Today, Carl Garrad has posted his article/review of the Panasonic LC1 and you can read it here. It is a great read and more than just a review, it's an homage to one of the finest digital cameras ever produced.
I have been a huge fan of the LC1 since I got it last year. Like the GRD I it is a very special camera to me and one that inspires me to go out and take pictures. It is a camera that feels right and one that you want to use, a camera made for photographers.
Carl's article describes it very well so I don't want to repeat things just that the LC1 is probably the best converhence between film and digital cameras which works much better in a digital world than the too analog Leica M8/9 or even the excellent Epson RD1.
It is trully a shame that Panasonic never released a LC2 or a m4/3 camera based on the LC1 design, instead they have tried too much to copy dSLRs and compact point and shoot cameras. I sure hope we might see a LC2 with updated 2/3" sensor, the same amaizing lens and some small changes like an additional ISO and/or EV dial.
You should definitely head over to Alpha Mount World and read Carl's article if you haven't done by now.