Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS25 (Lumix DMC-TZ35)
Announced Jan 7, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 480 mm (20×)
Ask a question in forums about the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS25 (Lumix DMC-TZ35).
Ask a new question
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...
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/
Now some of you guys will know that I've not been liking my TZ35 as much as I did my old TZ6, mainly because I felt that sooc the photos were not as sharp as with the old TZ6,, now,,, I've just been reading some reviews on other TZ"s and in a few of them it says that if you turn on, Intelligent Resolution it sharpens the photo up in camera. Any of you guys tried this ?, does it work ?, thoughts on this,,,,,, Roland. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolandb52/
Well as some of you will know from previous posts of mine,, I'm not the most technically minded guy on here so hopefully this question is not a daft one,,, I've never thought that my TZ35 / ZS25 has given me as good a photo as my old TZ6 / ZS1 and although on my recent holiday probs 95% of all snaps were taken with it,, I'm still not as confident using it as my old one, so,,,,,, If I turned the setting down from 16mp to 10mp,, would it give me a better photo as your using/putting less mp on...
I'm going to Barcelona in September for a 4 day break and have been trying to decide which of my camera's to take in light of my keep reading / hearing of the problem regarding pickpockets,, snatch & grab thieves. I normally only use 2 small Panasonic compacts, the TZ35 & LX5 with the 18mm lens adapter fitted. I am considering taking only one so it can be keep in a belt pouch and close to hand. The TZ35 would give me more zoom if needed, but the LX5 would give me the zoom length I use most...
Guys I wonder if I might ask for a few seconds of your time. I was asked by a friend to take some snaps of their garden before they have a major referb on it So armed with the TZ35 (still trying to get to like it) I took loads of shots for them to keep, and while I was there I thought I"d do a quick "test". Now , not a great subject but could you just tell me which you prefer, 1, TZ35 set with -2/3 exposure, 2, TZ35 with Circ Pol filter but NO exposure comp,, 3, TZ35 with Circ Pol filter...
Does anyone know if this camera can shoot multiple images automatically?I know it has a countdown timer that can take a picture after 10 seconds, but I need to keep snapping until I intervene.its being placed on a pole to obtain some aerial shots, I don't have any other fancy equipment to help me get my shot, so I figured if I could get it to shoot a bunch of stills sat varying angles I can pick the best one when I get back down. Crude, but effective.I only just bought this camera on the...
|AT-6 Harvard by jarud|
from Trainer aircraft
|Monarch butterflies winter roost at Pismo Beach by cjf2|
from Safety in Numbers (Nature)
Most popular cameras
Beginner's GuidesGetting StartedPick a winnerCamera Roundups UpdatedIn-depth testingLatest Camera ReviewsBeyond the studio testsFeature Articles and Videosreal world performanceField Test Videossee how we seeSample Galleries97i wanna fly awayBest Camera Drones Under $15001360ultimate om-dOlympus E-M1 Mark II Review273wide-angle wonderSigma 12-24mm F4 Art Lens Review1147action-packedSony a6500 First Impressions2405FeatureWhat is equivalence?711new kid on the blockYI M1 review89instant gratification2016 Instax mini roundupshop aroundHoliday Gifts for Every BudgetWhat's that Noise?Shedding some light on the sources of noise195VideoDog Portraits with the Sony a6300