Panasonic has accidentally leaked the details of its upcoming Lumix LX5, which will be available in black or white versions. This updated model offers a more sensitive sensor than the older LX3, as it’s capable of handling ISO up to 12,800 as opposed to the older model’s ISO 3,200. The lens is rated at 24-90mm, while still offering the juicy f2.0 maximum aperture. Other details include support for 720p video recording in AVCHD Lite, and a 10.1-megapixel sensor. While pricing and shipping date for the LX5 haven’t been confirmed yet, it’s expected that Panasonic will be unveiling the Lumix LX5 on July 21st.
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