Quote:You're thinking of the DMC-LC1, which has manual camera-style controls and an even faster lens (f/2.0-2.4) with a 28-90 zoom. Â That one is really nice but costs as much as an entry-level DSLR with a decent zoom lens, though the Panny is cheaper than the Leica-badged version. Â Personally I'd get a DSLR to use with my legacy lenses, or the Epson R-D1 rangefinder (uses Leica mount lenses), before dropping $1K+ on the DMC-LC1/Digilux.
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11/17/04 at 3:07pm