Summary: Like the ZS19, the ZS 20 delivers. Great travel camera. Lightweight ( compared to the new Canon XS700 it is like a feather), sleek and quick. Great pix, and lots of great features. Price at 170 is perfect. A better value than its newer sibling ( ZS25) from Panasonic.
Summary: Lens stopped operating within a year and this is the second Lumix camera in my family with the exact same problem. I have read and heard about many others running into the exact same problem, and hence buyer beware. I am spending almost $100 per camera to repair the two that our family owns.
Summary: I am no photographer but I love to take pics on my trips overseas. It requires a good zoom. This camera does a great job with or without zoom. I checked the zoom against my Panasonic SLR 25x camera and it compared (clarity) very well. I only use Panasonic because I don't want to have to learn new icons and configurations. I have really been impressed with their cameras.
Summary: Awesome camera, the zoom is amazing. It takes awesome photos too. I highly recommend this camera. It is slighter larger and heavier than most "pocket" size cameras, but is still very compact and can fit in your pocket.
Summary: This is my second camera from the Panasonic Lumix ZS series and like the earlier model, I love it. Great mega-zoom (20x), with a nice wide angle (24mm equiv) and a very compact profile. Photo quality is very good (but of course never good enough if, like me, you like super-detailed photos yet don't want to sacrifice the convenience of a compact). Easy-to-learn and use controls are an added benefit. Only downside: no WiFi although the newer ZS30 has this covered.
Summary: Not being a photo professional, this camera is easy to use and takes fantastic pictures in low light and at high speed. Just what I was looking for. One of the best spec'd cameras in its price range. I love it.