Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 Review
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 is a bridge digital camera manufactured and marketed by electronics giant Panasonic. It is similar in essence with Panasonic Lumix DMC-F247, but a few key differences set it apart.
The main differences here, when compared to other products in the same line, are articulating LCD panel, 1080p HD (high definition) video, hot shoe flash and a Live MOS sensor. This camera, in addition, is equipped with a digital viewfinder which in effect allows a digital view of the image in a frame under bright light conditions and low battery power usage as well. This camera offers a powerful 24x optical zoom both for various types of shots without compromising on the quality of the image, and thereby draws the target right in front at the desired spot regardless of the distance, while delivering excellent, HD quality. The zoomed image output looks extremely natural and lively, to the point of appearing better than it would to the naked eye due to the digital treatment of the final output. One can also go for video recording as well with the superb 24x optical zooming feature which makes this camera even more sought after.
Alongside the superb zooming capacity this camera comes handy with intelligent resolution technology which, in effect, increases the zoom ratio by 1.3x while retaining the picture quality. In simple words it means by virtue of this intelligent resolution technology Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 can zoom targets up to 32x equivalent at, comparatively, no loss in quality. This camera claims a difference in terms of the coverage area as well with the use of 25mm ultra wide angle lens. This smart lens enhances your shooting experience while in indoors locations such as parties with a group of people and outdoor locations such as lush green landscapes, mountains or high rise buildings and structures. Besides, this lens delves into exceptional optical performance completely eradicating distortion at the wide-end and color bleeding at the tele-end.
The Nano Surface Coating technology – deployed in this smart camera in its entirety – greatly reduces light reflection at the visual light range (380mm – 780mm) with the help of nano-size structured extra low refractive index coating on the surface of the lens, resulting in better quality of the pictures in that aspect. The Power Optical Image Stabilizer in short O.I.S. approximately doubles the corrective measures for shaking hands while shooting. Panasonic, however, has worked on the physically generated low frequency vibrations only particularly relevant to the situations, like pressing the shutter button or during the night shooting at a slow shutter speed.
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