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Panasonic Lumix FS7

A close relative of the Panasonic FS15, the FS10 eliminates the wide-angle lens, a bit of zoom, and strips off a few megapixels to leave consumers a more affordable point-and-shoot option. The FS7 has a 10.1 megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom, and ...

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Panasonic Lumix FX10

Available in blue, black, or silver, the Panasonic FX10 rounds out the low end of their new 2007 line. With 6-megapixels (as opposed to the companion model FX12's 7), this camera has more than enough resolution for the typical user, but may not be...

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Panasonic Lumix FX100

Old product. Here's what we had to say when it was released in August 2007:Panasonic comes out swinging with the 12-megapixel FX100, a bold ultracompact that also features a useful wide-angle lens. Take advantage of that extra wide-scope by shooti...

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Panasonic Lumix FX37

The Panasonic Lumux FX37 is a remarkably small camera, but it will let you capture more picture than ever before. The 25mm ultra wide-angle lens will provide for greater scope and coverage, allowing you to squeeze in more with every shot. No more ...

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Panasonic Lumix FX500

A 10.1-megapixel compact with an impressive tech package, the Panasonic Lumix FX500 is sure to please gadget enthusiasts in need of a solid snapshooter. The FX500's biggest draws are its 25mm wide angle 5x zoom lens and its hybrid control, which f...

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Panasonic Lumix FZ8

The Panasonic Lumix FZ8 offers a powerful 12x optical zoom lens in a highly portable and comfortable body. The FZ8 allows for a level of photography that approaches professional-level SLRs without requiring users to fuss with extra lenses and enor...

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Panasonic Lumix G1

This fall, Panasonic announced their G1 camera, a stylish and unique gadget that got digital photography enthusiasts buzzing. Olympus also had a number of prototype cameras available that used the same technology as the G1. These new designs repre...

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Panasonic Lumix GH1

IntroIn my review of the Panasonic Lumix G1, the world's first Micro Four Thirds camera, I stated that it was "a bold new step for the company, and for the digital camera market as a whole." While the same can't be said of its successor, the Lumix...

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Panasonic Lumix L1

Panasonic reveals their first ever Digital SLR after years of cameras that straddled that fine line between the mainstream and the professional. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-L1 is the result of a partnership with Olympus, and as such, the L1 has a litt...

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Panasonic Lumix LX3

The LX3 is out of production and has been replaced by the LX5, a very worthy successor. Here's what we had to say about the LX3 before it was discontinued:Meant for users looking for a high-end point-and-shoot or a supplement to their existing pro...

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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'...

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Panasonic Lumix LZ6

The Panasonic LZ6 is an affordable easy-to-use entry-level camera, nearly identical to the Lumix LZ7 aside from a somewhat smaller LCD screen.The 7-megapixel sensor is the new mid-range benchmark, and will provide for high-resolution photos and la...

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Panasonic Lumix LZ7

The LZ7 was released more than three years ago, so any newer, less expensive options are available. Try the Panasonic FH20, for example. Here's what we had to say about the LZ7 when it was released back in January 2007:The Panasonic LZ7 is an affo...

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Panasonic Lumix LZ8

The little brother to the Lumix LZ10, the LZ8 offers much of the same tech package at a significantly lower price. Though its sensor is 8.1-megapixel (two less than the LZ10) and its "wide angle" lens is 32mm to the LZ10's 30mm, it maintains all o...

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Panasonic Lumix TS10

The TS10 is Panasonic's latest rugged shooter -- a cheaper, smaller, and less-tough version of the TS2. The stress ratings are more modest, so let's say that it's for beach bums and clumsy people rather than snorkelers and mountain climbers. Based...

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Panasonic Lumix TZ3

Panasonic's TZ "Travel Zoom" series has made a significant advance with the Lumix TZ3. The camera not only comes with a stunning 10x optical zoom, but also a 28mm wide-angle lens for a greater breadth of coverage. The TZ3 can handle 16:9 widescree...

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Panasonic Lumix TZ4

The Panasonic TZ4 is a small step down from the more advanced TZ5, losing the HD video recording and a single megapixel. Otherwise, it's functionally identical, including the same 10x optical zoom lens and the new Venus IV image processing engine,...

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Panasonic Lumix TZ50

The Panasonic Lumix TZ50 represents another foray into the wireless age for digital cameras, an expedition ongoing since Kodak took the first tentative step with the EasyShare One back in 2005. Allowing for free wireless uploads of full resolution...

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Panasonic Lumix ZR1

The Panasonic ZR1 is a compact point-and-shoot camera with an impressive 8x optical zoom lens and 12.1-megapixel sensor, providing a robust image-taking experience. That lens, while long, is also wide, with 25mm wide-angle capabilities as well. Th...

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Panasonic Lumix ZS7

Update July 27, 2011: The ZS7 is still a fantastic compact zoom camera, but the going rate is far too expensive. The lowest street price we've seen recently is $400 (up from an average of $225 in its heyday), so it's no longer a good value for buy...

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Panasonic Lumix ZS8

The Panasonic ZS8 is a camera worthy of this venerable travel zoom line. It replaces last year's excellent ZS5, complete with a few spec boosts, like a mighty 16x zoom ratio, 14.1 megapixel resolution, 3-inch LCD, and 24mm wide-angle lens. The lon...

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Pentax *ist DS

The Pentax *ist DS offers a remarkable combination of portability and power. With a 6-megapixel image sensor and a body that is noticeably smaller than the competition, the *ist DS offers all the capability of an SLR without usual size and weight...

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Pentax K100D (With Lens)

Simplified operation and a user-friendly interface make the Pentax K100D a good choice for consumers new to the digital SLR market. The K100D makes no bones about it. This camera wants to be your first digital SLR. It boasts a lightweight, relativ...

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Pentax K10D (Body Only)

A good camera, but an old one. Take a look at the newer K-7 instead. Here's what we had to say about the K10 when it was released back in September 2006:The Pentax K10D Digital SLR takes extra steps to ensure that you get clean, blur-free photos. ...

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Pentax K20D

Once an industry titan with its legendary Spotmatic, K1000, and LX models, Pentax stands in the 21st Century as a bit player in the dSLR field. With Canon and Nikon each controlling roughly 40% of the market, Pentax is a distant fifth in the sales...

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Pentax Optio 60

Specifically designed for the first-time buyer. The Pentax Optio 60 answers the frustrated cries of all novice photographers with the borderline sarcastic "Simple" mode. In this mode, the camera selects the appropriate focus and exposure settings ...

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Pentax Optio E30

The Pentax Optio E30 is an all-new entry-level ultracompact that claims to be a snap, but consumers who have been burned by the 'E' series before may feel differently. The E30 is related to the Pentax Optio E10, a camera that was so widely and veh...

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Pentax Optio E90

The E90 holds up the bottom end of Pentax's product line for 2010. It's an ultracompact, so there's not too much to say about the picture quality -- nothing special at all, and no features to speak of. But like the rest of this year's Optio line, ...

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Pentax Optio I-10

The Pentax Optio I-10 has the guts of an average point-and-shoot in the body of a classy old SLR. If this alone doesn't get your attention then not much else will. The I-10 has a good zoom range of 28-105 and 720p HD video is a welcome addition; i...

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Pentax Optio M30

The super small Pentax Optio M30 is only 18mm thick, with a sleek aluminum body that is a pleasure to handle. The M30 features an 'auto-picture' mode that tries to automatically ascertain the right camera settings for whatever environment you are ...

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