Panasonic’s LF Series has come up with dynamic digital devices that give the competition a run for its money. According to the Panasonic, the Lumix DMC-LF1 has stunned the credit card-carrying lot who want to get one for their inner photography student. With its help they might as well reach the coveted goal of becoming a world-renowned professional photographer and master such as Mario Testino. The best, most intricately detailed pictures are displayed in the results of this camera designed with the slimmest dimensions in mind.
The LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMICROM lenses take snaps that portray crystalline clearness. And the High Sensitivity MOS Sensor has an Electronic View Finder to boot. It is a camera for practical people going on with their daily living who have the sensitivity to catch pictures at a moment’s notice. Besides the Wi-Fi Connectivity and NFC technological support system, there is the “Touch & Share” feature for getting plugged in with a tablet or PC interface. A wide range of modules are present within the detailed circuitry of the camera.
These include the Control Ring and Composition Guide. The two features make the art of photography a sort of child’s play. Anybody can operate the camera with the simplest of maneuvers. It has a video recorder as a side component and Optical Image Stabilizer with Active Mode which enables the erasure of blurring. And last but not least, a logical liquid crystal display unit makes for impeccable visibility the likes of which has never been seen before.