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    D-Lux4

    That's what my wife still uses.

    Takes good pictures, imho. The camera, that is.


    Why should I bother getting her something new?
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    Re: D-Lux4

    Ditto. Still taking good pictures.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    One more.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    Grid.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    I have a yet-hoped-to-self-repair LX3 (think it has some loose bit mucking things), and its replacement LX7 (which I opted to buy (used, FM.com) after LX100 was issued ; the later-issued LX-10 is more what I'd hoped for). I just realized that a 16x20? print that I had in a gallery which garnered some interest and then was in fact sold ... was taken by the LX3 and was a landscape crop of just less than half the portrait original --the photo lab's system surely red-font-warned me I needed a smaller size ! I like the generous DoF (sharp eyes & blurry noses aren't my forte'), and easy "to-have-with-you" size, and macro ability.

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    Re: D-Lux4

    Central Market.
    Playing with a cheap Chinese fisheye converter add on lens. Corners a little soft.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    Relax.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    Long gone, the D-lux4. But the images remain


    The Swiss Alps.
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    Re: D-Lux4

    Still have it. A recent snap.
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