Excerpt: Impressive features, around 50% of which I haven't touched yet and many of which I'll never need. My gripes are entirely with the image quality: even at low ISO with "intelligent" resolution the details appear smeared. I bought this as a replacement of my TZ3, but I'm beginning to regret it.
Excerpt: The TZ31(so sold in my area) is Panasonics newest superzoom in 2012. It is an average camera, to be honest I wasn´t impressed with it. Images were ok at ISO100, however already suffered from lack of details due to massive noise reduction. Higher ISO setting weren´t looking that good.
Summary: I loved my old Panasonic, the trouble is that I use it for work, its 7 years old and had taken 100000 photo's and it was battered and falling to pieces. The old camera took great photos - I bought my eldest a newer model a couple of year ago and it was not as good (despite being a higher MP rating).
Summary: I seem to have spent months trying to decide which type of camera to buy. I've got a cupboard full of cameras that never see the light of day, So I was determined that my next camera would be one that I would actually use.
Summary: Having always had a Canon camera I thought I would have a change and try the Panasonic TZ30. Not sure whether I did the right thing. The camera is OK it does the job, and when the right mode is set it does take good pictures.
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30 can take clear photos with good detail, also in low light situations. Photos taken with the built-in flash, however, looked unnatural and were washed out because of too much light.
Summary: HI, I just bought this camera and compared it with few other from Canon and Sony. The price point for this camera makes it a decent buy. The zoom is great, GPS effective, built quality good and a nice design. However the camera suffers at taking photos.