Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ2

Announced Jan 31, 2007 •
6 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 28 – 280 mm (10×)
mischac
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I have this camera for a few months now and I must say that I am really pleased with the results. Of course, the low light pictures are not as crispy as they will be from a pricey DSLR, but in most of the conditions the image quality is more than just acceptable. We've taken the camera to Akaslompolo, Finland in March and the battery lasted for almost 5 days (under heavy cold conditions (-15 Centigrade)). The pictures with a lot (and I mean a lot) of snow are not over exposed or anything at ...

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I've owned this camera for over a year now as a point and shoot.It's an excellent camera . I take it with me everywhere I go it's always in my coat pocket.Even taken it kayaking with me several times.

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Had some great shots from the camera in all kinds of lighting conditions. I haven't encountered any real low light issues. One thing some users may have forgotten is the 'safety mechanism' that Panasonic has included that limits the lowest shutter speed to 1/8sec. This is to allow users to hand hold the camera with minimal shake. This LIMIT, can be turned off. Using a combination of higher ISO's its quite capable of decent low light shots. I think some people may have forgotten to read the ...

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NICOg2
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One of the worst cameras I've ever seen.. Almost inusable at normale mode or above 200 iso. cant take picture indoor. the only good thing is the zoom range

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ipsyd
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I bought this as a replacement for a Ricoh Caplio R3, which I found to be a very fragile camera (3! times in the first year the Caplio needed a whole new lens assembly because of shock damage - now, I admit I am tough on my cameras, but really!). The Lumix is great! It feels solid in the hand, yet is still pocketable - and it SURVIVES being carried in the pocket. Dust protection of the lens is also way better than the Caplio. Features are good, picture quality too (note the Leica lens). I am ...

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I have a few digital cameras now, a Fuji S5000, Fuji S5600, Nikon L6 and an old Kodak point and shoot, but this one is the only one that I own which has a true 28mm equiv. wide angle lens and is small enough to travel around without any drama! Good weight and fell as well... A$470.00 at Bing Lee was a great price a month ago... so I jumped in... The ease of use of this camera is very intuitive, so there is very little time spent learning new procedures or settings, it's all menu driven or a ...

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I was looking for a quality, compact zoom camera to augment my 2 Canon digitals. I was not even considering a Panasonic, much less a Lumix TZ2. I liked the lens on the TZ2 but I wasn't sure that Panasonic, with limited years of experience in digital, had the depth to produce a decent camera. The sales person at Henry's was very helpful in advsing me to have a look at this camera. It turns out I was wrong. The camera is solidly built and it feels and handles like a high quality digital should. ...

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Luds
 
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Pros: small dimensions, aluminium body, 10× Zoom, wideangle 28 mm and image stabilization. But quality of pictures is good only when outside enough light. Problems: Cons: very bad pictures quality by few of light owing to SW noise reduction (My old Minolta E323 make better pictures). Too much scene programs and none apreture/time preferences!

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pereg
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Excellent travel camera with flexible wideangle superzoom.

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