panasonic dmc-lx3 test shot

14 September, 2008 § 4 Comments

promised to post a test shot of the LX3.  we played for a wedding luncheon this afternoon and this fellow on my right was just too gorgeous for me to pass over.

picture details

location: ballroom
shutter speed: 1/30s
aperture f/2.0
focal length: 5.1mm
ISO: 320

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§ 4 Responses to panasonic dmc-lx3 test shot

  • Juha Haataja says:

    A fine intstrument and a fine photo!

  • sputnik00 says:

    hi juha, yes i have to admit the horn looks so gorgeous. will let my neighbour know, he will be very pleased.

  • Willy says:

    Beautiful French Horn. Great little camera!
    Been using the LX1 for a while. LX3 has less noise but I see a bit in this pic at full size. The ISO 320 would be the culprit.I love the user friendly nature of these little gems.

  • sputnik00 says:

    hi willy, i think you’re right about the ISO 320 being the trouble. the lighting in the ballrom was pretty dim and i didn’t have a tripod with me so couldn’t manage an ISO 200 shot.

    the detail on the horn’s rotary valves came out pretty well i thought. i’m beginning to seriously appreciate the f/2.0.

    are you going to pick up the LX3? would be interesting to see how the Panasonic LX3 has evolved since the LX1.

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