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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ70EB-K Compact Digital Camera - Black
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- 12 Megapixel and 30x Optical Zoom Leica DC Vario-Elmar 24-720 mm Lens
- 0.2 inch 1.2 MP EVF/Eye sensor
- Creative control with control ring, raw shooting, manual focus and focus peaking
- Enhanced optical image stabilisation with five-axis correction and level shot function
- 50p AVCHD/MP4 Full HD video recording (12 MP, LEICA DC Vario Lens) 3 inch LCD
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|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||12.1||12.1||18.1 megapixels||20.4||18.2 megapixels||20.2 megapixels|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||—||—||Yes||Yes||—|
|Item Dimensions||11.07 x 3.44 x 6.46 cm||11.07 x 3.44 x 6.46 cm||11.2 x 3.8 x 6.4 cm||10.81 x 3.83 x 6.36 cm||2.57 x 9.6 x 5.49 cm||9.7 x 2.8 x 5.5 cm|
|Item Weight||217 grams||243 grams||240 grams||246 grams||137 grams||180 grams|
|Max Focal Length||720 mm||720 mm||720 mm||750 mm||500 mm||625 mm|
|Min Focal Length||24 mm||24 mm||24 mm||25 mm||25 mm||—|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||12.8||12||18 megapixels||20.4||18.2 megapixels||20.2 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||—||Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||—|
|Special Feature||Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||—||Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||NFC||—|
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The enhanced LUMIX TZ70 is the optimum camera for every destination. Every feature is built for the traveller in you. From architectural patterns to subtle colour gradations, the TZ70 lets you photograph with ease, under any light condition. Its compact size also makes it suitable for slipping into a pocket or a bag for easy access.
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Panasonic Lumix TZ70
- Macro shots
- Manual focus peaking
- Time lapse recording
- High speed video
- Hybrid OIS+ ensures your images or videos are captured with little unwanted movement
- Full HD videos
Travel Broadens your Mind Lumix TZ70 Captures the Details
Broaden your horizons as you explore the world with the TZ70. Packed with features, it lets you capture fine details, even in low light, so nothing will go amiss.
Get Closer with the 30x Zoom Leica Lens
The Lumix TZ70 brings you right up against the action. The 24 mm Leica DC Vario-Elmar lens has a 30x optical zoom so you will always have an intimate view, and captured picture, of what piques your interest.
Better in Low Light - High Sensitivity MOS Sensor
Low light conditions can be a challenge but with the Lumix TZ70's new larger pixel-sized high sensitivity MOS sensor and Venus Engine image processor, you can take better pictures even in dimly lit environments. Pictures taken in low light will contain clearer details and less image noise.
See Clearer With Live View Finder
Wherever your travels take you and whatever the light conditions are, the live view finder will assist you. designed for framing the image when light conditions make it difficult to use the LED screen, the eye sensor automatically detects your viewing preference and switches image display to the live view finder. Its high 1.166k-dot resolution with approx. 100 percent colour reproduction provides stable framing and higher visibility, in any light conditions, so you can take better photos with ease.
Be in Control - Control Ring
The Control Ring now provides smoother manual control of the exposure, zoom and focus; leaving you free to concentrate on shutter operation with your other hand. Its design, precise focusing plus smooth and silent operation gives you total control over every picture and video taken.
Raw Format Recording
Capture more details when you shoot in raw format. The image data retains the original colour and light information captured by the sensor, with only minimal processing. Now you can edit these high quality images directly and check the results.
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The 30x zoom is roughly equivalent to an 800 mm telephoto zoom on a full frame SLR camera and the Lumix TZ70 also incorporates continuous tracking of moving objects, although this choice seems to be limited to the Intelligent Auto programme, as far as I have been able to work out. However without any doubt, one of the best strengths is the incorporation of the electronic view finder choice that allows you to see your subject clearly in bright sunny situations. One of the biggest steps backwards in the world of photography with the introduction of the digital compact camera was the elimination of the traditional viewfinder. The large standard screen design is fine on cloudy days but as we have all probably learned, on sunny days it can be difficult sometimes to see what you are actually trying to take a picture of when looking at your subject on the screen! And the screen way of taking photographs is absolutely useless when it comes to taking photographs of fast moving objects such as aircraft, sports activities and wildlife. So the electronic view finder is a much welcome development in the digital compact camera design. Sadly, there are not many models currently around that can give you this much needed choice.
I do have some criticisms with the way camera technology has developed over the past 40 years, particularly with the elaboration and complications of programme choices etc. The first camera I purchased was an Asahi Pentax Spotmatic 1000 in 1976, which came with a modest instruction manual 32 pages in length (very manageable). It was a fine camera in its day and it taught me the basics of photography. However the cost of progress is that the Panasonic Lumix TZ70 has an instruction manual that is 305 pages long that you have to download from a CD or the internet! Yes 305 pages and somewhat unmanageable! We have more choice now but it has come at one hell of a price, and that is our precious time. There are certainly a lot of useful options but at the end of the day I continue to take the vast majority of my photographs in the Aperture Priority Programme and use the Auto Exposure lock (AE) to over-ride auto exposure, gaining some manual control over exposures when desired or by using the exposure compensation dial option. Unless you are a tech wizard with lots of time on your hands and have a photographic memory, it pays to keep your photography simple, which has been my philosophy ever since the Asahi Pentax Spotmatic 1000 taught me the basic skills of photography.
In conclusion, a great compact camera that offers lots of choices but perhaps too many? This view may differ across the generations.
The "Waterproof, anti shock, double protection hard case for Panasonic Lumix....." by BV and Jo, at at a modest £10 or thereabouts, suits it very well. Available though Amazon of course.
What made me buy this particular model was:
1. electronic viewfinder - (good in daylight)
2. no GPS - (battery saver)
3. wifi - (easy to transfer to social media)
4. NFC - (easy to pair if you get the tapping correct)
Decent zoom too.
Nice work Panasonic
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