Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ6 / DMC-ZS1
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31 August 2009
Conclusion: I thought at first that the camera was a bit bulky but I’ve changed my mind. It’s a camera with and amazing zoom. If it was a SLR camera the lens would be pretty big so Panasonic have done well to fit it all nicely into the TZ6.
Conclusion: Panasonic is clearly trying to make a name for itself in the digicam market. With the LX3 , GH1 and this new ’09 model, the company is putting itself within shouting distance of Canon, Nikon and Sony, and giving these competitors a nice run for the money.
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix TZ6 is a brilliant Zoom camera. The picture quality is brilliant and it takes pretty good video footage too. Being able to use the zoom when recording video is a definite plus.
Summary: With its largely frill-free feature set – which Panasonic has bizarrely seen fit to overcomplicate (or perhaps more accurately 'pad out') with MyScene modes and Clipboard modes – the Lumix DMC-TZ6 is admittedly more a camera for the happy snapper than the photo enthusiast – and in summary comes...