Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS15 (Lumix DMC-TZ25)
Announced Jan 31, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 384 mm (16×)
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I was wondering if any of you guys could help me with this "query",, I had,, but sold my TZ35 / ZS25 simply because I could not get on with it,, cant really put my finger on it, just never seemed to "gel" with it, but I know some of you guys love it, Erik for sure loves his,,, Instead I bought the TZ25 / ZS15, which, (to me) seems to perform better, and unlike the 35 I feel confident in using. BUT,,, and here's the question,, I loved the finger/hand grip on the TZ35/ZS25 And unfortunately...
Given that the mp & sensor on both cameras is the same,, 12 megapixels 13 megapixels 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) CMOS Can I assume that if I set up both cameras the same, ie iso level, exposure comp, focus etc, etc,,a photo taken with both cameras would could out the same ?? or is my thinking way off on this ?,, Thanks for reading guys, Roland. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolandb52/
Guys,, some of you will remember that I've put a few photos / posts on here asking about the sharpness of my TZ35/ZS25, I'd always considered it not to be as sharp as even my old TZ6/ZS1,, But reading through the DP reviews on the TZ25/ZS15 and others the reviewer says that sharpness can be improved "in camera" by turning on the I resolution setting,, now I've done that this morning and snap a few frames,, some look sharper, others not so sure, but the question is this,, do any of you TZ/ZS...
Guys can I please ask for your help on this,, please simply look at both pairs of photos and tell me,, which in your opinion is the sharpest, no more,, no less, all 4 sooc, same settings, taken mounted on a tripod and 2sec timer used,, nothing else done to them at all. No 1 TZ35 No 1 TZ25 No 2 TZ35 No 2 TZ25 Thanks for looking guys. Roland. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolandb52/
Hi there, Just bought a manufacturer refurbished ZS19 from a seller on Amazon. When I plug it in, the charge light doesn't come on. Anyone experienced similar problems and have a hint? Might try changing out the battery if my local store has the right one tomorrow. Then it'll have to go back to the seller or be repaired.
Just held the LF1 ,and ,well it feels a little "plastic" compared to my TZ10 and TZ25. Is the Leica C version metal bodied ? ,or made of the same material ?. If these both are plastic bodied I may have to re-think my purchase and get the LX7 instead ,was looking forward to the NFC and WiFi connectivity and the slightly larger zoom capabilities ,but I just cant stand plastic feeling or plastic bodied cameras. I know the TZ series has plastic covers ,but to be honest the TZ series feel far more...
My daughter has the F300EXR and my mother has the Panny TZ18 and the Fuji F600EXR - I can get either for much the same price. The problem I have is that I find it difficult to get non-blurry shots from the Fuji and my mother says the same of hers. I do have an old FZ28 but would like a more compact superzoom for an upcoming holiday. I have posted the same in Panasonic compacts, but any advice here would be much appreciated.
My daughter has the F300EXR and my mother has the Panny TZ18 and the Fuji F600EXR - I can get either for much the same price. The problem I have is that I find it difficult to get non-blurry shots from the Fuji and my mother says the same of hers. I do have an old FZ28 but would like a more compact superzoom for an upcoming holiday. I have posted the same in Fuji Finepix, but any advice here would be much appreciated.