Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50
Released April, 2008
The Pros:Bright 3 in. LCD screen. Large 10X optical zoom lens. Useful and fairly robust Intelligent Auto Mode.
The Cons:Can't connect to WiFi networks requiring browser authentication; common in hotels, airports, and corporate networks. No manual controls.
The feature-rich Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 is the latest offering in Panasonic's TZ line of compact digital cameras. In addition to the ultrazoom (10x) Leica lens that characterized its predecessor, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5, the TZ50 includes Wi-fi data transfer, allowing users to email their photos directly from the camera.
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Optical image stabilization, a broad range of preset scene modes for shooting and the ability to record video in HD round out the TZ50. The TZ line from Panasonic has been fairly popular among consumers in the point-and-shoot category for the last few years.
- 10x Leica zoom lens (28-280mm equivalent)
- Self-timer (10 sec, 2 sec)
- Optical image stabalization
- 9.1 megapixel CCD
- 22 scene modes
- HD movie recording
- Wi-fi photo transfer
- Dimensions: 2.33'' x 4.07'' x 1.44''
- Weight: 0.47 lbs
- Release date: April 2008
User Reviews (2)
Large 10X optical zoom lens
Useful and fairly robust Intelligent Auto Mode
Wi-Fi connectivity to upload photos directly to Google Picasa
Can't connect to WiFi networks requiring browser authentication; common in hotels, airports, and corporate networks
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