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    Default LX3 Users Discussion Part II

    Continued from http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=413696

    As the previous thread has reached it's 1000 posts mark!

    Do post all LX3 user related questions here!

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    This thread should be a sticky.
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    Hi, can someone advise if i am able to use a 120 holga fisheye lens on the LX3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candle View Post
    Hi, can someone advise if i am able to use a 120 holga fisheye lens on the LX3?
    Someone posted a photo which shows that it can be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T3rmite View Post
    Someone posted a photo which shows that it can be done.
    Hi, ya i saw it at the fish eye thread but not sure if i need any adaptor for it and plus i emailed a website selling the fish eye lens. The person replied saying its not suitable for LX3. Thats why im hesistating on getting it.

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    you need dmw-la4 adaptor to attach holga fisheye lens.

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    Just quick info to house your lx3.





    you can check out my WTS thread if you are interested. =)

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    Is it still worth getting the LX3 now?

    Panasonic Lumix LX3 to get successor latter half of 2010:
    http://asia.cnet.com/crave/2010/01/2...-half-of-2010/


    Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime View Post
    Is it still worth getting the LX3 now?

    Panasonic Lumix LX3 to get successor latter half of 2010:
    http://asia.cnet.com/crave/2010/01/2...-half-of-2010/


    Thank You.
    If u really need it now, get it. Else u might just want to wait until dunno exactly when.
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    Hi all, SLR Revo quoted S$655 with 8GB card and case.

    Is this a good price? I was told the OEM batt selling at S$6

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    Hi Sejeng, I think most local shop selling around this price range. I also just bought one set at MS Colour at 679 with 8 gb card, case and xtra oem batt.

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    yay. Just got mine yesterday : D enjoying it ever since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sejeng View Post
    Hi all, SLR Revo quoted S$655 with 8GB card and case.

    Is this a good price? I was told the OEM batt selling at S$6
    The 8GB card given by SLR Revo is a CLASS 6 card while most retailer only give CLASS 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T3rmite View Post
    The 8GB card given by SLR Revo is a CLASS 6 card while most retailer only give CLASS 4.
    I got a class 6 too but not from SLR Revolution.
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    planning for hong kong trip in Jun...anyone has any recommendation of camera shops where i can get LX3 accessories? or any good camera shops in general?

    thinking of getting macro lens (raynox maybe?), viewfinder, lens hood, some 52mm filters maybe...good enough to go along with my LX3. already got the pandabase extension with wide angle lens thru ebay...loving the wwwwiiiiddddeee angle!

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    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=669314

    oppss...i found some answer above link..hehe.. but in anycase anyone has any recent updates do share!

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    Just to share..
    Bought the LX3 from SLR Revo at S$655 + 8GB card + Case, in addition of S$30 for 2nd original batt.

    My first M mode photo, 2s Shutter.. taken by hand.. so fun to play the manual shoot..


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    Quote Originally Posted by sejeng View Post
    Just to share..
    Bought the LX3 from SLR Revo at S$655 + 8GB card + Case, in addition of S$30 for 2nd original batt.

    My first M mode photo, 2s Shutter.. taken by hand.. so fun to play the manual shoot..
    I tried manual ever since i got my LX3 but the result is forever blur!
    Since then i actually sort of give up manual mode.

    Any tips for manual - apart from i really need a proper tripod?
    settings are based on individual preference/understanding as well right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ireallydontlikepink View Post
    I tried manual ever since i got my LX3 but the result is forever blur!
    Since then i actually sort of give up manual mode.

    Any tips for manual - apart from i really need a proper tripod?
    settings are based on individual preference/understanding as well right?
    For night shot a tripod is a must. For the photo above shown, there is still a slightly blur while zoom in, no matter how stable i hold the camera.

    Below is the very good website to know how to play around the shutter, aperture & ISO in Manual mode..

    http://web.canon.jp/imaging/enjoydslr/part2/2A.html

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    Camera: Panasonic DMC-LX3
    Exposure: 2
    Aperture: f/3.5
    Focal Length: 5.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 320
    Film Mode: Dynamic (B&W)


    Camera: Panasonic DMC-LX3
    Exposure: 2
    Aperture: f/3.5
    Focal Length: 5.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 250
    Film Mode: Standard (color)

    Hi all, please help to provide C&C for above photos.
    Both taken using Multi-exposure mode - attempting to create HDR photos.
    Tripod is being used.

    - My question here -> Is it blur? What do you think of the picture in overall & in quality? Thanks ...
    Last edited by ireallydontlikepink; 11th April 2010 at 07:42 PM.

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