Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 (Lumix DMC-TZ20 / Lumix DMC-TZ22)
Announced Jan 25, 2011 •
14 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 384 mm (16×)
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Recently purchased the TZ100 to replace my old TZ20 and am a little disappointed. I am a point and shoot user, and tend to keep the settings on Auto. I am finding that many of the shots are blurred or out of focus. I am sure it is me using the camera, outside pictures in good light seem to be fine. But indoors the camera does not not seem to take clear pictures. My old TZ20 was brilliant and all the pictures were crisp and clear. I am thinking of using the Program mode instead of the Auto...
Hello guys, I was about to buy a replacement my old TZ20 and get TZ80, but It's holiday here and I couldn't find TZ80 anywhere to be seen in stock. I'm leaving for a 2 weeks trip in the Slovenian mountains, and I guess I have to either use my old TZ20 camera, or my phone. I'm trying to figure out, if the TZ20 is so old by now, that even smart phone camera is better in term of picture quality (if talking pictures outdoors, day-light, and without zoom that is). I tried to compare the quality of...
I bought an used camera - Lumix DMC-ZS19 and I am not sure how to do this operation. How do I focus the subject (in my case - a bird) during recording? When I start with 1x zoom and start recording the video and then zooming onto the bird - the focus goes out. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
By: TiggerTherese (Jun 4, 2013)
Posted to: Pentax Compact Camera Talk
Hi! My brother has suggested I replace my broken Ricoh Caplio R5 with a Panasonic TZ30 (or TZ20). You can tell the sort of thing I take photos of from my flickr pages: http://www.flickr.com/photos/10343735@N08/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/43354707@N02/ - namely waves, surfers, streetscenes, architecture, architectural details, countryside, weather etc. I take a fair number of photos in overcast/gloomy conditions, indoors or at sunrise/sunset or in other low light levels, so the camera...
I have had bad luck with my Panasonic cameras. First had a zs-7, dropped it overboard while putting out anchor in boat. Now have a zs-10, dropped it last week and so now when it zooms, lens goes out part way, then unit shuts down. As cameras go, some models now days upgrade and downgrade pretty fast. Next years model is not always better than this years and may conform to preconceived marketing needs. So wishing to stay with the Panasonic line, what is next best to move to. ...
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