For a compact camera, the Panasonic Lumix LX15 (also known as the Lumix LX10) is a very good option to go for if you don\u2019t mind its price tag. It\u2019s the successor to the LX7 Mark 2, and comes with a 3X optical zoom lens, a 20.1 Megapixel MOS sensor, and 4K video recording capabilities so that your films appear life-like. The Lumix DMC LX10 camera doesn\u2019t come with a viewfinder, but it does include a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen instead, and comes fitted with a 1-inch sensor. It\u2019s 24-72mm Leica Lens employs powerful optical image stabilization to deliver pictures of superb image quality when zooming in, and its high speed burst shooting mode is capable of up to 10 frames per second. With these kinds of features and a lot more, the Lumix DMC LX10 LX15 could be the best point and shoot camera to go for, but to find out if it's best suited for you, make sure you get to the end of our LX10 LX15 review.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Panasonic Lumix LX15\r\nThe Panasonic Lumix LX15 is a high end compact camera that is fitted with some nice features that photographers of all levels will come to enjoy. It comes with post focus mode where you can set your focus points after the photo has been taken, a 3X zoom wide angle lens, and a 1\u201d type sensor that allows for high quality recording.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Panasonic LX10 LX15 is a premium compact camera that comes with an aperture control ring around its 24-72mm zoom lens, and is fitted with Panasonic\u2019s Post Focus technology which takes short 4K video bursts and combines them so that you can use the camera\u2019s screen to select different points of focus within the frame. Once you power it on and press the set button, you\u2019ll be greeted by a very intuitive menu which doesn\u2019t take a lot of time to get used to. The high end compact camera also features an extended ISO of between 80 & 25,600 meaning it's very capable of great shots even in very low light, and an excellent white balance which is true to the picture. On top of all that, the LX10 LX15 Panasonic camera has a 3x optical zoom lens, and when on video mode, it can be set to capture in 4K UHD, which is four times the resolution of Full HD. If this doesn\u2019t sound interesting, then perhaps you should also read our Nikon Coolpix B500 Review to see what else lies in store.\r\nDesign\r\nLike most compact cameras, the Panasonic Lumix DMC LX10 comes in a nice, small size that\u2019s easy to fit in your pocket. It\u2019s also easy to hold on to, and has an aperture ring that you can use to control the light source for your pictures, as well as a control ring that you can set to do what you want. The Panasonic LX10 camera weighs about 0.68 pounds, which is almost equivalent to the weight of the Canon G7X and slightly less heavier than the G7x ii. On its rear, the camera comes with a bunch of controls that you can use for different settings depending on what you need to do, but there\u2019s no electronic viewfinder. There\u2019s a 4K photo mode button for setting your desired AF points after your photo has been taken, as well as a dedicated WiFi button for when you want to share pictures. Have a look at our Canon Powershot G7 X Mark ii Review if you're looking for a camera that\u2019s got lens based stabilization instead of the LX10\u2019s in-body stabilization.\r\nValue\r\nThe LX15 may not be waterproof like the Olympus Tough TG-6, but it\u2019s 20 Megapixel sensor guarantees sharper images than what you\u2019ll get with the Panasonic LX100 at 12 Megapixels. Also, courtesy of WiFi and micro USB connectivity, moving pictures between the Lumix DMC LX10 and your phone or computer is completely seamless. In terms of video, high speed video recording at 120p is also supported, but with very limited control. Lastly, the Lumix LX10 LX15 camera\u2019s post focus mode is indeed one of its most unique features, and since you won\u2019t get it in the Sony RX100, it remains one of the highlights that you\u2019ll get to enjoy with the LX15.\r\nPanasonic Lumix LX15 Wrap Up\r\nAs you\u2019ve seen in this Panasonic LX10 review, the LX10 is a capable camera that gets the job done, and has some special features that make using it a bit more exciting than others. If however for whatever reason it doesn\u2019t fit in to your needs, you might want to consider checking out the Sony RX100 iv. The two are in the same price range, and have very slight differences between them.