Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ100EBK Compact Digital Camera (25-250 mm, 10x Optical Zoom, F2.8-5.9 Leica Lens) – Black

February 11, 2020 - Comment

Product Features TZ100’s 1 Inch 20.1 MP MOS sensor captures more photographic detail, combined with the image stabiliser to level out handshake, taking photos with delightful colour and clarity into the night No bulky bags or heavy equipment. This super compact and leightweight camera combines both power and portability, weighting just 310 g with both

Product Features

  • TZ100’s 1 Inch 20.1 MP MOS sensor captures more photographic detail, combined with the image stabiliser to level out handshake, taking photos with delightful colour and clarity into the night
  • No bulky bags or heavy equipment. This super compact and leightweight camera combines both power and portability, weighting just 310 g with both battery and memory card.
  • The 10x optical zoom lens allows to capture that close-up photo from a distance. The ultra-bright LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT zoom lens offers incredible flexibility ranging from 25 mm – 250 mm
  • The TZ100 packs 4K functions including 4K Video and 4k Photo. Shoot 4K Video at 25fps to give your adventures even more detail and pop-out clarity
  • Wi-Fi camera. The built-in Wi-Fi enables to connect to smart phone or tablet wirelessly. Select the images and transfer them to device. Once the transfer is complete, the images in device’s camera roll
  • The 4K Photo function gives you 30 fps for you to select the perfect moment after shooting

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not as good as I thought it would be. Not £300 better than the TZ70 anyway! I’m not a professional photographer, but I do enjoy taking photos. I use a Panasonic TZ70, FZ72, GX800 and have tried the FZ1000, FZ2000 and this, the TZ100. I keep buying new cameras in the hope that it will increase the quality of my pictures, but I have come to the conclusion that composition and being in the right place at the right time play far more of an important role than camera or lens. Therefore, I had decided a while ago that having a travel camera on me all the time was likely to…

Anonymous says:

Great camera that requires some time and effort on the user Disclaimer: I’m not a very knowledgeable photographer and I don’t even claim to be as good as an amateur. But I had learnt my way around my trusted old Canon Powershot SX50 HS and was comfortable with full manual settings. I wanted something smaller and lighter and opted for the Lumix, but what I hadn’t banked on was that it’s a lot more complicated than what I was used to. The manuals (the basic is included but the full one is downloadable online) are not very helpful as they’re so dense and…

Anonymous says:

Excellent travel camera. I have owned this for a year now. It has travelled around the world, taken thousands of pictures from sub freezing to 40 degrees, high humidity, hurricane weather, day and night and is still going strong. You can read all about the technical specs elsewhere but I have yet to find a setting it doesn’t have for my travel requirements. The 4k video and burst features are great as is the super fast full definition burst feature. Night shots are great with a couple of settings that enable reasonable…

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