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Panasonic compact camera

Panasonic compact cameras
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Looking for a start in photography?

With a Panasonic compact camera, you can not only take great travel pictures, because these cameras offer a lot for digital media creation. Panasonic compact cameras are compact and easy to transport and convince with good and simple handling.

The Lumix cameras are equipped with the high quality lenses from Leica and thus offer a very good exposure performance. The cameras offer not only a compact and lightweight body, but also a wide focal range, which allows you to get very close to the object you want to photograph. Depending on which model you choose, the Panasonic Lumix cameras offer up to 60x zoom. The sensors of the Panasonic compact cameras are partly different in size and you can already speak of a system camera here.

The DMC-TZ or DMC-FZ model series are particularly well-known. Among the larger cameras, the Panasonic system cameras with their MFT sensor from the GH series stand out. Pansonic Lumix also has a full-format model series, the S series, which is also partly licensed for Netflix productions. (Panasonic S1H)

Advantages of Panasonic compact cameras

  • high-quality lenses
  • low weight
  • Fair price-performance ratio
  • compact size
  • high resolution

Disadvantage of compact cameras

The main disadvantage of compact cameras is that it is not possible to change the lens, which is why you are bound to the conditions of the camera. Also the sensor of the camera is smaller than that of a larger SLR or system camera.

What are the differences between Panasonic cameras?

As described before, Panasonic has different product series / product categories, which can be distinguished by their name. For example, the Panasonic "TZ" series is perfect for your next trip. The camera offers a 30x optical zoom, which is a big advantage in terms of image quality. While a smartphone now offers better image quality due to the various lenses installed in the smartphone, it still often has to switch to digital zoom, which is why the image quality usually deteriorates considerably.

The "FZ" model series are equipped with a larger zoom and thus offer a 60x zoom. They belong to the bridge camera category and are slightly larger than the "TZ" camera series.

For those who are not particularly squeamish with their equipment, the "FT" is a very robust compact camera. It is not only robust, but also waterproof. So you can capture some great moments with the camera even on the water, or in the water.

The compact Lumix system cameras carry the model designation "G". These are once again differentiated from the "GH" series, which is equipped with particularly high-quality features.

Uniqueness / special features of the Panasonic cameras

Due to the special compactness of the camera and the handiness, the cameras from Panasonic are aimed at amateur photographers who want to have a camera at hand always and everywhere to capture a moment. Despite the cameras' small camera sensor, however, they still deliver satisfactory image quality. Thus, the cameras are the ideal travel and outdoor companion.

Certainly, the quality of the pictures cannot be compared with that of larger models, yet these are usually much more expensive than most models. The small compact cameras reach their limits in the evening hours in low light conditions, this is comparable to a smartphone. Nevertheless, the compact cameras are usually better at performing than the smartphone in your pocket. However, this is generally true no matter which compact camera you choose.

The big advantage of choosing a Lumix compact camera is the built-in optics; as part of the L-Alliance, the cameras have very high-quality lenses from German production. Leica offers great lenses with high quality in terms of exposure performance as well as focal length and speed.

Compact or rather system camera?

The agony of choice lies in the detail of the choice of equipment. What do I actually need at the end of the day? The question you have to ask yourself - What will I use the camera for at the end of the day? If you plan to work a lot in dark or relatively low-light situations, it's better to go for a larger model to get better image quality. However, these are significantly more expensive than a compact camera. Thus, the price-performance ratio is much more balanced when buying a Panasonic Lumix camera.