ZS40/TZ60 versatility

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Altruisto
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ZS40/TZ60 versatility
6 months ago

This is why I like This small Panny so much. It can do street photography, sceneries, and available light indoor photos and I barely notice it's there. It's certainly not perfect in any category but it's decent enough to be worth the effort. Be the judge, some photos of today wandering.

Cathedral on top of the hill.

The dynamic range of the camera is quite decent, and RAW helps grab the whole spectrum.

Certainly not the best for low light, but RAWS hold a lot of details and colors remain strong.

Share your ZS40/TZ60 photos with us!

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owning a Nikon D600 with a Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC, and a bunch of Nikon primes, a Nikon J1 but not particularly a Nikon fanboy, since I have an Olympus E-PL5, a Panasonic GX7, a Sony RX10, a Panasonic TZ60 and a Canon S110 too!

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