Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47 / DMC-FZ48
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Value for money 9
Picture quality 9
Panasonic Lumix FZ48 Review
What Digital Camera
3 August 2011
Summary: The first FZ48 shipment is retailing for around £320 in a number of online stores, positioning the model at a similar or more affordable level to much of the competition. The Nikon P500 and Fuji HS20 are both available for a similar sum, while the Canon SX30 IS and Sony HX100V are available...
Pros: Fast autofocus, good quality LCD, decent movie mode
Conclusion: The Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ48 is very hard to beat. It is up against some stiff competition, but the combination of features, image quality and pricing makes it the outstanding model in its category.
Excerpt: and replaces the 14.1 megapixel CCD sensor with a 12 megapixel High Speed CCD sensor for improved ISO performance and low noise. Other improvements include a new nano surface coating on the lens and Full HD video recording.
Pros: Excellent macro performance, Full HD video, stereo sound and optical zoom, 24x optical zoom lens, Manual controls, Good image quality, Good noise performance at low ISO settings
Cons: Lacks built in panoramic stitching, Lens finger print prone
Excerpt: If there's a running theme in our camera reviews, it's our frustration at huge megapixel ratings that push up noise rather than picture detail. With most casual shoppers assuming that more equals better, savvier consumers are left out in the cold.