Is Lumix owned by Panasonic?
Lumix is Panasonic’s brand of digital cameras, ranging from pocket point-and-shoot models to digital SLRs….Lumix.
|Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC1 (2004)|
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Why is Panasonic failing?
In a nutshell their failure was all about lousy marketing, a lack of investment in their brand and boring and predicable PR. We work with Hollywood studio’s,claimed Panasonic, so does LG,Samsung and the Chinese brands who dished out big money to producers and studio’s to plead their case.
Is the Panasonic LX10 good for video?
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX10 (LX15 in some markets) is a 20MP large-sensor compact with a bright (F1.4-2.8), 24-72mm equivalent zoom lens. Which is to say, it’s a very capable pocket camera. And, being a Panasonic, it has video specs and clever video-based features to back up its stills capabilities.
Is the Panasonic gx9 the right choice for You?
If you want a smaller and more portable camera than Panasonic’s DSLR style models, but you don’t want to compromise on features and technology, the GX9 is the answer! Its slender body features a high-res electronic viewfinder built into the back, rather than having a chunkier DSLR-style design.
Are Lumix cameras good for video?
Many of Panasonic’s cameras are designed to be equally good at video as stills photography and some, like the aforementioned Lumix GH5 Mark II, are out and out video specialists. The Micro Four Thirds lenses can also be paired with the best Olympus cameras (and vice versa). Lumix cameras also come in compact form, with fixed lenses.
What is the difference between the Panasonic Lumix G and GX?
Panasonic’s Lumix G cameras come in two broad types. The ‘G’ models, like the Panasonic Lumix G9, have DSLR-style bodies with a viewfinder on the top and the ‘GX’ models have a smaller rectangular shape like old-fashioned ‘rangefinder’ cameras, and come with and without viewfinders, depending on price.