Summary: Camera works fine with true colors and large zoom (ca. 37-222 mm), lens with good luminous intensity, good for fotos with little light. Also movies with sound recording are possible. You can use multimedia- and sd-cards (up to 1 GB) in this camera.
Summary: I wanted a camera with with more than a 3x optical zoom for my trip to the Great Wall in China. The Panasonic LZ2 fitted the bill. It had a 6x zoom and it was the right size to handle with gloves on. It took excellent mementos of my trip.
Summary: The item had many scratches, but works fine and my son loves it. The camera doesnt have a viewfinder, so the LC is likely to drain the batteries faster. All the features of the camera seem to work just fine.
Summary: I bougth this camera a month ago. I am very satisfied with this buy. It is an used camera, but it's in excellent condition. Looks like new. Like other Lumix Camera it has an awesome picture quality. The 5 megapixels CCD and the aspherics lens took excellent pictures.
Summary: I have owned this model for 2 years and just bought another on ebay. I would agree with all the positive reviews in this forum except that the camera is hard to use in bright sunlight as the screen in not bright enough and there is no viewfinder.
Summary: This is an excellent bang for the buck camera. Of course the LZ3 took its place now, which is also an excellent camera. Unless you need or desire full manual controls and you don't have much to spend, then this camera is the one for you.
Summary: The camera is very easy to use with simple controls for various conditions. The antishake function is great and one can get near perfect pictures always. The photo quality is awsome, even with the zoom at full.
Summary: The only thing I will tell you is for the money,this is a simple camera to operate. The pictures are crisp and the anti-shake mode is excellent.I would have liked to been able to crop pictures in the camera,,but you can't have everything. It really is a great little camera...
Panasonic LZ2: The BEST 5MP Point-and-Shoot Camera for the Money
22 April 2006
Summary: Little over six years ago, I bought my first Panasonic camera, a PV-SD4090, which writes images to a SuperDisk (SuperDisks are a type of floppy that can contain up to 120 megabytes of information).