Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ60
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Tom Freeland, Amazon
22 February 2015
Summary: I was disappointed with the product. I have a Sony HX20 which is similar but has no viewfinder. I thought the viewfinder would come in handy. Unfortunately, the camera picture quality does not compare with the Sony. So it sits.
Check the contents - make sure you get what you paid for
21 February 2015
Summary: The packaging is misleading. Nowhere on it does it say TZ60. We had to closely compare it with what is pictured to be sure what we bought. The carrying case that we got is not the one pictured and it did not come with a strap so now my girlfriend has to walk around with an oversized strap from my...
Excerpt: I didn't want to pack my SLR to Europe so I considered this camera then chose a Canon G16 instead. I love the G16, awesome camera. If I could have only one camera, this would probably be it. However, when my mom's cheap Nikon broke I bought a Panasonic ZS40 for her.
Excerpt: This Panasonic is a lot of features in a really, really little package. All the manual control you could ask for, a superzoom lens (35mm equiv from 24mm to 720mm), an actual viewfinder, saving to RAW - this is the perfect portable everyday tool for me.
Excerpt: Technically, size and function wise, it's fine. I bought one to use as DSLR backup for my lad's wedding in the USA, which it did admirably. But - the front lens cover and mechanism is extremely flimsy, and broke - it was always carried in a soft case.
Summary: Amazing!! Very good manual focus, great zoom and fast zooming, super fast auto-focus, super quick power-on, very good stabilization, high sensitivity sensor, very useful WiFi applications like remote zoom and aperture controls and shutter, etc., in such small pocket-size compact digital camera!!
While the camera is mostly matte black--a beautiful matte black
27 September 2014
Summary: I purchased this camera yesterday in Tokyo where a very helpful clerk at Bic Camera informed me that Panasonic (and Sony, I think?) now makes two separate language-versions of their small digital cameras--unlike Canon, Fuji, and the other brands that continue to provide multilingual navigation in...
Panasonic now produces separate Japanese and Other language models
27 September 2014
Summary: I purchased this camera yesterday in Tokyo where a very helpful clerk at Bic Camera informed me that Panasonic (and Sony, I think?) now makes two SEPARATE-language-versions of their small digital cameras--unlike Canon, Fuji, and the other brands that continue to provide multilingual navigation in...
Excerpt: I purchased this camera and wondered when I was outside with my polarized sunglasses on, why the camera would not seem to turn on when I pressed the power button. It worked inside. The I realized that the polarization of the screen was at 90 degrees to my sunglass lens, rendering it black.