Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX9 - Test Shots – Exposure Evaluation

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The Leica lens is the best part of the camera, producing good edge-to-edge sharpness and minimal barrel distortion, as you can see from the mostly straight horizontal and vertical lines in this shot.

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Under ideal circumstances the FX9 can produce what looks like a very good picture, until you examine it closely and see the JPEG artefacts and image noise.

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The focusing system is quick and generally accurate, with a macro range of 5cm.

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The matrix metering system is easily fooled by very bright highlights, or large dark or light backgrounds, faults more usually associated with CW metering.

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