Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ25
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Ron_43, DP Review
5 June 2012
Excerpt: I have the ZS3, ZS6 and ZS15 and the ZS15 is the best of the three. It takes excellent photos and the color is terrific. My FZ47 and FZ150 now stay at home and I will probably sell them shortly. You can't go wrong with the Panasonic ZS15 for a great little pocket point and shoot.
Summary: I bought this for my wife to replace an old and failing previous model of the same camera. The interface is simple and clean and the quality of the photos is pretty good. The main reason for choosing this particular camera model was the extremely low focus time. It is quite capable of getting some nice pictures of a rapidly moving child and even gets the moment you actually wanted to capture. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a good point and click.
Summary: This is by far the best compact travellers cam I ever had, the 12,1MP ain't too much for the rather small sensor and the 16X zoom objective comes without considerable distortions within it's limits. Would love a successor with comparable specs because this one is already hard to get, the current successors are suffering from the higher MP count. Would love a µFT sensor with a nonswitchable objective and comparable range (24-384).
Summary: This camera is absoulutley great, I have taken it everywhere with me. It takes very clear photos, it is very good. I am amazed at the quality of photos. I have been used to a rubbish one for ages, but this has beaten all cameras by far.
Summary: Bought this as an upgrade for my old Digital Camera. Great image quality with lost of manual settings of that's what you prefer. A bonus is the video - HD video quality is excellent for such a small device.
Summary: This is my 3rd Lumix and I am just as happy with it as I was with the others. It's easy to use, can be a 'point and shoot' if that is all you want (just set it to "intelligent auto") or you can use the more complex settings, as you get to know the camera. The picture quality is really great. My last two Lumix died due to operator error (one I dropped in the ocean, and the other I dropped in volcanic dust, but even then it continued to work for another year!