Panasonic has introduced the latest camera in their Lumix LX lineup, with the Lumix LX100 II.
The LX100 II has a 21.77-megapixel sensor which can provide a 17-megapixel image in 4:3 aspect ratio. This helps photo details stand out, thanks to the Venus Engine image processor.
The camera also has the Leica DC Vario-Summilux lens which is equivalent to 35mm and has a high-speed of F1.7-2.8.
The camera’s Live Viewfinder has a 2760K-dot resolution with 100% colour reproduction. The LX100 II can record 4K video in 30 or 24 fps as well as take 4K photos.
The camera also includes Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi and a bunch of filters and panorama shot options.
The Panasonic Lumix LX100 II will be available in October for $1,299 CAD.