Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ10
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: I got this Panasonic DMC-LZ10 after purchasing another camera that was to be a high end camera. I didnt like it, returned it and found this one. The colors are brilliant, the picturtes are clean and sharp. I love it for taking the pictures of my salt water tank which was th emain purpose for this camera. I am so glad I didn't like the other one and found this one.
Excerpt: This is an terrific compact point and shoot camera. Don't get misleaded by the Canon, Nikon or those other big brand. Panasonic Lumix is definitely of high quality. I got a high end Lumix FZ28 first. I am so happy with the wide angle and great video recording. Then I saw this is on sale. I just bought it as a pocket camera. Again, terrific. 30mm wide angle, great pictures, very cute metal design. Not plastic looking. Shining and easy to hold.
Excerpt: I decided to up grade my camera and looked and looked through the internet for about two months going back and forth between sony,cannon,kodak and panasonic trying to find the most bang for my buck. I came accross this panasonic lz10 on amazon.com it has so many little perks with it that i couldnt pass it by. Right from the get go i was very impressed.
Summary: Nice compact camera, though body feels a bit cheap, being all plastic. Difficult to see the screen on the camera back in bright sunlight, for composing the shot. Otherwise all is well and I'm pleased with the camera and the seller. I'd recommend him for an IR camera and buy from him again.
Summary: Camera works superbly. I also own this camera in the full spectrum setup and have captured some pretty amazing photos. This is a great seller with a high quality product. I will be recommending him to others.
Summary: The LCD is crystal clear: its 230,000 pixels are double the normal pixel count. The camera takes great pictures in automatic mode. Just point & shoot. As is true of most cameras of this type, pictures in low-light conditions are so-so, but not great. The camera has manual modes - aperture priority, shutter speed priority, and full manual - that give it flexibility normally found in much more expensive cameras. The 5x optical zoom is very handy.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Summary: Great little camera for happy snaps. Can easily fit in a pocket, and easy to use at any time. Menu is a bit fiddly, but overall for $100 am extremely happy with it. Picture quality and anti-blur is better than expected for a camera in the price range. Only negative is the low range flash.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Short Lag Time, Small / Compact