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About this product
- Product InformationThe Leica Digilux 7.5 MP camera is a flexible portable body only and is designed for producing amazing photos and capturing your memories for you in a variety of conditions. With its black silver body, this Leica Digilux 3 is a classy device for taking pictures. Additional megapixels means enlarging and cropping won't negatively affect picture quality. You will be able to create stunning enlargements up to 8x11 inches as this Leica Digilux digital SLR camera comes with a 7.5 MP image sensor. Choosing storage size is simple with the flash memory slot included with the Leica Digilux 7.5 MP camera. This Leica Digilux 3 is just right for sharing your best pictures, with its 2.5-inch LCD screen, so you can share the best moments of your life and share them with family and friends. Furthermore, this Leica Digilux digital SLR camera is great for snapping photos any time or place, with batteries, so you can be prepared to make photos. Great pictures and superb performance are yours with the Leica Digilux 7.5 MP camera. This Leica Digilux 3 comes with only the body and no lens. An advantage to buying the camera body separately is that you pick and choose the best interchangeable lens or lenses to get based on your changing photography needs.
- ModelDigilux 3
- Camera TypeDigital SLR
- Optical Zoom3.6x
- Digital Zoom4x
- Sensor Resolution7.5MP
- Screen Size2.5"
- Sensor Size13.0 x 17.3mm
- Sensor TypeCCD,Live MOS
- Lens For SDBody Only
- Focus AdjustmentAutomatic,Manual
- Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera28 - 100mm
- Max Shutter Speed1/4000 sec
- Min Shutter Speed60 sec
- Exposure compensation±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps
- Exposure MeteringCenter-Weighted,Multi-Segment,Spot
- Exposure ModesAperture-Priority,Automatic,Bulb,Manual,Shutter-Priority,TTL Program Flash
- Light SensitivityISO 100,ISO 1600,ISO 200,ISO 400,ISO 800,ISO auto
- Light Sensitivity Max1600
- Flash TypePop-up Flash
- Red Eye ReductionYes
- Camera Flash FeaturesAF Illuminator,Auto Flash,Fill-in Flash,Flash +/- Compensation,Red-eye Reduction Flash
- Flash ModesAuto Mode,Fill-in Mode,OFF mode,Rear Curtain Sync,Red-eye Reduction,Slow Synchro
Memory / Storage
- Supported Flash MemoryMultiMediaCard,SD Card,SD Memory Card,SDHC Memory Card
- Viewfinder TypeOptical
- Depth3.15 in.
- Height3.42 in.
- Width5.74 in.
- Weight18.7 Oz.
- Display TypeLCD
- Display RotationBuilt-in
- Screen DetailsLCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.5" - color
- Display Size2.5"
- Connector Types1 x DC power input,1 x USB,1 x composite video output,1 x remote control
- Expansion Slot1 x SD Memory Card
- Battery Form FactorManufacturer specific
- Still Image FormatDPOF,EXIF 2.1,JPEG,RAW,Raw Image
- Min Operating Temperature0 °C
- Max Operating Temperature40 °C
- Additional Features16:9 Widescreen Mode,AE/FE Lock,AF Lock,Auto Power Save,DPOF Support,Digital Image Rotation,Digital Noise Reduction,Direct Print,Histogram Display,Image Stabilization,Interchangeable Lenses,LCD Live View Mode,PictBridge Support,RGB Primary Color Filter,USB 2.0,USB 2.0 Compatibility,With Tripod Mount
- White BalanceAuto,Cloudy (Preset),Colour Temperature Adjust,Daylight / Sunny (Preset),Flash (Preset),Halogen (Preset),Manual,Shade (Preset)
- Continuous Shooting Speed2 frames per second,3 frames per second
- Exterior ColorBlack Silver
Most relevant reviews
- reg_brownFeb 11, 2013by
Good, but outdated, camera. Panasonic L1 is identical for less money
The camera is definitely obsolete by now, but it still takes really good pictures, and is a joy to use. Note, despite what one other reviewer stated, this camera is identical to the Panasonic DMC-L1, with the exception to a SLIGHT variation in firmware. This one, basically, saves RAW files in a different format. The camera is big, bulky, not that comfortable to hold, and not a good value compared to its identical Panasonic cousin. But it still has a little something that makes it so much fun to use. And it looks better than the all black Panny in my opinion!
- escribador29tsMay 02, 2012by
A strong, competent camera.
I've owned one of these for 6 years. In addition to the Elamarit zoom - a lovely lens - I have a Zuiko telephoto zoom and a pancake 25 (50 equivalent). The camera is a joy to handle and use - although large. Controls are intuitive and made for photographers - particularly to those of us who like rangefinders. Modern cameras have better pixel counts and faster frame rates and video. Bt this camera shoots RAW files and its CMOS chip does reasonably well in low light. I love handling it with the pancake 25 and it takes amazing shots. 7.5 MP is plenty for most people except pros. Last thing: it's built like a tank. No problems whatsoever.
- pathnakSep 06, 2010by
Leica, Sometimes more expensive is NOT better.
It is a nice camera, but does not justify the price even for the low price you pay on e-bay, My newer sony which I bought cheaper brand new takes better pictures in the low light. Leica is definitely better in day light use. Also the battery drains out so fast that you need to carry extra 1 or two with you, as without warning the low battery light starts blinking, especially if you are using the flash, even a little bit. You are paying for the name as I did.
- ckcklaMar 12, 2010by
best compact camera ever, A+++++++++++++
Big camera feature and quality in small camera, I had panasonic version but it's different, Leica have far more quality picture ability.. Must buy for early adopters.
- purenine_globalJul 06, 2010by
Leica D-Lux3, as it has the fame
This is the king of toy camera. I bought used one. But it's like new. Many people buy expensive and big DSLRs with rapid decision. But most of them regret buying them because they are not convenient to carry anywhere. I recommend this.