Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ25
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jlchen, DP Review
2 October 2013
Excerpt: I have used this small compact camera for 6 months now. My version is the ZS15, and can be purchased very cheaply in HK and the China market. I paid just over $200 with a 8G SD card and a small camera bag with it.
Excerpt: A great small superzoom camera. Very versatile(25-384mm)& sharp lens, good macro mode at wide angle & full telephoto, great image stabilization, full manual control(no raw), excellent movie mode, nice natural(not over saturated)color, & very easy to use.
Excerpt: Great fun owning this camera. Consistent quality photos. Nice 10x zoom. Big screen for a little point and shoot. I've out grown this camera but would highly recommend this (or more recent models) for anyone looking for a compact quality P-N-S.
Excerpt: I bought this camera sight unseen; there were no reviews nor photos, but I had a trip to Florida fast approaching, and all I had was my T3i - way too big for a whole day at an amusement park. Pickings were sparse, the Canon SX260 wasn't released, I really disliked the SX230 in my hand.
Excerpt: Panasonic TZ25 gets the balance between menu-based controls and physical buttons and dials just right. The camera is comfortable to hold, despite only having a small grip lined with a shiny inlay and a remarkably ineffective dotted thumb rest. All the controls fall easily to hand, too.
Summary: Megapixels are not everything.For good reason in the market place it seems that compact cameras are fitted with sensors that do not match those of DSLRs. So you have a camera that has a fair lens, 12 MP but image quality that is only average with odd "noise" when cropped or enlarged.I have a 5year...