The Pocket Guide to the Panasonic Lumix LX100 from Rocky Nook is a quick-and-easy guide to help you get the most out of this advanced point-and-shoot camera. The basic operation of the LX100 is fairly straightforward, but there are many next-generation features, functions, and customizable setups that even a seasoned photographer might overlook or not take full advantage of, features that, when implemented, could make all the difference in getting the shot.
In this concise guide, Panasonic LUMIX Luminary Rob Knight shares his real-world experience with the LX100. He doesn't spend time rehashing the basics of the camera; instead, he dives into the LX100's advanced settings that he uses regularly. Numerous features are discussed in detail, including back-button focus, the pros and cons of electronic vs. mechanical shutter, how to customize the camera so it feels like you have multiple prime lenses rather than a continuous zoom, and using external flash. Also included are Rob's favorite camera settings, setups, and suggestions for specific shooting situations, such as street photography, travel photography, macro photography, and time-lapse photography.
- The best focus modes and settings based on the shooting situation
- Customizable function button and control dial options
- In-camera RAW processing
- Shooting in silent mode
- Multiple exposures and panoramas
- Wi-Fi settings and features