Panasonic Lumix Series (FZ3, FZ10, FZ20)

Discussion in 'Panasonic Lumix' started by Jessie Miletop, Oct 30, 2004.

  1. Greetings. I've been using film SLR's for over 20 year, and the time is
    right for me to take the digital jump. I have decided to NOT go in the DSLR
    direction for a few years. I's like to buy an SLR type digital camera as my
    first digital capture source. I'm particularly interested in the Panasonic
    Lumix ZLR series, largely because of the convenient all in one lens, IS,
    and image quality that I've seen in sample photos.

    I can't make up my mind. The FZ3, FZ10, and FZ20 have all gotten amazing
    reviews compared to other models in their classes. I know the FZ3 has the
    least MegaPixels of the three, and some of the features on the FZ10 and
    FZ20 are more advanced. I like the small size of the FZ3, but I've only
    seen it in silver. Does this model also come in black like the others?

    Sorry for all the questions. This will be my first digital camera and I
    don't want to make a rushed purchase.

    Thanks in advance for any advice that comes my way.
     
    Jessie Miletop, Oct 30, 2004
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  2. Jessie Miletop

    Vic Dura Guest

    On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 15:02:04 +0000 (UTC), RE: Panasonic Lumix Series
    The specs on the FZ20 are very impressive indeed. That a lot of camera
    for the money.

    BTW I made the switch from 35mm Pentax SLRs to a Olympus 2100Uz about
    two years ago. I'll never go back to film, and the 2100Uz is not
    nearly as nice as the FZ20.
     
    Vic Dura, Oct 30, 2004
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  3. I moved from the Uzi to an FZ10 about a year ago. Loved the Uzi but wanted to be able to go
    to bigger print sizes.

    I find the IS on the Uzi to be much better, (but then I have fairly shaky hands !) and it
    took me a while to come to terms with the FlooZi.

    Bottom line is, its capable of some very good results.

    I still have the Uzi though, probably never use it again but just can't bring myself to part
    with it..

    T.
     
    Tony Gartshore, Oct 30, 2004
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  4. Jessie Miletop

    Mark M Guest

     
    Mark M, Oct 31, 2004
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