Summary: Someday, I'll get around to reading the owner's manual on this, but I haven't had to because the controls are so easy and intuitive that I'm taking amazing pictures (low-light, b/w, effects, you name it) with the camera's own settings.
Summary: The Panasonic DMC-LF1 is a unique camera, that technically wildly excels at practically nothing. However, it is an appealing combination in a very small package that competes with the Canon S110 and S120 cameras.
Summary: I use this camera alone when I do not want to carry my Panasonic GH3 DSLR. When I do have the GH3, I keep the LF1 in the camera bag just to sometimes capture a few quick shots that are not accommodated by the lens I have mounted on the GH3.
Summary: Very good camera. I found it easy to use with convenient controls. The only annoyance is the power button location next to the take a picture button led to numerous power offs rather than shots. Great in low light. Like the higher resolution native pixel count (ie.