Panasonic digital cameras

Discussion in 'Panasonic Lumix' started by aniramca, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. I've been fairly happy with my TZ1 though seeing the features in the
    TZ2 and TZ3 it makes me wonder if I should have waited. Still - having
    toasted my old Minolta in a sudden rainstorm and being without a
    camera at all for more than a month it seemed like a good idea at the
    time.
     
    The Horny Goat, Aug 2, 2007
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  2. aniramca

    Zimmy Guest

    Maybe the Panasonics just have better LCD screens on the back. You can't
    judge image quality from this! its just a low res viewfinder. You need to
    download the full resolution images and view them on a decent monitor
    (preferably colour balanced). Most review sites show sample photos for
    comparison.

    Z
     
    Zimmy, Aug 2, 2007
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  3. I also thought that the
    It's different, the GR has a fixed 28mm lens with only digital zoom, making
    it rather poor value I think even though it's said to be a very good
    camera. The idea of only being able to get to 105mm by using 4x digital
    zoom is really a non-starter IMHO.

    The GX100 is a much better idea with its 24-72mm lens. When you consider
    that DSLR kit lenses usually only go down to 28mm, and that the cost of
    buying a super-wide zoom for them may double the price of the outfit, the
    GX100 begins to look pretty attractive for anyone doing wideangle work, the
    only drawbacks being the sensor size and the rather modest telephoto end.
     
    Gordon Freeman, Aug 2, 2007
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  4. aniramca

    ASAAR Guest

    Thanks for the followup. I guess it would be a poor value even if
    it wasn't, IIRC, so expensive.
     
    ASAAR, Aug 2, 2007
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