The LX100M2 combines a Micro 4/3” sensor with a fast 24-75mm LEICA DC Vario-Summilux lens and manual operation. It offers a level of creative control usually only found on more complex camera systems.
At the heart of the LX100M2 is a 17-megapixel Micro 4/3” MOS Sensor. With an imaging area that’s 1.6 times the area of a 1-inch sensor, the LX100M2 has improved low light performance, saturation and defocussed bokeh capture.
The LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMILUX lens integrated within the LX100M2 boosts F1.7 brightness at the wide-angle end and F2.8 at the telephoto end for natural looking bokeh, and a high shutter speed for effective low-light photography. The versatile focal range allows you to take many types of photographs, from the 24mm at wide-angle for dynamic landscapes to 75mm at mid-telephoto for artistic portraits. Together, the lens and large image sensor deliver outstanding image quality, while the compact body makes the LX100M2 easy to carry and use.
The 3-inch rear monitor of the LX100M2 offers approx. 1,240k-dot resolution and convenient touch operation like touch autofocus, zoom in and touch shutter control. With an analogue control environment routed in established camera design, the LX100M2 has a dedicated aperture ring, focus ring, shutter speed and exposure compensation dial. There’s a comfortable, instinctive and tactile familiarity to the feel of these controls.
1 Monochrome D is a new monochrome mode in Photo Style that features even finer gradations. Along with Monochrome and L. Monochrome, it gives you the dynamic control to help take black-and-white expressiveness to the next level.
The unique 4K PHOTO feature allows you capture the perfect moment by selecting a frame from a video sequence shot at 30 fps and saving it as an 8-megapixel equivalent high -resolution image. Panasonic’s 4K technology gives you the remarkable capability of refocusing an image even after it has been taken. Select the in-focus area after shooting with the Post Focus function. Or adjust the depth of field after shooting with the Focus Stacking function.