Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS10 (Lumix DMC-FT10)

Announced Jan 21, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 35 – 140 mm (4×)

What can I really say? Have this naughty fella for a wacky 5 years and it still works PERFECTLY (despite beeing forgotten for 2 years). It handles 5mts underwater just as fine  though its rated for 3m (10ft). Also despite beeing old its price doubled over time. Low noise at mid ISO but peak at ISO-3200 and 6400, 14MP for a low price and AWESOME optics quality. virtually no chromatic aberration, its lovelly... the only issue is Flare when directly pointing the sun... it appears as a purpleish ...

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Picture quality is great but not an ideal outdoor camera, which defeats the purpose of being called as a waterproof. Sudden change of room temperature creates condensation inside the lens. This condensation, overtime, can mess up the circuits due to rust. If you call the Panasonic support, they will just tell you that it is normal for the condensation to happen. That is a big lie. Return the camera right away and demand a refund since that no waterproof camera should have condensation inside. ...

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14,000 ft Pikes peak to 5 metres underwater.  It's a beauty.  Never missed a beat or a great photo.

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Has been a semi reliable camera. Picture and video colours and quality is great but has a digital touch to it. Positives -Is the good quality of the photos and colours in the video for the price -Is able to take light knocks and and handle 3m or so depth of water etc. -Does the basics well and is easy enough to navigate. Negatives -If you point the camera at the sun or bright light it creates a huge purple ugly line/flare effect and is not the best -When filming or setting up a shot the lens ...

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Picture quality is great but not an ideal outdoor camera, which defeats the purpose of being called as a waterproof. Sudden change of room temperature creates condensation inside the lens. This condensation, overtime, can mess up the circuits due to rust. If you call the Panasonic support, they will just tell you that it is normal for the condensation to happen. That is a big lie. Return the camera right away and demand a refund since that no waterproof camera should have condensation inside. ...

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