Panasonic’s LX100 camera isn’t quite as lovely as it looks

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Panasonic already owns the Photokina 2014 spotlight with its CM1 camera phone announcement. Nothing else the Japanese manufacturer does at this week’s photo show will come close to rivaling it for attention, though that doesn’t mean the company isn’t trying its best. Introduced alongside the CM1 is today’s new LX100 camera, which takes the familiar Micro Four Thirds (MFT) sensor that Panasonic and Olympus have been pushing for many years now and fits it into an even more compact body.

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