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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ90

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  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Is a compact camera Most for outdoor and during the day 30 times it is claimed. Should you have a better picture and video quality. Then you have to spend more money. Type double But you get less Zoom type half. Everyone seems 30x -40x which seems to be just about ..
  • Decent
    2 years ago
    In the midst of the price of this camera (which I certainly do not understand), the camera has now gone from 4000 -> 2800 kr. Then this statement is also taken into account that the camera is actually very new and functional.

    The current quality of the images, I do not feel so impressed, but the zoom: one and the auto focus is right as impressive. For those who want to take some time to photograph & film their holiday I think so well on this camera, but it's in very many places where I'd rather pop my Iphone 6s and let it do the job. It unfortunately summarizes the situation with the camera in general! Cool zoom at least, you can be just as creative to photograph nature and miscellaneous macro footage.

    The sensor that is <1 "more or less depends on the image quality and light emitted, of which iso levels of> 800 are quickly difficult to get, and dark photos do not even want to be attempted.

    But you get what you pay for ... If the snow water is not running, bet better on these (these have no 30x zoom):

    -G9 mark ii, Canon = 4500 kr
    However, do not have a rotating screen or touch display BUT I really did not find the thrill in the touch function ... Provides good auto focus AND dark images as well as wallpapers.

    -Fujifilm x100f = 13000 kr
    Significantly more expensive than the aforementioned suggestions, of course, but the pictures are literally magic! Perhaps something for the upcoming professional photographer?