Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30

Last Updated (30 January’13):

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 is a 16.1MP Digital Camera with 35x Optical Zoom Lens equivalent to 25-875mm Focal Length in 35mm Format. It features 3.0-inch TFT Color LCD Display with resolution up to 460k-dot, 720p HD Video Recording at 30fps, Optical Image Stabilization, DSLR Grip and Manual Exposure Control, Built-in Pop-up Flash, and has High-speed Burst Mode. The camera measures (W x H x D) 4.9 x 3.3 x 3.6″ / 123.8 x 83.7 x 91.4 mm and weight 16.40 oz / 465 g camera only.

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Features

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 Features

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 combines the 16.1MP 1/2.3″ CCD Sensor to shoot high image quality even in low light situations and the Venus Engine Image Processor to deliver fast performance speeds. While the 35x ultra wide-angle optical zoom lens provides the 35mm focal length equivalent of a 25-875mm lens allows you to shoot group images and interiors at the wide-angle end and simply zoom to capture close-ups of subjects at great distance. The lens is designed with 1 aspherical and 3 Extra-low Dispersion lens elements which ensures sharpness and greater color fidelity of your images.

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The camera also able to record 720p HD video at 30fps with a dedicated button that switches you immediately from photo into video mode. Intelligent Auto (iA) that combines Automatic ISO and Exposure, Face Detection, Intelligent Scene Detection and MEGA O.I.S. into one mode, then automatically adjust the best camera setting for the best result. Optical Image Stabilization also available in video recording that enable you to get clearer images in low light and when shooting at telephoto lengths.

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The camera has a 3.0-inch TFT Color LCD Monitor with 460,000 pixel resolution which easy for composing or reviewing your photos and videos. The monitor delivers 100% field of view and features the Intelligent LCD function which automatically adjusts the screen’s brightness according to shooting situations.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 lets you shoot photos and videos easier by using Scene Modes which provides predefined settings according to certain types of shooting scenes. This mode consist of Panorama Shot, Night Portrait, Night Scenery, Food, Baby, Sunset, High Sensitivity, and High Dynamic Range. There are also Creative Control and Retouch Modes which allow you to add expressive effects before or after you shot your images.

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ30 Features:

+ 16.1MP 1/2.3″ CCD Sensor

+ 35x Optical Zoom Lens

+ 25-875mm Focal Length in 35mm Format

+ 3.0″ 460k-dot TFT Color LCD Display

+ 720p HD Video at 30fps

+ Optical Image Stabilization

+ DSLR Grip and Manual Exposure Control

+ Built-in Pop-up Flash

+ High-speed Burst Mode

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1 Comment »

Comment by Phillip Davis
2013-02-16 12:22:17

Wo, no viewfinder?

First I heard of this this model was in Digital Photo mag and my first reaction was WOW! I have been looking to upgrade my ageing FZ38 for a newer model for several months and though this was the answer but without a viewfinder – optical or electronic – it is a model I shall be avoiding.

Whilst I have found Panasonic cameras to be some of the best on the market and I respect them as a brand but trying to hold a superzoom camera at arms length, unbraced and unsupported in any way is the huge put-off.

So, sorry guys, I shall be looking at another model in the range or (horror of horrors) looking at other brands. If removing viewfinders is to be the trend for Panasonic bridge cameras my future purchases will definitely be going to another maker.

 

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