Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ35
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talldude123, DP Review
2 October 2014
Excerpt: I bought this camera on clearance from a small local camera store in Victoria BC. Open-box. I was looking for the following in a camera: CMOS sensor, At least 15x zoom, 1080i or 1080p video with stereo sound, and at least 12 megapixels. This fit all my needs.
Excerpt: I take photos since 1964, I had lot of different cameras, the last one was a Panasonic Lumix 3/4 first model but too manual for me, I buy this splendid compact camera that have a very intelligent software inside, takes very good photos for the amateur and has one of the best quality optics on actual...
Excerpt: Point, click, that'll do This camera is available in Black and Silver It would appear that of late, I feel like I am becoming a bit of a battery hen at work. It is getting busier and busier and the deadlines are becoming more and more ridiculous.
Pros: Great brand, good quality pictures, easy to operate
Cons: Menus are massively complicated, Digital zoom useless
One of the better compact cameras in its price range.
17 February 2015
Excerpt: Price: £115-£145 I bought this camera to take with me when I was away to mainly video but also capture still images. I was blown away when it arrived. The Box contains The Panasonic DMC-TZ35, The USB cable to connect to a PC or Laptop, The Lithium Ion battery, USB plug Instruction manual, driver...
Summary: The camera is not as small as some of its competitors,that is why it did not get a 5 * rating, however the menu is very quick and easy to use for different types of photos, the zoom is excellent all of which deserve a 5 * rating.
Summary: camera would have been better if like the previous model you could charge the battery away from the camera. Also i did like the border mode on the last model which this one has not got. All in all though i am pleased with it.
Summary: Having successfully used a TZ8 for some 3 - 4 years with a great deal of success, after being weaned off an SLR I decided to treat myself to a TZ35. I had considered newer models from the TZ range but considered the Wi-Fi and picture location facilities to be superfluous to my requirements.