Panasonic LX7 Test: Even Robots Get the Blues
We think of robots as "modern" and "new" still but some have been around a long time. All that's left of this scarfing robot that wielded a huge steel-slicing torch is the skeleton. The muscles and skin are long gone...
These shots are for an LX7 review which you can see by clicking here.
I got a powerful little "enthusiast" camera called the Panasonic DMC-LX7. Can it do what my micro four thirds cameras and my previous APS-C cameras did? I took it around the steel mill where I work and also shot in an old pumphouse on the property that's been abandoned for 50 years. I shot both straight single-shot and some 3 shot brackets that I turned into HDR. This camera did a GREAT job on this material -- and it fits in my pocket! (Tightly, lol)
Panasonic DMC-LX7 camera with it's fixed Leica designed lens that is 24-90mm equivalent and f/1.4-2.3