Panasonic DMC-L10 Review
Panasonic Lumix DMC-L10 Design
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Front View. The Panasonic Lumix L10 is a more traditional SLR design, with a pentamirror over the imaging chamber. The Panasonic L10 uses SD and SDHC memory cards.
Left View. The left side of the Panasonic L10 has few features, including the Flash Open slider, the lens release button, and the strap lashing point.
Right View. Note the nice divot for the middle finger in the Panasonic L10's grip, and the slanted shutter button. There's also a slight bulge to provide a good thumb grip at the back.
Top View. A very traditional top layout here as well. I appreciate how the Panasonic L10's strap lugs are recessed inside the body, so they don't protrude into your hands.
Back View. Here you see the Panasonic L10's excellent swivel LCD. Since most of the controls are on the right, both your eye and your thumb can find them easier for quick activation.
Bottom View. The Panasonic L10's battery door opens with a swing of a lever. The metal tripod socket is centered on the lens.
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