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Panasonic might not automatically ring a bell in the heads of camera enthusiasts, but the name Lumix will. Starting their camera line in 2001, Panasonic has produced pocket point and shoot cameras to digital SLRs under the Lumix brand. Their cameras are often understated but carries a powerful punch, with some carrying Leica lenses and the others mountable with Sigma lenses.

  • Panasonic Lumix S1H
  • Panasonic Lumix GH5 4K
  • Panasonic Lumix DMCG7
  • Panasonic Lumix DC-S5 Mirrorless
  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ110GNK
  • Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100M2GN
  • Panasonic Lumix DC-GX850 Mirrorless

Common Problems and Fixes

Having a faulty screen is one of the common problems that a Lumix owner experiences. Not a problem if you have a dSLR Lumix, but can be a bit of a bother for the point and shoot models. Owners of models that sport digital zoom might find their focus faulty, and despite doing hard restarts, this might require professional work done. At the same time, lens scratches occur on Panasonic cameras when owners try to do camera cleaning and maintenance on their own, which is why it is highly advisable to bring it to CameraFIX for professional cleaning before any permanent damage is done.

Popular Panasonic Cameras

Though known for slim and stylish cameras used for social photography, the Panasonic Lumix cameras have definitely branched out to different offerings. The Lumix LX100 II is Panasonic’s latest from its L series, with a Leica lens and a body that can easily be mistaken for the German brand. The Lumix GX850 is not too far behind, except this model is a mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses. The Lumix S1H is Panasonic’s top-of-the-line camera for professionals, with a full frame sensor and different features like 6K resolution and a dynamic range for video recording.

Why Get A Panasonic?

Most people see Lumix as the estranged brother of Leica, but down the line it now carries its own weight. Even from the beginning, they have always put forward what’s inside, with most models carrying a Four Thirds Sensor and accessibility of functions. With the most current lines sporting a vintage look that goes well with the high-performance features, Lumix is soon going out of its way from a cult favorite to a camera of choice.

Don’t Be Passive With A Panasonic!

The best thing about Panasonic Lumix cameras is its unassuming nature. Most people will dismiss Panasonic Lumix owners, but the captured shots will never cease to wow the crowd. Shot after shot, Panasonic Lumix owners are blessed with a powerful camera, with most units lasting more than its indicated lifespan, which is also the reason why it’s really hard to find a Panasonic camera repair centre. With proper care, maintenance and a little elbow grease, CameraFIX can restore and make your Panasonic Lumix cameras like new again.

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