Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5
Announced Jan 29, 2008 •
9 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 280 mm (10×)
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I just got a Panasonic LF1; very nice replacement to my ancient TZ5. I have grown away from compact cameras over the years, but with a 3-week trip to Europe coming up I wanted to have a smaller camera to use when I wasn't out taking serious pictures. I actually have two TZ5s (and a TZ4). I converted one of the TZ5s to IR by removing the IR filter. I had attached a "Priscilla" 37mm filter adapter to that camera, so I just put a 37mm IR 720 filter on it and it works great. That adapter won't...
By: ben55 (4 months ago)
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I would like to know why my battery camera don t charge ..they did charge for 5 min ...but not for 50 min ...which normaly is the case it s a small battery Lumix panasonic that goes with a battery charger DE- A45 .... and it s part of my photo camera lumix panasonic DMC- TZ5 is the battery doesn t charge ...because i haven t use it in 3 months ?! what do u think the problem is ?! email@example.com
By: TheDuder (Jun 5, 2014)
Hi All, I have a Panasonic Lumix TZ5 with its underwater housing, which I have been using for a while now. It provides good shots but I am getting really frustrated in low lights shots, when the flash is needed, as using the flash seems to produce much darker pictures than without it. It seems like the shutter and flash are not synchronized properly when underwater. I tried two different cameras, both TZ5, and the problem is reproducible. The funny thing is that my gf's camera, a TZ3,...
Hi This is my first post, but in all honesty I'm always lurking around here ;-) I currently own a Canon 550D with a lens range from 18mm - 300mm. Alongside this I have my trusty Panasonic Lumix TZ5. I am no photographer but it's something I enjoy doing and intend learning more when time allows. We are off to Disneyworld soon and I would like to take just one camera. Neither of these are suitable :-( The Canon is cumbersome and the thought process of using manually plus the changing of the...
I bought my TZ5 as a backup compact camera for when I did not want to carry my FZ35 and I really enjoyed it and found that I used it more than my FZ35 since I always had it in my purse. Well sadly it has died and now I need a replacement. I still need something that has good performance on "ia" mode for when my young kids and older mother use it. Any recommendations? Thanks! --'No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.' -- Abraham Lincoln
I have a panasonic lumix DMC-TZ5 which I love. Great color and clarity of pictures. I just upgraded to the TZ25, also known as the DMC-ZS15 and it seems to me the color and/or clarity isn't quite as good. Anybody else have that experience? I generally shoot using the IA feature. I will try using the P mode in the ZS15 and see if I can get a better color/clarity. Any similar experiences? aunt pam
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