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121. Panasonic PT-LB10SVU Mobile Projector
$2,899.00 list($5,199.00)
122. 2600 Ansi XGA ULTRA-PORTABLE9.3LBS
$739.00 list($799.99)
123. Panasonic PVDV73 MiniDV Multicam
$3,845.99 $3,682.95 list()
124. Kv-s6050w Simplex 55ppm 600dpi
$5,190.99 $4,899.95 list()
125. Kv-s2065l Dupl 62ppm/116ipm600dpi
$49.95
126. Panasonic CE Digital Cam Battery
$2,022.99 $1,879.00 list()
127. Panasonic PT-LB10NTU PT-LB10NTU
$414.95
128. Panasonic ROLLER EXCHANGE KIT-FOR
$147.29
129. Panasonic BLK REF ROLLER KIT-KV-S2055L
$2,312.31
130. Panasonic DV PROLINE AG-DVC60
list($649.99)
131. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC40S 4MP
$399.99 list($419.99)
132. Panasonic Lumix DMC-F1K 3.2MP
list($599.99)
133. Panasonic PV-L651 VHS-C Camcorder
$4,665.14
134. Kv-s6055w Duplex 55ppm/92ipm.600dpi
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135. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC5S 4MP Digital
$23.99 $21.75 list($31.18)
136. 1-pack Black Ribbon for Kx-p3196
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137. Magnta Toner for KX-CL500/510
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138. Panasonic PV-L650 VHS-C Camcorder
$655.00
139. PANASONIC PV-VM202 MiniDV Digital
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140. Panasonic PT-LB10VU PT-LB10VU

121. Panasonic PT-LB10SVU Mobile Projector SVGA 1600 Lumens
list price: $1,999.00
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B0002H4L0G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PANASONIC
Sales Rank: 27534
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Product Description

Panasonic's vision of the digital future is driven by the needs and aspirations of its business customers and millions of consumers around the world who use its products every day. The company shares their dream to live a fuller life by providing ways of working smarter and enjoying the rewards of technological advances.

  • 1600 ANSI lumens
  • SVGA native, UXGA compatible
  • Up to 400: 1 contrast ratio
  • One-Touch "Auto Everything" Set-Up with Digital Keystone Correction
  • Quick Start
  • Direct Power Off
  • Extra-short throw lens
  • Automatic input signal detector
  • Input Auto Set-Up
  • Anti-theft features: control panel lock, password protection, text superimposing, Kensington lock
  • Quiet operation (30db in low power mode)
  • 4: 3 aspect ratio native, 16: 9 capable
  • SRGB compatible
  • Up to 3000 hour lamp life
  • 1 x RGB input, 1 x RGB output
  • 3X digital zoom and focus
  • Card size remote
  • Built-in 1W speaker
  • Ceiling mountable
  • Color temperature selectable
  • Auto power off
  • HDTV compatible.
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122. 2600 Ansi XGA ULTRA-PORTABLE9.3LBS 300:1 Contrast Ratio
list price: $5,199.00
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Asin: B00011KHMY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PANASONIC
Sales Rank: 137040
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Product Description

In addition to a powerful brightness of 2600 ANSI lumens, you will notice the superior usability the first time you switch on the PT-L735. Operation is superquick and convenient. Direct Power Off lets you turn off and move the projector right away because the cooling fan keeps operating until the lamp is cooled. These features combine with favorites such as one touch auto setup and automatic input signal detector to greatly reduce operating time and trouble before, during, and after a presentation. The PT-L735 also take a big step forward in sound performance. Thanks to a new cooling system, each operates at a whisper-quiet 28 dB in low lamp mode and 30 dB in high lamp mode. Each incorporates a high-quality bass-reflex stereo sound system with two high-power speakers. Select either normal or voice mode for your presentation. An extra-short throw lens lets you project bright, easy-to-see, large-screen images just about anywhere. Vertical and horizontal keystone correction eliminate distortion even when you are projecting at an angle. Other convenient features include a blackboard mode for classroom use, auto power off, RGB2-in/RGB1-out switching for loop-through monitoring, full-wireless remote control with a mouse and laser pointer, momentary switch and RGB input indication. Each model comes supplied with a carrying bag. ... Read more


123. Panasonic PVDV73 MiniDV Multicam Camcorder with 1.33 Megapixel CCD and 3.5" LCD
by Panasonic
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00008RUEN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5205
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Amazon.com Product Description

The compact Panasonic PV-DV73 MiniDV camcorder offers advanced features such as digital still photo capability and the ability to create high-quality MPEG-4 video clips. The PV-DV73 features a 1.3-megapixel CCD, 10x optical zoom, and 3.5-inch color LCD.

Optics
The PV-DV73 offers a 1.3-megapixel CCD providing crisp, sharp pictures. Shooting from far distances is no problem with the PV-DV73's 10x optical zoom and 700x digital zoom. With Panasonic's introduction of Dual D-EIS (digital electronic image stabilization), you can use this same technology in both the record and playback modes to remove additional jitter from previously recorded video.

Digital Stills and MPEG4 Video
The still mode is capable of capturing crystal-clear still images comparable to the best digital still cameras. Image quality ranges from 640 x 480 up to 1600 x 1200 (through pixel interpolation). The images are stored onto the available Secure Digital (SD) memory card in JPEG format. You can also record MPEG4 video, which uses a higher compression setting and is great for posting to a Web site or e-mailing to friends and family.

Still images and MPEG4 video are stored on the included 8 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card, and can be transferred to your PC via USB connectivity (compatible with both USB 1.1 and 2.0).

Web Cam Capability
The PV-DV73 is equipped with a built-in Web Camera that gives you the ability to send live video to family and friends over the Internet. You can even set up the PV-DV73 as a simple home monitoring or a videoconferencing tool. Microsoft Windows Messenger or Windows NetMeeting is required for both sender and receiver. Also requires Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 98SE or Windows 2000 Professional preinstalled PC with USB port. Both computers must be equipped to make a direct dial-up connection. Driver software and USB cable are included.

More Features
The IR Filter lets you record video in near-total darkness with incredible detail. Images can be recorded in black and white, blue, or green. By simply turning on the IR filter, the camcorder uses infrared light to record images in dark settings up to approximately 10 feet away.

The PV-DV73 offers the capability to create high-quality MPEG-4 video clips from recorded video footage. This allows for computer-based editing, e-mailing video clips, or uploading to Web sites. The camcorder will also double as a Webcam when connected via USB to your PC.

The picture-in-picture feature allows you to insert a previously taken digital still image into the video you're recording. The still image is taken using the PhotoShot digital still feature and appears on the right side of the video you're recording. The video and miniaturized still shot then appear together during playback

Other features include:

  • 3.5-inch tiltable LCD screen.
  • Electronic Image Stabilazation to correct camera shaking, giving you smooth and stable pictures.
  • The Power Linked Operation feature prepares the camera to record simply by opening the LCD or pulling out the viewfinder.
  • Audio/Video out and S-Video out utilize playback capability directly to a television screen.
  • Remote control features include playback with special effects, zoom, slow motion, and audio dubbing/insert editing.

Inputs and Outputs
The PVGS50S comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire; Panasonic refers to this connection as iLink) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV is the preferred format for personal and broadcast-quality video, highly regarded for its high audio and image quality. MiniDV delivers a 20 percent clearer picture than analog camcorder formats. This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of 2 full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Size and Contents
The camcorder measures 3.5 x 2.9 x 7.5 inches and weighs 1.3 pounds. This package includes the PV-DV73 camcorder, CARD LINK PhotoVu Link, AC adapter, battery pack, shoulder strap, A/V cable (mini-3 RCA), USB cable, wireless remote control, lens cap, and CD-ROM with digital still and video editing software. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder with 16x optical and 320x digital zoom with electronic image stabilization
  • 1.3-megapixel resolution
  • Large 3.5-inch color, swivel LCD, cinema mode
  • Saves digital stills to SD memory card; 8 MB card included
  • Connects to PCs and Macs via Firewire (IEEE1394); USB transfer for stills

124. Kv-s6050w Simplex 55ppm 600dpi A3 SCSI Hd50 Twain No Returns
by Panasonic

our price: $3,845.99
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Asin: B00006B8YS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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125. Kv-s2065l Dupl 62ppm/116ipm600dpi Legal SCSI 300pg No Returns
by Panasonic

our price: $5,190.99
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Asin: B00006B8YT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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126. Panasonic CE Digital Cam Battery ( CGAS004A1B )

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Asin: B0007LEUKS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 11565
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127. Panasonic PT-LB10NTU PT-LB10NTU Mobile Proj XGA 2000 Lumens 4.9LBS Cross Platform Wrls
by PANASONIC

our price: $2,022.99
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Asin: B0002E47OY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PANASONIC
Sales Rank: 54000
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128. Panasonic ROLLER EXCHANGE KIT-FOR KV-SS855 ( KV-SS041 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B00006HZX0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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129. Panasonic BLK REF ROLLER KIT-KV-S2055L ( KV-SS072 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B00006HZX1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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130. Panasonic DV PROLINE AG-DVC60 - camcorder - Mini DV ( AG-DVC60 )
by Panasonic Office Automation

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Asin: B0006HEXL4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic Office Automation
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131. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC40S 4MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Silver
by Panasonic
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B000069V27
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 4359
Average Customer Review: 4.27 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4 megapixel sensor creates 2240 x 1680 images for prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom with Leica DC Vario-Elmarit autofocus lens
  • Included 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) card holds approximately 8 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT POINT AND SHOOT DIGITAL
I purchased this camera on E-bay and i have been very happy with it. I have a newborn daughter and the pictures i have taken are breathtaking. My father has a leica camera and the quality of images from this camera are quite similar to my old nikon and his leica. The features available to you are quite extensive on this camera. If you enjoy doing a lot of manual adjustments on your shots, the panasonic will indulge your whim. It has selectable aperture and shutter control, albeit not as much as a SLR.I have found the flash to be particulary useful, in that, I forget to turn it on. I have taken remarkable photo's without the flash, something not possible with my previous nikon. I use this camera like most point and shooters and find that it comes easily to hand with a good grippable surface on the body. It is not so tiny that you fumble with your fingers covering important sensors. I would definately get a bigger memory card (16 mb is a joke) and an additional battery pack. If you don't have photoshop to edit your photo's, the included software will a good source to start with, but get photoshop when able. It easily connects If you have an usb port on your computer or some computers (toshiba)accept the SD card directly (wow no wires). If you are looking for a good 4 MP camera, I think you should take a look at the panasonic.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Digital Camera
As an experienced 35mm and medium format photographer with 40 years experience, I have, until recently, been suspicious to the point of hostility of digital cameras. However, I have been amazed at the quality of pictures produced by many digital cameras. My Panasonic Lumix LC40 was an impulse buy but I am delighted I took the plunge. The combination of excellent lens and 4 megapixels delivers pictures that capture many subtle shades and colours. This is particularly true when shooting the subdued tones of a British winter.There is also a special magic about taking a batch of photographs, downloading them then wiping the memory card. There are some disadvantages to this camera. The 16mb memory card is rather small enabling you to save only 7 shots at max resolution. When using the LCD screen ( a must when shooting macro shots) the image is difficult to see in bright daylight. The abscence of full manual controls is a limiting factor. But these really are quibbles when set against a camera that has fired up my creative imagination and revived my interest in photography.Whether your interest is capturing creative images or just shots of the family buy an LC40 today. You will not regret it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy Panasonic
Do not buy Panasonic cameras. I bought a DMC-LC20 one year ago, and it died exactly one day after the warranty expired. It began taking pictures with green/pink tones. Support for digital cameras is terrible. They replaced the main board with a second hand one as a "favor" without improvement, now (6 weeks later) they still have the camera and now want to replace the CCD for $129.00 + labor. Panasonic has not returned any emails I've sent about my disappointment with this product. I will throw it away and buy Sony.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
This is my first digital camera and I love it. I am a novice. It does everything I had hoped for and more. Dowloading images to my computer is really easy. The battery life is great and recharging is also easy - just plug it in. I am very happy with this camera and know that if I want additional lenses, they are available.

5-0 out of 5 stars One-week impressions...
My wife and I really liked this camera, but we only owned it for a week. Here are some thoughts from an amateur perspective:
We were impressed with the picture quality and especially surprised by the performance in low-light conditions. I regularly did not have to use the flash indoors, and still got great pics...Outdoor photos were even better, of course, with landscapes that looked like I was peering out a window. I have a picture of my neighbor's cat that I swear looks better than real life. Gorgeous, with spot-on color, from my amateur's perspective.

One thing to remember is that the flash is sort of manual. If you open the flash (requires a flick of the finger, very easy), it becomes fully automatic, but if you keep it closed, the camera will not use the flash, no matter the lighting conditions. This was actually very convenient, and pretty much unique in point-and-shoot cameras.

The battery power was also excellent. We took about 100 photos all told, and still hadn't dented the substantial included lithium battery, which the manual, I think, said was good for 250 or so pics, depending on usage of the LCD, which was suitably bright. One feature missing from the camera is a delete button, which is included on newer models. (Deleting photos requires clicking a few buttons)...

Ultimately, however, we decided to return the camera, mainly because of its size. It's not a huge camera, smaller than most SLR's and quite manageable. But this was a gift for my wife, and this camera is bulky enough that she would probably only take it for major excursions -- not quick snapshots, etc. We decided to try the LC43 instead, which offers similar specs, although perhaps not quite the solid feel of the LC40, in a more compact package. The LC43 also can be a bit cheaper overall because Panasonic has a rebate deal going for a free 128 MB card. The LC43 also includes rechargeable AAs and a charger. That was also a consideration, despite the excellent battery power on the LC40. For starters, will you even be able to find the expensive proprietary lithium batteries five years from now? AAs are everywhere and cheap, rechargeable or not, and therefore are more convenient for the long-term, I think. Of course, perhaps in five years we will all have traded up to dirt-cheap 12 megapixel SLRs and these will all be on the electronic junkpile...

I can update this once we get the LC43 (it's in the mail) for a comparison. One thing I've gleaned from others is that the LC43 flash is a bit on the weak side, relative to the LC40, and has one or two fewer manual controls. But as an amateur looking for a convenient snap-shooter, I'm willing to live with that.

Good luck! ... Read more


132. Panasonic Lumix DMC-F1K 3.2MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
by Panasonic
list price: $419.99
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B000095SG6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5362
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Features

  • 3.2 effective megapixels
  • Leica DC vario-elmarit lens
  • 3x variable digital zoom
  • Motion Image Recording with Audio
  • 1.5" Diagonal Polycrystalline TFT Color LCD

133. Panasonic PV-L651 VHS-C Camcorder
by Panasonic
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00005A3LP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5430
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Amazon.com Review

In the world of home-video making, the format choices are numerous. Sticking with the tried-and-true VHS-C format, used by the Panasonic PV-L651, gives stability and effortless interface with your VCR.

If you are considering the Panasonic PV-L651 as your first camcorder purchase, the standard features, including image stabilization, 20x optical zoom (150x digital), simple VCR playback, convenient editing, and overall ease-of-use, might be enough to tip the scales.

Let's begin with ease-of-use, as we found this to be the most compelling feature of the camcorder. We took the camcorder straight out of the box--without reading the operating instructions--in order to test the usability. While waiting for the battery to charge--this takes approximately seven and a half hours if the battery is completely dead--we immediately plugged the AC adapter into the camcorder.

All powered up and ready to film, we found the eject button and inserted a VHS-C tape (not included). After a quick inspection of the buttons and switches, it appeared easy enough to start taping so we clicked the camera on and pressed the red button. This gave us a good indication that without the frills of editing, anyone can use this camcorder for immediate gratification.

Our experimental recording lasted only about 10 minutes as the AC adapter doesn't allow freedom of movement for interesting shots. A charged battery lasts approximately one and a half hours with continuous use. This provides time to tape a child's music recital, sports event, or family outing without being tethered to an adapter. We tried all three of these and were duly impressed with the stamina of this camcorder. Its medium weight and comfortable hand strap helped during long stretches of camera holding.

For our music recital taping, we put the camcorder on a table (we didn't have a tripod), and adjusted the camera view for a fixed setting. We turned on the backlight compensation to offset the stage lighting, and to help avoid losing details in the shadows. After reviewing the tape, we found this last feature saved our footage from being worthless. Definitely handy for taping stage productions.

During the production, we also used the included remote control to avoid bumping the camera when zooming in or out. A remote is a necessity. Small and delicate, the remote is easy to throw in your pocket, but we also imagine that it might become battered in a short time from overuse. Our one big disappointment during this test was the quality of the sound. The microphone provided distorts the sound of acoustic instruments and there isn't an easy way to improve it.

While taping a live basketball game, digital image stabilization was completely indispensable. The PV-L651 offers digital image stabilization at the touch of a button, and upon reviewing our first live recording, we were glad. It won't solve all extraneous motion problems, though. Filming without a tripod takes practice and slow body movement is required. Another feature that helped here was the 4-inch LCD monitor. At an impressive 114,000 pixels, we were able to do most of our filming using the LCD. This allowed us to watch the game in full view and produce a decent tape.

Feeling more comfortable with filming during our basketball game, we tried a few of the useful editing features. Fade in/out let us create smooth transitions from scene to scene, and the two-second quick zoom caught some of the best player shots.

Panasonic has provided multiple ways to play back your recorded tape. Using the camcorder LCD for playback is straightforward, but we recommend doing this only for quick review. In addition, a VHS PlayPak allows you to insert your VHS-C tape directly into a VCR. If you need to make multiple copies of a tape or want to view the recording on a larger screen, it's simple to hook up the camcorder to your VCR using the provided A/V cable. With a quick review of the operation manual, setting up for dubbing took a mere four minutes.

With all the standard features you'd expect from a camcorder, the Panasonic PV-L651 should please any first-time buyers. --Alexis Odell

Pros:

  • Overall ease-of-use for the first-time user
  • Easy playback setup
  • Large LCD for viewing and filming
  • Convenient editing features
Cons:
  • Remote seems flimsy
  • Poor sound quality for live music
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Features

  • VHS-C recording format
  • 20x optical zoom (150x digital) with digital image stabilization
  • 4 inch LCD moniter with 114,000 pixels
  • Battery pack and charger included
  • Built-in motion sensor and autolight

134. Kv-s6055w Duplex 55ppm/92ipm.600dpi SCSI A3 No Returns
by Panasonic

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Asin: B00006B8YR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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135. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC5S 4MP Digital Camera w/ Leica Lens and 3x Optical Zoom, Silver
by Panasonic
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B000069V2A
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 7630
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4 megapixel sensor creates 2240 x 1680 images for prints at 11 x 14 and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) zoom with Leica DC Vario-Elmarit autofocus lens
  • Included 32 MB Secure Digital (SD) card holds approximately 16 images at default settings
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Many strengths and a couple of weaknesses
I purchased my Lumix LC5 for personal use after using one in my profession for displaying enlargements and for publication. After 1300 exposures and half as many prints at many degrees of enlargement I feel very at home with the LC5.

What caught my attention immediately was its similarities in appearance to the Canon G series, and a couple of major label 35mm German rangefinder cameras of recent years. Picking the camera up and trying it out in the store I was reminded of the size, weight, and controls of quality traditional film cameras.
The Leica name on the lens really sold the camera before I had a chance to see its output. And therein lies the fly in the ointment, albeit a small fly if the user is familiar with post-camera photo editing processes to repair the fault.

Clearly, the optics are outstanding. The menus are well thought-out. One can use vitually all kinds of metering methods and achieve wonderful exposures with the LC5.

The weak point appears to be the processor which often "overprocesses" the 1680 X 2240 images. The result can be posterization effects in neutral areas, and eccessive "noise" appearing as grain on the monitor at high magnifications. This is especially observed at ISO's of more than 100. I have found however, that there is less appearance of these problems in print output than on the monitor.

At times I've had mysteriously underexposed original files that needed post-processing as well. All of this is correctable if one has the time and skill and enjoys doing it.

I found that using the 1600 X 1200 resolution setting seemed to clear up almost all of the problems. Perhaps the CCD and processor are really better designed for the smaller files. The problem is, I have a two megapixel camera for the price of a four, if I stick with the lower resolutions. This isn't a problem until enlarging above 5 X 7. So if you're not planning to enlarge much above that, the 2 megapixel solution works.

But the question is: do you want to pay for a four megapixel camera that doesn't quite measure up to its competition? For the sake of the wonderful speed, build quality, optics, and camera-like handling, I'm still not too sad about the processor downside. But I might be changing up to another camera a year or two down the road for those really perfect enlargements the competition seems capable of producing at four megapixels and above.

If you don't need the "Perfect" camera in this price range, the Lumix LC5 has a lot of things to offer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Holy Pixels Batman
Boy was I worried about buying this camera. I have read ALL the reviews and there was just enough negative pub to give me pause. But I'd seen Steve Lang's sample pics at a Fry's display and was impressed with its potential, even though he is a National Geographic photographer. I was worried about the durability issue, but then I remember even my Minolta Maxxam 5000 went down on me a couple of times. Well, I saved enough on the camera to buy a 5yr service contract, bit the bullet and bought it, got it home, zipped through the booklet and rattled off a few macro pictures of some cosmos growing in my alley. Holy pixels, Batman, the clarity, the color the beauty of that Leica lens just blew me away. Ya gotta READ the booklet to get the MOST out of this camera, but even without it the pics are simply glorious . . . and that's just the screen renderings! Bear in mind this camera is optimized for PRINTS not SCREENS. I can't wait to print some of these beauties. OK so the built in flash is a bit strong inside, but which one isn't? I was excited to learn you can program it to adjust the flash output, the exposure, saturation, quality and other features. The neat thing is I got GREAT pics without the flash inside with just ambient light. It looks, good, feels good, the big screen is GREAT, the pics are stunning and it is EASY to use. I just looked at a self pic I took last night here in my room with a tripod and the 10 sec delay, no flash and just ambient, incandescent light. The flesh tones are so natural and the definition is so frighteningly clean that my ugly mug almost jumps off the screen. Scary! This is one SCARY neat camera too! I understand it has been discontinued. Too bad! If you can find one buy it! It will impress you!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a Leica Digilux1
I don't own this one, but after getting a killer deal on a Panasonic DMC-LC40, I dug around a little. This camera here (LC5) is virtually identical with the Leica Digilux1. The Digilux1 is Leica's top of the line for point and shoot digital cameras. The only step up is a CCD backplane adapter they offer for their SLR line, which will cost you (including the SLR body plus lens) the equivalent of a new car! After playing with my LC40, which seems to have the same lens as this one, I have taken shots that I never had from my 35mm SLR set in almost 25 years in the hobby. I would not hesitate to get an LC5 (if I were not already happy with my LC40), as the Leica optics, coupled with the fast action and high resolution Panasonic electronics have a created a combination that blows everything else out of the water!

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!!
Shopped for a higher megapixel camera for a few weeks - chose the LC5 for the quality optics and ease of use. I am EXTREMELY satisfied!

5-0 out of 5 stars leica?
excelent hide option, no difference with leica digital cam but big saving, compair them, both offer the same things except for the brand. ... Read more


136. 1-pack Black Ribbon for Kx-p3196
by Panasonic
list price: $31.18
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B000067VFK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 22430
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137. Magnta Toner for KX-CL500/510
by Panasonic
list price: $83.18
our price: $63.99
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Asin: B00009XSYX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 8769
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138. Panasonic PV-L650 VHS-C Camcorder
by Panasonic
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004T12L
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5035
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Panasonic PV-L650 camcorder makes it easy to watch your videos; it uses the VHS-C format, which lets you play tapes in your normal VHS VCR with the included tape adapter. It has 18x high-definition zoom and 150x digital zoom for close-up shots. It also has a 2-second quick-zoom feature so you can shift from wide angle to zoom with one touch.

Digital electronic image stabilization helps keep the picture steady even when your hand shakes.This camcorder also includes a color digital fade feature that lets you create smooth transitions from scene to scene. For convenience, this camcorder includes a motion sensor that starts the camcorder recording after perceiving motion. It could even be used as a simple home security device. ... Read more

Features

  • 18x high-definition zoom, 150x digital zoom
  • 2-second quick zoom
  • 4-inch color LCD screen
  • Built-in automatic light
  • Uses VHS-C format tapes

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for beginners AND experts.
A very nice hand-held camcorder, with more 'bells and whistles' than a comventional camcorder. When camcorder is turned off, a lens protective gate closes, minimizing dust and damage. Auto shut-off after 5 minutes if camcorder is not used. The built-in light has three settings: On, Off, and Auto. Motion detector mode can act as a security camera. Flip-out-and over color LCD screen is handy when holding camera above crowds to video tape stage performances, etc. Built-in speaker acts with LCD screen for accurate, immediate checking of taping. Easy to use for all. Only drawbacks: Maximum tape length is 90 minutes in SLP mode, and auto focus has some trouble in certain circumstances (which are few). Manual focus wheel (conveniently mounted below lens)compensates in most circumstances. Using LCD screen or built-in light drains battery quicker. Use the conventional B/W viewfinder.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's Great
It's a Great Camcorder It is Lightweight and has a very vivid LCD Screen. The Instructions are very very simple to understand! I take everywhere with me you never know what you can get on video with this little thing! I am giving this 5 stars I would rate it 100 if I could. Buy it! It is worth it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Choice
they good camera, strong, lightweight, not too expensive, worth the money. ENJOY IT! ... Read more


139. PANASONIC PV-VM202 MiniDV Digital Palmcorder
by Panasonic

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Asin: B00006I5LP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
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Features

  • A first quality Leica Dicomar lens transmits light from your subject purely and accurately onto a Megapixel CCD sensor for advanced digital processing
  • Color viewfinder
  • i.LINK ( IEEE-1394 FireWire ) Interface allows rapid transfer of images to your Windows or Macintosh personal computer
  • Also includes alternate USB port and RS-232C Serial port ( PHOTOVU LINK ) with Driver software
  • SD ( Secure Data ) Memory Card slot ? 16MB removeable, rewriteable card included

140. Panasonic PT-LB10VU PT-LB10VU Mobile Projector XGA 1600 Lumens 4.8LBS Cross Platform
by PANASONIC

our price: $1,489.99
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Asin: B0002BO1D4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PANASONIC
Sales Rank: 24712
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