Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28
19 May 2009
Summary: As a conclusion of this review, the new Fz288 is a good camera who seems to have only several weak points (video out put and software related), but with strong improvements compared its predecessor, the old Fz18.
Conclusion: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 Megazoom camera This could well be the eve of the disappearance of the Megazoom camera. In my opinion, this could apply to the Panasonic assortment. The Megazoom camera is based on a concept that has been around for a while, and with the introduction of the Panasonic LUMIX...
Summary: Panasonic has added yet another powerful Super-zoom to their ranks, with the new Lumix DMC-FZ28, which boasts a 27mm wide-angle LEICA lens with an 18x optical zoom. The 10.1 megapixel digital camera also features an enhanced Intelligent Auto Mode (iA), with the new AF (autofocus) Tracking function,...
Summary: Glance at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 and unless you know what to look for, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was the previous model – the Lumix FZ18. Visually, the differences between Panasonic’s latest camera to bring a stunning 18x zoom lens to the table and its immediate predecessor are...
Pros: Wide range of options offer something for everyone, Sharp, vibrant images, Cleaner high-sensitivity shooting than the FZ18, Excellent in-camera JPEG processing options, Strong battery life numbers, Extremely solid flash unit
Cons: HD video looks better than it sounds, White balance performance always a bit off, ISO 1600 still noisy, Some AF weirdness
Summary: Although it doesn’t boast the finest handling, isn’t the most solidly constructed and is a little expensive, the FZ28 is capable of nice images. Raw capture, fast focusing and an abundance of features make it a good all-round option.
Pros: Raw capture, Continuous AF, Fast focusing
Cons: Poor build quality for price, Noise and noise reduction, Fringing
Excerpt: The last Panasonic camera we had our hands on – the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS42 – left us thoroughly impressed by its image quality and reasonable price. Their new superzoom offering – the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 does the same, here's why… 118 x 75 x 89mm in dimensions and with a weight of 417-grams,...
Excerpt: Ticking boxes seems to be a daily task, whether it be getting the right milk at the supermarket or finding the most fuel-efficient car. Panasonic has ticked off so many features on my list with its latest super-zoom that I may just have to rethink what I really need in a camera.
Pros: Intelligent everything, Sharp lens, Great ISO range with limiter, Brilliant battery life