Front cover of Panasonic Lumix LX100 II book

Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II


Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II is a complete guide to the operation, features, and controls of Panasonic’s advanced compact camera.



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The paperback version of this book is 203 pages long, and includes more than 300 color images that illustrate the menus, controls, and display screens of the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II camera. The book includes examples of images that can be taken with the camera’s shooting modes and creative settings, including Photo Style, HDR, Post Focus, Focus Stacking, Sequence Composition, 4K Photo, and others. The book includes full descriptions of all menu options and other features of the camera, as well as tips for getting excellent results using the camera’s options for still images and video recording. You can click on the links here to view the book’s complete index or table of contents, to see some sample photos taken by the camera, or to read an excerpt from the book.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 203 pages
  • Publisher: White Knight Press February 2019
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937986780 (paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-937986-78-0 (paperback)
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 x 1 inches
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15 thoughts on “Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II

  1. Pingback: New Book for Panasonic LX100 II Camera | White Knight Press

  2. Rik Stavale

    HI Alex,

    I’m glad I’m on your email list as I tend to forget to comment on previous books I’ve purchased from you. I purchased the Lx-100 (1st gen) book and even though I’ve been through it a few times I still use it as an excellent reference on using my camera for things I’m unfamiliar with. Your books are what the user manuals should be.
    With that being said, as an owner of the original LX-100 I’m intrigued with the LX100 II & I’d be interested in your opinion of whether the differences are worth the upgrade.
    Thanks for your work

    1. Alex White Post author

      Hello, Rik — I really like the LX100 II, as I did the original model, but it is not really a major upgrade, unless you want the added functionality provided by the touch screen features and a few other tweaks to the controls. With the touch screen, the camera now can do Post Focus and Focus Stacking, which are quite useful, and it has Bluetooth capability also. If you don’t care that much about the touch screen and the somewhat higher resolution, you might do just about as well with the original model.

  3. Pingback: Panasonic LX100 II Book Now in Paperback | White Knight Press

    1. Alex White Post author

      Yes, the D-Lux 7 is the Leica version of this camera. There are some differences, such as the appearance of the menu screens and some features, but I would say 90% of the book’s information will be useful to users of the LX100 II camera.

    1. Alex White Post author

      I did not do a separate book for the Leica D-Lux 7 camera. The book for the Panasonic Lumix LX100 II is available, and that model is very similar to the D-Lux 7. There are a few differences in features and the menus and controls look somewhat different between the two models, but I believe about 90% of the book should be applicable for users of the D-Lux 7. Here is a link to information about that book.

  4. Robert Topless

    Thank you Alex.
    I enjoyed your Dlux6 book so much just hoped I would see another for my 7.

  5. Bo Nilsson

    Hallo there I do think that I have paid with my VISAcard 9,95 for download dc lumix 100m2. But I could not find what I want. I hope you can help me.
    Best regards
    Bo Nilsson

  6. Bo Nilsson

    I have been succesful in opening in my cellphone your version of dc lx100m2 manual. I do like Scott Kelbys books. He goes strait to the point without takeing the whole bible at the same time. Like Panasonics erverything in the same basket. Now I will try to open in my computer. I think you do in the same direction. And it suits me.

    1. Alex White Post author

      Hello, Mr. Nilsson — I’m sorry to hear there is a problem with using the files. I have sent you a detailed reply by email.

      Alex White
      White Knight Press


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