Summary: I like this device. I have been using it for a couple years now. It is built real well. The optics are great. The features are numerous. I really like the stabilizer feature. If I was to trade mine in I would only look for something with more zoom and something that shoots better in low light...
Summary: I have the Lumix FX 50 a while ago and wanted to have a smaller camera for everyday use. I love my new LX2K - it is small but takes the same great fotos like its big brother does. for everyone who wants more than snapshots - this is the right choice.
Summary: I purchased this camera about a year ago but never took this camera serious until recently. On an overseas trip to S. Korea. I ended up using this camera because I found it impractical to carry around Canon 40 D when you walk or ride subway most of times.
Summary: I will give my individual perspective on this LX2. I ordered mine from JM Group and I am so happy with them, I wish I could order everything from them. They charged a very reasonable price especially for the black (k) model. They packaged it very well and shipped it right away.
Summary: Excellent image quality with full functions at this level. Almost perfect except two things: 1. Noise ... 2. The time lag between raw shootings. however, as long as there's no "perfect" point&shoot camera at this moment, this is 5 star! looking foreard to a aps/apc or 4/3 frame PS camera.
Summary: I happen to love mine. I have had it for a few months now and love the picture quality. I gave up my Canon SD750 for this as my point and shoot (I have a Canon 30D SLR for my trips) and the only thing I miss is being able to slip it into a pocket!
Summary: Summary: An innovative and stunningly capable compact at a reasonable price with control options usually found only in SLRs. Pros: "Wide" implementation in almost every way; flexible use of sensor and aspect ratios to maximize zoom, resolution, and framing options; well-organized UI; classic camera...