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Monday, Oct 10, 2005

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 Review - LetsGoDigital

Panasonic is getting more popular among camera enthusiasts and when we look at products like the new Panasonic DMC FZ30 we understand why. It is a mere fact that features like the Image Stabilization and a large optical zoom are features that a potential large group of consumers is looking for. Though the ergonomics and control are not directly similar to others, the Panasonic FZ30 digital camera has enough features that will attract new potential Panasonic users or at least make them curious.

The Panasonic DMC FZ30 is a highly attractive high resolution camera. The combination of the powerful 12x optical zoom, the Optical Image Stabilization (O.I.S) and the bright and high resolution turnable LCD display were a pleasure to experience. Once you have learned the benefits of the O.I.S I am afraid your next digital camera will not be without it. The high resolution is nice for those who are seeking for the highest amount, although more pixels on such a small image sensor has some disadvantages. At this moment almost every high resolution model experiences the same problem, except for the Fujifilm FinePix S9500. The latter one is not completely noise free in the highest ISO values but definitely a lot better compared to its competitors.

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