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Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 DSLR North Bend OR

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Goode Electronics
(541) 756-2264
2055 Union Ave Ste B
North Bend, OR
 
Stereo by Design
(541) 756-5209
2220 Newmark St
North Bend, OR
 
Monroe Area Communications
(541) 847-5135
575 Commercial St
North Bend, OR
 
Unicom
(541) 267-8400
101 Central Ave
Coos Bay, OR
 
Teletron Communications Incorporated
(541) 269-2337
1072 S 2nd St
Coos Bay, OR
 
Radio Shack
(541) 756-5178
2231 Newmark St
North Bend, OR
 
Monroe Telephone Company
(541) 847-5135
575 Commercial St
North Bend, OR
 
Bay Appliance & Tv
(541) 269-5158
253 S Broadway
Coos Bay, OR
 
Jump Start Home Computer Service
(541) 267-5113
93748 Bay Park Ln
Coos Bay, OR
 
Sears Repair Service
(541) 267-5350
776 S 2nd St
Coos Bay, OR
 

Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 DSLR Review at Cameratown.com

Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 DSLR Review

Reader Score: 8.20 (out of 10)
Review: "The Lumix DMC-L1 marks Panasonic's entry into the crowded midrange digital SLR market. Co-developed with Olympus (whose E-330 is quite similar), the DMC-L1 packs a 7.5 Megapixel LiveMOS sensor, a FourThirds lens mount, a 2.5" LCD display with live view, full manual controls, dust reduction system, and a Leica-style body that's literally built like a brick.

The Lumix DMC-L1 is an intriguing product, and a good first digital SLR for Panasonic. It offers a lot of features, some of which are quite unique, though some of its frustrations (namely noise at high ISOs, so-so image processing, and poor ergonomics) really stick with you. The biggest problem I have with the L1 is its price: no matter how nice the lens is (and it IS nice), $1700 is a steep price to pay for a 7.5 Megapixel camera that's far from perfect."

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