Reviews and Problems with Panasonic LUMIX DMC-ZS15
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Harry Clews, Amazon
23 June 2013
Summary: I bought this camera because I was going to a concert and I needed the 16X zoom. They didn't allow "professional" cameras in the venue but point-and-shoots were OK. We were about 40 to 50 yards from the stage.
Summary: I would choose this camera over the Canon SX230 or the Sony HX9V. I like the color rendition better, it will autofocus in a flash, has all the modes you could ever want, does great video, and has a great zoom range. But for me the best thing about it is the fill flash capability.
Summary: only found 1 problem with this camera, that being, around the edges the picture is distorted. Other than that the camera is great. The screen on the back is large and clear. The operation is easy and instructions are easy to understand.
Read R. Wakeman's review, and BUY THIS !! I fully agree...
Bears Fan Jim "qm2-703", Amazon
14 December 2012
Summary: With manual controls that work well, a really nice interface, nice feel, and fast shot procesing, this is a REAL BARGAIN !! Feels great, like the quality it is: Panasonics have relatively very, very few of the lens errors and flash pop-up jams that seem to plague Canon, Nikon, and Fuji.
Summary: I purchased both the ZS20 and ZS15 to compare the two cameras and decide which one I like better. Since the ZS15 was significantly less expensive than the ZS20, I decided it was worth trying both.
Summary: Received my DMC ZS15 a few days ago. I carry a compact camera with me at all times and want lots of lens quality and setting choices in a small package for a reasonable price. I don't need or want GPS or touch screen so I chose the ZS15 over the ZS20. Panasonic hit the target with this compact.
Summary: My intention of this review is to help previous Canon users looking to branch out: While I come from a family of photographers and camera lovers, I am in every way an amateur. I typically have a camera in my hand (especially with an almost 2 year old daughter), but I always stick with the point and...
A fabulous automatic point & shoot that rivals more expensive "bridge" cameras.
25 September 2012
Summary: After years of being a Canon guy, Panasonic won me over last year with their Lumix FZ35 "bridge" camera, a top of the line, compact zoom that looks like a DSLR but has no interchangeable lenses and lets you shoot totally automatic or go manual.