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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ60EB-K Compact Digital Camera - Black (18.1MP, 30x Optical Zoom, High Sensitivity MOS Sensor) 3 inch LCD (New for 2014)

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  • 30x Optical Zoom 24mm ultra wide angle Leica DC Lens and 18.1 MP High-sensitivity sensor
  • 0.2 inch 200K-dot equivalent Electronic Viewfinder with 100% field of view
  • Enhanced Optical Image Stabilization with 5-axis correction and Level Shot function
  • More creative control with Control Ring, Raw Shooting, Manual Focus and Focus Peaking
  • Wi-Fi and NFC for on-the-spot sharing, storing and remote shooting using your tablet or smartphone

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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 3.4 x 6.4 cm ; 213 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: DMC-TZ60EB-K
  • ASIN: B00HO37V4O
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Jan. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
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30x Leica Zoom
The Lumix TZ60 Compact Digital Camera – Exceptionally Slim 30x Ultra Zoom Compact with Live View Finder

Seeking the perfect pocket camera for your travels? Look no further. The ideal fit wherever you are on the planet, the Lumix TZ60 is the world’s slimmest premium compact to feature both a 30x optical zoom plus an eye level electronic viewfinder: making it the flagship all-in-one model in Panasonic’s ‘TZ’ travel zoom series.

Fully Manual Operation Plus 30x Leica Zoom

The TZ60 shoehorns a lot of creative flexibility into its small form factor. This includes a 30x optical zoom, electronic viewfinder (EVF) and Wi-Fi with NFC connectivity. Rest assured you’ll be recording your memories of people and places with remarkable quality and fidelity, thanks to a high sensitivity 18.1 megapixel CMOS sensor.

18.1-megapixel High Sensitivity CMOS sensor

The Panasonic TZ60 integrates a powerful, highly sensitive image sensor to provide both high quality image recording and high speed signal processing. The stunning clarity of the images is also due in part to the Noise Reduction system provided by a latest generation Venus Engine image processor. This enables the effects of image noise to be reduced, without missing out on detail in the process. The result is that great results can be achieved even in low light conditions, and when shooting at settings up to ISO6400.


Integral Live View Finder
Integral Live View Finder

Rare for a compact of its size, the TZ60 joins the Panasonic LF1 in offering a built-in eye-level electronic viewfinder. This Live View Finder offers a 200,000-dot resolution and 100% field of view, ensuring that what you shoot matches what you see, and there’s clear visibility even in strong sunlight. A further option comes in setting the Live View Finder to 60fps in order to smoothly display fast moving subjects.

Easy Wi-Fi Connection with NFC / QR code
Easy Wi-Fi Connection with NFC / QR code

As you’d expect from Panasonic, the TZ60 integrates Wi-Fi connectivity plus NFC technology. Share your camera’s images with your smartphone and social media as easily as possible using the free Panasonic Image App. Photographers can connect the camera with their phone or tablet just by touching them together, or placing them near to each other. You can even use your smartphone as a remote control, with set up completed in a few seconds. In the event that your smartphone or tablet is not NFC compatible, instead connect the devices by scanning the QR code displayed on the camera’s screen.

Unique Filter Effects for Photos and Videos
Unique Filter Effects for Photos and Videos

As usual with a Panasonic camera, the TZ60 comes fully loaded with a variety of Creative Control digital filter effects that can be automatically applied to images to add drama and fun. For example Creative Panorama allows uses to create dynamic vertical or horizontal panoramic photos just by panning with the camera. The following options can be applied to both stills and videos: Expressive, Retro, Old Days, High Key, Low Key, Sepia, Dynamic Monochrome, Impressive Art, High Dynamic, Cross Process, and One Point Colour.

Control Ring
Control Ring

For true enthusiasts here is a pocket camera that feels impressively advanced thanks to manual features including the Control Ring encircling the lens. This enables photographers to enjoy intuitive fingertip control over the camera’s most frequently used settings – such as zoom, aperture, shutter speed, Creative Control filters and even manual focusing – simply by turning the TZ60’s Control Ring.

Hybrid OIS+ and Level Shot Function
Hybrid OIS+ and Level Shot Function

To avoid blur resulting from camera shake when shooting handheld, the TZ60’s on board image stabiliser detects and compensates for five types of rotational and directional movement. The Level Shot Function meanwhile ensures horizons remain level even if the camera itself is tilted. This is also handy if shooting video at arm’s length, when you might not be otherwise able to see the camera’s screen to check your image is straight.

Full HD 1920x1080 Pixels Video Recording
Full HD 1920x1080 Pixels Video Recording

The Panasonic TZ60 boasts the further flexibility of offering both AVHCD recording – to allow users the maximum amount of recording time thanks to a higher compression rate – or MP4 video format, which is widely accessible even via older PCs. Thanks to a Full HD picture, subjects with fine detail or faster motion are reproduced with greater clarity. The full 30x optical zoom can be used during video recording, as can the stereo microphone which comes with an Auto Wind Cut function for clearer audio. Furthermore there is the opportunity to shoot high-speed videos at 100fps (in PAL mode, or 120fps in NTSC) and play them back in dramatic slow motion. You can then review detail usually too fast for the human eye to process.

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Customer Reviews

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211 of 216 people found the following review helpful By fordiebobs on 23 May 2014
I'm.just an ordinary lady who wanted a point and shoot camera that has a good zoom facility and one where I can see what I am shooting at even in strong sunlight and for me, this ticks all the boxes. I bought it just before a trip to Majorca, and even though I selected this camera partly because it has a viewfinder, I only used that once as the screen display is visible even in strong sunlight. It is small enough to slip into my handbag and carry all day without feeling the weight, unlike various SLR cameras, and produces very good results.

I particularly like the ability to take video without having to faff about with the settings (it has a dedicated button next to the ordinary shutter release, but not so near that the two can get confused), and the panorama setting is a great feature.

The zoom is excellent, and although it doesn't shout about anti shake, I was able to walk and talk whilst taking videos without any loss of picture quality even on moderate zoom.

The controls are very iintuitive and I was able to use it very effectively without having to wade through the manual first, a great bonus for impatient or busy people.

All things considered, I find it to be a great little camera and although I thought twice about spending that amount of money on a camera, I am very pleased that I did.
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485 of 498 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on 10 Mar. 2014
I've used quite a few of the TZ models and other maker's compact zooms over the years. So was quite keen to try this new TZ mostly because it adds something all the others lacked, a viewfinder (electronic)

Now it's here it is welcomed, there were times just using a rear LCD in harsh light wasn't ideal.
My quick fire pros and cons list

Pros:
+ First TZ with a viewfinder built in, it's a 0.20" 200,000 dot EVF. Nothing amazing either size or resolution wise, but useful to have in tricky lighting
+ Decent quality 30x 24-720mm (equivalent 35mm) zoom lens. Lens speed is f3.3- f6.4 which is ok for normal use, take note for low light shooting though
+ Build quality is respectable feels solid enough (though previous TZ's were a bit better here)
+ Good image quality from the camera which uses a 1/2.3 sensor.
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87 of 90 people found the following review helpful By L. R. Findlay on 7 Jun. 2014
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This feels like a solid well made camera. The menus are easy to navigate and largely produce the results you would expect. I have tried shooting in all modes and although I have only checked the results on screen they appear very good and I have no reason to believe that printed pictures would not be up to the standard claimed. I like being able to shoot in RAW format if required although the codec for the Panasonic format seems to be hard to come by as far as the popular image editing tools is concerned. The electronic viewfinder is very useful for framing some shots even at the low resolution available. The wifi set up to link to my phone was easy and works well.

Why not 5 stars then? I don't like having to charge the battery in camera, The location of the flash means that stray fat fingers can sometimes obscure it and the location of the video button beside the on/off switch means that I have recorded a few unintended movie files. These are minor irritations however on what so far looks like a very worthwhile camera.
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160 of 167 people found the following review helpful By Pepper #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Mar. 2014
I have just got my TZ60 having had both a TZ40 and TZ30 before that. These are my first impressions of this new camera and I will add to this review as I get to know it better but for those who might be considering one now here are my early thoughts -

Pros

- Picture quality is good in the context of a pocket travel camera in reasonable light conditions and at lower ISOs (eg. below 800).
- Auto focus seems quick especially in better light and at lower zoom lengths.
- The TZ60 shoots in RAW (the TZ40 didn't) as well as JPEG.
- Video quality is good plus you can zoom during shooting - video can be shot in HD 1080 P or I.
- The TZ60 looks and feels like an enthusiast camera with its lens control ring and an electronic viewfinder featuring dioptre adjustment.
- Effective ergonomics - it's easy to hold, operate and the menu system and controls are well designed.
- Good quality LCD display which is readable even in quite sunny light.
- Lots of manual options as well as an effective auto mode with many pre-programmed scene modes and filters plus HDR etc.
- The 30X zoom brings things closer, although, it doesn't seem 1/3 more powerful than the TZ40, but image stabilisation is good even at 30x zoom and I understand the system has been developed further since the TZ40.
- The GPS seems quicker to find a fix plus WiFi and NFC work well and have been refined a bit since the TZ40.
- Burst mode seems fast.
- Battery life is good at around 250-300 shots. (See the "con" below about charging though).

Cons

- Because of the small sensor, in reduced light and at higher ISO settings pictures can get noisy, but show me a comparable camera where this isn't true. The sensor is, I believe, the same as in the TZ40.
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