens.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 is a very advanced and pretty special compact camera released in 2006. It is the successor to the also very unique DMC-LX1 which was the world first camera with a 16:9 widescreen image sensor. This camera was definitely made for enthusiasts, it gives you full control if you want it and lets you switch between 4:3, 3:2 or 16:9 aspect ratios, with a physical lever. There is also a lever for switching between manual and autofocus.
Then there is the Leica Vario Elmarit 28mm-112mm f2.8 – f4.9 Lens with aspherical elements.
What the press wrote about this camera back in 2006:
The Lumix LX1, announced July 2005, was a camera that proved just how commited Panasonic is to shaking up the digital camera market with innovative, often quirky products rather than taking the easy (though unimaginitive) ‚me too‘ route followed by so many other manufacturers. Designed with the photo enthusiast in mind it offered the world’s first 16:9 widescreen CCD sensor, a useful 28-112mm 4x wide angle zoom lens (with optical stabilization, naturally) and full photographic control. And now, a year later we have the LX2, which adds a 16:9 widescreen LCD to match the sensor, ups the pixel count to 10.2 megapixels and upgrades the processor to the latest Venus Engine III. There are also minor enhancements to the control interface and a new (low resolution) ISO 3200 mode.
Please take a close look at the pictures.