Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 reviewed

Lumix Dmc-L1

Until recently, Panasonic compact cameras have been notoriously noisy. While the company has done better with recent compacts, the Lumix DMC-L1 leaves something to be desired in the noise department. At its lowest setting of ISO 100, images were very clean, with no noticeable noise. At ISO 200, noise is still nearly nonexistent. By ISO 400 noise became noticeable, though it was minimised in printing and finer details were not adversely affected. At ISO 800, noise was much more evident, finer details began to be obscured and detail in darker portions of images became muddy and blocked up.

Via C|Net


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