Panasonic L10 Review
The Panasonic L10 is clearly ranked below the L1 but does offer more pixels. No less than 10 Megapixels are found on the new Live MOS sensor. Of course the Panasonic L10 has been built according to the FourThirds System. A new lens has been introduced together with the camera, naturally equipped with Mega O.I.S. Like the L1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC L10 features a Leica kit lens with a zoom range of 14-50mm, equivalent of 28-100mm on a 35mm camera. The main difference is the light sensitivity.
Panasonic L10 DSLR
The new lens offers maximum aperture of f/3.8-5.6. This is about one stop less sensitive than the standard lens of the L1 but it does make the lens considerably less expensive. Mind you, the Panasonic L10 can only be purchased as a kit. After the purchase you can enhance the set endlessly with beautiful Leica optics and even with Olympus or Sigma lenses. That is the big advantage of the FourThirds System; you are no longer stuck with one brand as far as lenses are concerned.
Panasonic L10 Test
The Panasonic DMC-L10 processes all data through a Venus Engine III processor just like its bigger brother. The so-called film mode lets the user adjust it to his/her own taste. Just as in a film, you will get differences in contrast, colour range and gradation. And the image sensor obviously carries the Supersonic Wave Filter for dust reduction. I can imagine that this brief introduction of the Lumix L10 DSLR camera asks for more so move on to the Panasonic Lumix L10 review for comprehensive information. Continue to read the full Panasonic L10 review at LetsGoDigital Online Magazine.