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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2000 (also known as the Lumix DMC-FZ2500 in some areas) is a video-oriented super-zoom or bridge camera that uses a 1”-type 20-Mpix MOS sensor and a high-end Leica-branded 24-480mm equivalent, F2.8-4.5 stabilized zoom lens. The DSLR-style camera has a large (0.74x) built-in viewfinder and fully-articulating 3” display with 1,040K-dot resolution.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX10 is an enthusiast-oriented pocket-sized compact that uses a 1”-type 20-Mpix MOS sensor behind a Leica-branded 24-72mm equivalent, high-speed f/1.4-2.8 stabilized zoom. The camera has a minimalist metal shell — perhaps too much so, as it lacks a built-in viewfinder — but there’s a wide range of control dials, including an aperture ring and touch screen interface (the latter a pull-out 180-degree tiltable display with a 1,040K-dot resolution).