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Panasonic TZ30 Reviews | Panasonic Lumix TZ30 Reviews

Posted on July 9, 2012 by taff There have been 0 comments

Since launching back in 2006, the Panasonic Lumix TZ series has been one of the best compact digital cameras on the market. The latest ‘travel zoom’ model is the Panasonic DMC-TZ30 and boasts a wide range of new features.

Maintaining the same compact design as previous models you may have seen, looking ‘under the bonnet’ you’ll find plenty of differences.

One of the biggest additions to the Panasonic TZ30 is the 20x zoom lens – a vast improvement on the previous 16x zoom. The greater depth of focus (24-480mm) means that this camera is more versatile, allowing you to focus on close-up objects in detail or wide-angle, broader scenes from further away.

The camera itself has been re-designed so that there is less image noise from the electronics that can interfere with the quality of the picture. And with 14.1 megapixels on this new model, you’re guaranteed excellent results every time!

There’s an easy to use touchscreen as well as the shortcut dial along the top that allows you to switch modes quickly and easily. There’s also a 3D picture mode which allows you to hook it up to your 3D television – this may seem gimmicky right now, but it is certainly the way that home photography is heading.

Another great feature of the Panasonic Lumix TZ30 is the in-built GPS tracker which allows you to instantly tag your photographs while you’re on the move. The camera has an in-built map which means you can label your photos at the exact spot they’re taken, as well as a database of over one million landmarks which make tagging your pictures with one touch much easier.

For seasoned pros there’s plenty of functionality that lets you adjust aperture and shutter speed -great if you want high quality photography without having to take your larger, more expensive SLR around with you. And don’t worry if you’re not a photography buff – there’s an automatic feature that detects flash settings, face recognition and auto focus so you can take great photos with no problems at all.

It’s easy to break, crack or scratch your camera when you’re travelling, but the solid metal body of the TZ30 means it is fairly sturdy, and the rubber hand grip means it won’t be slipping out of your hands any time soon.

The Panasonic DMC TZ-30 builds on the popularity of previous models, with added functionality, better image results and is simply much easier to use than ever before.

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