Summary: I wanted this little point and shoot camera to be amazing. I had SUCH high hopes for it. But it is super slow, you take a picture and then it take almost 45 seconds for the camera to be ready to take another. It also isn't very reliable when it comes to focusing correctly.
Summary: Not as I expected for a name like Leica's. the cam is expensive for nothing important. When you use the video recording, you can not change the zoom at all. The only advantage I noticed in this cam is the ability to take wide pictures. But still, this is not worth 600$. Besides, the cam is big.
Summary: I bought this camera in April and fell in love with it the first time I used it. I am a professional photographer and the image quality blew me away. The color is amazing, and the huge display makes a real difference when viewing images. Upon the third time using this camera it stopped working.
Summary: I've owned a fair number of point and shoot digital cameras varing in price from the inexpensive low megapixel to the latest greatest, the later including the Leica D-Lux3. At a cost of $600 this camera is disappointing.
Summary: I'm a professional photographer used to work with a Canon Mark II and, when using film, a M4P. The D-Lux3 was a complete dissapointment. The noise is just huge in high ISO, the sharpen is too harsh and the camera lacks a normal viewfinder forcing you to look at the image through a screen.
Summary: Me la han regalado, pero es verdad, al verla en el ordenador me sale mucho grano de ese que llamáis ruido. En la pantalla de la máquina no se ve, pero si lo amplias en el ordenador es muy llamativo.
Summary: La cámara es muy bonita y tiene un montón de opciones, pero en las fotos en grupo o cuando no está muy próximo el sujeto, a poco que amplío me sale mucho grano y las líneas en general bastante poco nítidas, pobres de enfoque. Por ejemplo, al fotografíar vallas, cuerdas, etc.