The D-Lux 6 is equipped with a fast 24mm f1.4 that zooms to 90mm with a maximum aperture of f2.3. Unlike the D-Lux 5, the 10.1 MP D-Lux 6 comes with an aperture ring which allows users to adjust aperture values via the lens barrel. There’s also a secondary control lever at the rear which toggles a built-in ND filter. The new camera features an expanded ISO range that reaches a maximum of 12,800. It supports 1080p full-HD video capture and does 11fps in burst mode shooting.
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