Panasonic has released a new Super Zoom camera, the DMC-FZ150, which replaces their DMC-FZ100. With a 12MP sensor and a zoom of 25-600mm anyone that is looking for a camera in their category may be wanting to take a look at Panasonic’s new offering.
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Megazooms are alive and well, despite all the attention given to smaller, compact interchangeable lens cameras. And Panasonic has done a good job with its latest long zoom, the 12 megapixel FZ150. In challenging conditions the FZ150 gives better image quality than its predecessor thanks, in great part, to Panasonic’s decision to go with a much more capable 12 megapixel CMOS sensor instead of the FZ100’s unimpressive 14MP unit. A wide angle, image-stabilized 24x (25-600mm) zoom, raw mode, full manual and automatic controls, an articulated LCD, full HD video and 3D capture are only some of this highly capable camera’s feature highlights but look away from the impressive spec sheet and you’ll find that image quality is very good too, across the span of the camera’s 24x optical zoom lens.
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