Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ35
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Panasonic TZ35 review
11 March 2013
Summary: Budget superzoom put to the test
Pros: Large zoom range, Sleek body, Creative filters, Cramming a 20x optical zoom into a body as slim as the Panasonic TZ35 is no mean feat, and makes this an extremely flexible option for the travelling and everyday photographer.
Cons: Not a touchscreen, Battery life limited, No raw capture, Unfortunately, battery life doesn't seem to have improved too much from its predecessor. We'd also like to be able to change the autofocus point.
Summary: The Lumix DMC-TZ35 / ZS25 is a new travel-zoom camera from Panasonic that offers a slight improvement on on last year's TZ25 / ZS15 model thanks largely to the bigger zoom, higher-resolution 16 megapixel sensor and improved hand-grip.