Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30
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Fantastic little camera with good zoom. Worth paying slightly more for!
11 August 2014
Summary: Bought for a recent holiday and to replace an ageing compact which had been too cheap to be any good except for outdoors point and shoot. Overall we have found this camera fantastic. Great zoom in a little body- incredibly close up shots possible. Easy to use and work out the different basic modes.
Good pocket-able camera, but the ?sensor failed on day three
Roger Brooks, Amazon
20 April 2014
Summary: This was my third Lumix ... TZ6, TZ18, TZ30, (and my wife has the DMC-LX5 for better low light shots). They are great, if a little fragile (shutter covers/dust penetration). Having a quality wide angle lens was what got me interested (28mm), and this has got wider (24mm)!
nice compact camera which slips neatly into my pocket
KEN HARKNESS, Amazon
4 August 2013
Summary: I like lots of things about this camera -it has many clever ticks ----but viewing the subject on the screen in bright light is a problem for me -- also you can not do much with out a memory card - so why is it not part of the package??
Summary: This is a marvellous little camera for carrying around, and takes great outdoor pictures. The 20 x Optical Zoom really gets you close to the action and the Full high definition movies are unbelievably good.
Summary: Terrific zoom lense. Auto mode easy and great to be able to choose your own settings. Disappointing that there were no quick start/basic instructions in English. 6 other langauges and no English. Looking forward to putting the camera through its many paces.
Summary: Tried the TZ30 after returning a Sony Cybershot DSC-HX20, unfortunately, on arrival it looked like someone had played kick about with the camera's cardboard box! It's a testimony to the strength and quality of the TZ30 that it still worked when taken out of said battered box.
Good compact with lots of features, but no manual focus!
24 January 2013
Summary: I read a lot of reviews before deciding on this camera, and I haven't been disappointed... That is, until I found it had no manual focus, and no option to set the focus to infinity. This is a tad annoying, as I wanted to use it to take some pictures of the night sky.