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Friday, Oct 14, 2005

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 Review - Megapixel

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 is a large camera, one of a group that have been dubbed “bridge” cameras as their characteristics overlap those of both digital SLR cameras and Compact cameras. With its large 12X stabilized zoom, substantial rubber-coated grip, hefty weight and large hinged 2-inch LCD monitor, the FZ30 body is more SLR than compact camera. But the fact that its lens is not interchangeable, and that it uses an electronic viewfinder (EVF) instead of a TTL finder anchor it with compact cameras.

The Lumix FZ30 is powered by a rechargeable Lithium ion battery (CGR-S006A) housed inside the grip, behind a locking door. A charger (DE-993B), is supplied with the camera, and takes approximately 2 hours to fully recharge the battery.

The FZ30 provides all the shooting modes expected of a camera designed for a serious amateur. All the shooting modes are present, including a fully functional and very flexible Manual mode that is capable of a 6-second long exposure.

The FZ30 provides all the shooting modes expected of a camera designed for a serious amateur. All the shooting modes are present, including a fully functional and very flexible Manual mode that is capable of a 6-second long exposure.

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