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Lunix LX7 Infrared Sensor

The LX7 boasts LEICA DCVARIO SUMLUX lens with F1.4 - F2.3 full-range brightness for the true enthusiasts of photography. Plus, the aperture ring allows direct, intuitive control of aperture and the internal ND filter makes it possible to reduce light to use slower shutter speed.

The 1/1.7-inch 10.1-megapixel1 MOS Sensor that features improvement in S/N ratio by 1.5 dB compared with the predecessor DMC-LX52. The result is a high resolution image with stunning clarity not only in high sensitivity recording but also in low ISO setting reproducing rich gradation with the exquisitely wide dynamic range even when the situation is highly contrasted.

Sensor Details

Lumix LX7 Sensor Details

True Resolution:10.1Mp
Aperture Range:F1.4 - F2.3
Max Shutter Speed: 1 second
ISO:80 - 6400 ISO
Image Quality: 82
Resolution (GSD): 5cm @400ft
Format:RAW, JPG
Image Stabilisation:roll and anti-shake

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