The centerpiece is the combination of a 20-megapixel, 1-inch sensor with a 16X 25-400mm equivalent f / 2.8-4.0 lens. You should get good low-light performance and overall high quality, even when you've zoomed out all the way out. The Panasonic roots also ensure fast autofocus (as little as 0.1
Like many of Leica's other rebadges, the price gap over the Panasonic equivalent is significant – the V-Lux 5 is available for $ 1,250, or well above the $ 899 for the FZ-1000 II. That's a bargain by Leica's standards, though, and it gives the brand's fans a true multi-purpose camera without forcing them into an interchangeable lens system.