Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ10
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point and click. BAM you have a piucture.
Johnny B. Alright, Amazon
13 January 2015
Summary: This camera is awesome. If you point this at an object and push the button you get a picture of that object right there on the camera. I tried to understand how this process worked and only found a bunch of scientific mumbo jumbo.
Summary: I had one of these for 2 years and then broke the display - my fault. This reviewed item is a replacement, a used one at 1/3 the price of the new one. Works just like new. This model has many good features but particularly I like the extent of the wide angle shots.
Summary: I had the Lumix DMZ LZ7 for a couple years, and it survived falling 7 feet onto hard linoleum floors twice, and walked with me for 1600 miles of my adventure along the Appalachian Trail where it finally got wet enough to give up.
Summary: I have owned this camera for over 3 years now and havent had any problems with it except one a few days ago which I was able to solve on my own quickly. The issue was with the lense not going back in and the camera saying to turn it off and then on again but the camera did not get fixed that way.
Summary: This is a great camera, the quality of picture is excellent, all the features are amazing... The IA mode is very good, the scenes mode is the best, you can choice from many differents modes according to the picture you want...
Summary: The goal was to get a high-quality, easy to carry, no-hassles, flexible camera capable of capturing images excellently. The Panasonic LZ10K is all those things and then some. DPreview included its 8 Mb sibling in a roundup test of point-and-shoots a year ago, and the LZ8K earned top honors.