The TZ110 is the first in its series to incorporate a f/2.8-5.9 LEICA DC lens. TZ110 is a 1 inch sensor compact with a zoom range 25mm to 250mm. Aperture starts at F2.8 till F5.9 at its longest end. F8 is the smallest aperture.
Here is the Price (RRP) $ 999.00. Sounds good isn't it!
Other than the ability to capture RAW, it also features 4K video. Other nice stuff includes touch screen focus and WIFI Transfer, Panasonic's DFD focus and Post Focus functions. This has an EVF but no tilt screen or selfie screen. What we do have is a 3.0 inch 1,040k dot touch screen, 5 AXIS HYBRID O.I.S and Level Shot functions, 10fps burst photo mode (full resolution – 5fps with AF), Face / eye tracking AF. There is also In-camera RAW data development, Panorama function as well. What is missing is a horse shoe for external flash but I suspect not everyone will miss this in a compact.
Those familiar with the Lumix TZ series would know that this is a popular travel compact and now with the updated sensor, image quality is quite outstanding.
For full specs, refer to https://www.panasonic.com/au/consume...110.specs.html
I will share my thoughts about this camera more from the usage perspective rather than a technical review.
Let's take a look at the size. Size wise, it is very similar to the Sony RX100MK2.
Comparison With RX100MK2 by Wang Teck Heng, on Flickr
Front View by Wang Teck Heng, on Flickr
Viewfinder and Screen by Wang Teck Heng, on Flickr
Top View by Wang Teck Heng, on Flickr