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The Lumix DMC-LC40 is a digital camera from Japanese company Panasonic release in 2002.
It uses a 4 megapixel 1/1.7" CCD imaging sensor. This produces a max resolution of 2240 x 1680. Images can be stored in JPEG in standard or fine modes as well as in a uncompressed TIFF format. It uses a Leica branded DC Vario-Summicron 7-21mm; 35mm equivalent 35-100mm 3x zoom lens with a aperture of f/2 to f/8. There is a traditional optical finder along with a 110,000 pixel 1.8" LCD screen. Removable storage is with SD or MMC cards. 16mb SD card is usually bundled with the camera.