Panasonic has revealed the latest creative compact in the acclaimed LX Series line – the LUMIX DMC-LX10. This camera is designed for stunning imaging and powerful video, featuring an exceptional F1.4 high-speed lens, large 1-inch MOS sensor and 4K Photo and Video in a sleek, pocket-sized frame. Photo creativity is based on light, and begins with the lens. This crystal-clear fast F1.4-2.8 aperture (24-72mm) LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMILUX lens gives fine details even in low light, and adds a beautiful bokeh effect for more impressive shots. With its pocket-sized body and polished look, the LUMIX LX10 easily captures beauty in everyday life. A 1-inch 20.1-megapixel High Sensitivity MOS sensor records high-quality images with stunning details. The rich amount of light also helps to produce an impressive bokeh effect. The combination of the High Sensitivity MOS sensor and the Venus Engine achieves maximum ISO12800 / Extended ISO25600 high-sensitivity recording with stunning picture quality that goes beyond the limit of ordinary compact cameras. The aperture ring allows direct, intuitive control of the aperture. This lets you control the rich light source of the LUMIX LX10’s F1.4-2.8 fast lens and large 1-inch sensor. Dual control of the control ring and rear dial also responds to your shooting intent. In addition to giving you smooth manual control of the shutter speed, zoom and focus, it can be customised to handle your favourite settings. Thanks to 4K technology inside the LUMIX LX10, 4K PHOTO allows you to capture the perfect moment in 30fps, and select your best photo after shooting. Shoot, select and save. With 4K PHOTO mode on the LUMIX LX10, make your moments truly unmissable. Imagine being able to decide exactly what you want in focus, even after you've taken the photo. The Post Focus function gives you the power to do just that. Simply capture the scene, review the image and touch the part of the photo you'd like to be pin sharp. It's simple, stunning and all inside the camera. The Focus Stacking function enables you to adjust the focus area after shooting by combining multiple images. You can get an image with exactly the kind of defocus you want or pan-focus the image by simply selecting the focus area after shooting. This is beneficial when shooting macro shots of insects, small accessories and so on. Light Composition function synthesises the images by choosing and saving a brighter pixel. This makes it possible to produce more luxurious, dramatic image of situations such as fireworks or night scenery in camera with ease. Focus Bracket and Aperture Bracket are newly added to the conventional Exposure Bracket and WB Bracket. Focus Bracket shoots a maximum of 999 images with different focus points, and Aperture Bracket lets you take multiple shots with different depths of field. Select the mode to match the situation or conditions, then choose the best photo after shooting.