Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 12th Mar 2007 02:12 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces sent us in a review unit of Panasonic's flagship point-n-shoot camera, the LX2. This camera kept the first place among other similar products in the past year with its two unique features: HD video recording and wide-angle for landscape shooting.
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by soapdog on Mon 12th Mar 2007 16:00 UTC
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Why is this on OSNews? this is good stuff but good for engadget or some other site, OSNews should deal with OS and stuff directly related to OS... now if you reviewed the camera operating system or something like that, then it is ok, but a simple consumer review, why is this here?

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RE: why?
by JrezIN on Mon 12th Mar 2007 16:22 in reply to "why?"
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Why not? It's a digital camera, something so common that almost everyone has or want one... it's something to record your memories... and it's a piece of electronic technology too, that needs support in OSes and will generate pieces of data to programs take care later (images and raw images)...

...Actually, it's a pretty nice review. I just missed something else about compatibility with Linux, windows and mac (not just playing the video files, but actual connectivity to download the data from the camera and about RAW compatibility... DNG would be nice there... =| ). Also, about how much you depends on the supplied software instead of the ones you're used (and trust) to.

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