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Panasonic Lumix LZ10
A camera for serious amateurs, the Lumix LZ10 features full manual controls that will let the experimental user get the most out of its 10.1-megapixel sensor and 30mm wide-angle lens. The lens offers 4x optical zoom, and is supported by Panasonic's usual Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilization) system, which can reduce blur caused by camera shake. For the less adventurous, the camera also includes an "Intelligent Automatic" mode, which incorporates Mega O.I.S., Intelligent ISO, Face Detection, and Intelligent Scene Selector to produce well-balanced and exposed photos in all conditions. Finally, its 2.5-inch LCD screen is sensitive to environmental conditions, and will automatically adjust brightness and contrast to improve visibility in all circumstances.
- 10.1 megapixels
- 5x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom, 30mm wide-angle lens
- Optical Image Stabilization
- 30fps movie mode with sound
- Auto and manual exposure
- Auto focus
- 2.5-inch self-adjusting LCD screen
- Secure Digital storage (with 27mb internal memory)
- 2 "AA" batteries
- Part Number: DMC-LZ10K
- UPC: 37988987351
- Release Date: Jan 30, 2008
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Panasonic Lumix LZ10 Reviews
Panasonic Lumix LZ10 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 5.0 out of 5
This camera seems to do it all ( 30mm wide angle, 5X optical zoom, intelligent auto, face detection, P/A/S/M and 10 megapixels). My first impression with this camera is that it's really, really tiny and very shiny - there really isn't much to grip and it felt very insecure at first. It's finally beginnig to feel more comfortable, although a small 'pod helped a lot.
The first set of pix seem to be very sharp with lots of detail in the shade.
This camera has lots of adjustments including white balance, saturation, contrast,and sharpness so the camera can be tuned for almost any shooting situations, or left completely automatic in Intelligent Auto. The pix are really good either way.