Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4
Released April, 2008
The Pros:Small for a 10x zoom.
The Cons:Non auto photos take long time to re-shoot. Video's do only MOV format.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4 is the slightly less feature-rich sibling of the DMC-TZ5 and DMC-TZ50, all of which were recently released as the third generation of Panasonic's popular TZ ultrazoom compact.
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The 10x Leica zoom lens offers the equivalent of a 28-280mm range, and records video at 848 x 480 pixels, lacking the HD video capabilities of the TZ5 and TZ50. Panasonic's TZ line has consistently garnered great reviews, and has remained a popular digital camera through all its generations.
- 8.1 megapixel CCD sensor
- 10x Leica optical zoom (28-2800mm equivalent)
- Optical image stabalization
- Facial recognition auto-focus
- Dimensions: 2.33'' x 4.07'' x 1.44''
- Weight: 0.47 lbs
User Reviews (1)
non auto photos take long time to re-shoot
video's do only MOV format
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