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DMC-LZ7K

 
DMC-LZ7K

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: DMC-LZ7K

Manufacturer: Panasonic

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Page By: BSinc

Created/Edited: Feb 14, 2008 / Feb 14, 2008

Object ID: 4766

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Product Description

Taking Hand-Shake Out of the Picture — MEGA O.I.S. helps keep your shots steady, even if you're not
It's hard to hold a small camera steady. That's why the LZ7 and LZ6 feature MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilization), which automatically detects and compensates for hand-shake. You get clear, beautiful shots even when zooming, shooting macro close-ups or taking night scenery.

Detects Movement, Helps Prevent Blurring — Intelligent ISO Control helps eliminate blurring caused by subject motion
The camera senses if your subject is moving and raises the ISO and shutter speed settings accordingly, preventing motion blur. You get clear, crisp shots even if your subject moves. Also, you can set the sensitivity to as high as ISO 1250.

6x Zoom Power with Easy Zoom Function
The power of a telephoto lens, the convenience of a compact camera. The LZ7 and LZ6 come equipped with a 6x optical zoom lens and the Extended Optical Zoom feature, which extends zooming to as high as 9x. The camera switches instantly from 1x to 6x to 9x (full Extended Optical Zoom) power, each time you press the Easy Zoom button on the camera top so you're always ready when the perfect photo opportunity comes along.

Features

Built-in Flash Type/Mode Auto, Auto/Red-eye Reduction,
Forced On/Off
Wide: 0.5 - 5.4m (ISO Auto)
Tele: 0.5 - 3.3m (ISO Auto)
External Flash No
Viewfinder No
LCD Monitor 2.5" Diagonal Polycrystalline TFT LCD Display (115k pixels)
Field of view: approx. 100%
High Angle LCD Mode
Playback Mode 25 or 9-Thumbnail Display
Calendar Display, Zoomed Playback (16x max)
Image Rotation
Slide Show
Favorite Pictures
Resizing
Trimming, Protection
DPOF Print Setting
OSD Language English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese
Recording Media Built-in Memory
SD Memory Card
SDHC Memory Card
MultiMediaCard
Microphone Yes
Speaker No
Interface DC Input, A/V Output (NTSC/PAL), USB
Direct Print PictBridge
Color Black
Power Supply AA Oxyride Battery(Included)
AA Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery(Optional)
AA Alkaline Battery(Optional)
AC Adaptor(Input: 110-240V AC)(Optional)
Battery Life 3 Up to 250 pictures (CIPA standard) with AA Oxyride Battery(included)

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BSincGreat pix for cheap

Voted 4/5

I needed a camera for hiking to replace my Nikon. I didn't want to spend a lot of money seeing as what could possibly happen to it. After doing some research I decided to go with this one because almost every review I read the response was positive so I took a chance. I've been surprised and very pleased with the performance. The pictures this thing takes are true and the 6x zoom is amazingly sharp. Many people with more expensive cameras even DSLR's are impressed with the pictures I'm able to take. The only drawback I have with it is the lack of a true manual mode. But the auto iso and image stabilization almost make up for it in any situation. But for under $200 what do expect?
Posted Feb 14, 2008 8:31 am

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