This review will be on the Panasonic DMC-TZ20. The last camera I've touched that is related to this camera was years ago, the DMC-TZ7 and it sure has changed a lot.
This camera features a:
- 14.1 megapixel sensor
- 16X optical zoom
- Leica DC lens
- Power O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilization)
- resistive touch 3" screen (Its pressure sensitive rather than being similar to iPhone/pad products
- 24mm (35mm equiv) wide angle lens
- 10fps burst shooting
On the box, it also says it records full HD (1080p) in AVCHD mode and has 3D shooting! Of course for some time now, it features the iA (Intelligent Auto) mode which I find pretty useful in most cases.
This camera accepts SDXC memory cards which is something I personally think is useful especially since I don't like carrying multiple memory cards when I go overseas.
The box includes
- Panasonic DMC-TZ20
- Power cable and charger
- USB cable to connect to the computer
- USB to composite cable
- Wrist strap
The box closeup