The Panasonic Lumix FX80's very wide angle lens enables you to easily fit expansive scenes into the frame.
The Leica lens doesn't zoom in very far but maintains good sharpness levels at the telephoto end.
Minimum focusing distance is 5cm and the wide aperture lens blurs backgrounds nicely.
Several of the Panasonic Lumix FX80's creative filters provide attractive results, including Miniature Effect.
The Panasonic Lumix FX80's aggressive noise reduction means that even ISO 1600 can be usable, although many fine details are lost so prints are best kept quite small.
The camera's Expressive filter effectively jazzes up otherwise drab images.
Even at ISO 100, fine detail is very smeared, with the grass in this image taking on a watercolour look when images are viewed at 100%.
The Panasonic Lumix FX80's 24mm wide angle is great for taking landscape photos.
The lens only zooms in to 120mm, but images remain impressively sharp at this setting.