We were fortunate enough to check out Panasonic's new DMC-L10 DSLR, and we have to say, it's a solid jump ahead of what we saw in their first-gen L1. Besides trimming down the size significantly (it's still a heavy sucker, though), we were into the swiveling LCD, customizable presets, and even interesting takes on old features, like graphical manual settings that help newbs do things like set the aperture, and "film-type" presets (which do everything from the usual sepia to reproducing various saturations of common analog film brands). Check out more on this one in the gallery below.
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-L10 DSLR hands-on