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The Panasonic Lumix DMC FT25 digital compact camera is Panasonic's entry in the weatherproof market.
Featuring a rugged design, it is dustproof, waterproof down to 7m, it is also freezeproof down to -10c and survive drops from up to 1.5m.
The 16 megapixel sensor in the FT25 record images in high quality, it will also allow HD video recording.
The 4x zoom lens, 25mm-100mm in 35mm equivilant, starts at 25mm which great for capturing those landscape and beach scenes.
The FT25 has a handy creative Panorama mode which allows you to record a Panorama image in either vertical or horizontal oriention by just swiveling the camera across the scene.
The Panasonic Lumix FT5 is tougher than ever before. Waterproof to a depth of 13 metres, this camera is brilliant for scuba divers as well as snorkelers. It’s also shockproof to 2 metres and frostproof to -10°, so it can be taken skiing and hiking. The white balance is linked to the FT4’s barometer, so as you swim deeper you don’t have to worry about colour tone. The FT5 also offers a frame rate of 10fps, time-laps video and sports a 16 Megapixel sensor, ensuring that your shots are sharp and detailed.Full Details
Discover the incredible image quality made possible only by the combination of premium quality components in the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000.
The new 20 Megapixel MOS image sensor is 1" in size, one of the largest in any compact camera, allowing a far greater surface area for capturing outstanding detail and clarity. Combine this with a LEICA DC lens that was created specifically for the FZ1000, offering excellent brightness through the 16x optical zoom range with a maximum aperture of f/2.8-4.0, to deliver beautifully sharp images and stunning depth of field at any focal length.
Behind the fantastic lens and sensor combination is Panasonic's latest Venus Engine IV image processor, which not only ensures the best possible image quality is maintained, but is also what provides the blistering performance of 12 frames per second burst shooting. The FZ1000 takes video to a new level with amazing 4K video recorded at 30 frames per second, to ensure smooth motion of moving subjects, keeping the video quality high.Full Details
The Panasonic FZ200 is an excellent 'superzoom' compact digital camera offering photographers a powerful 24x optical zoom, capable of capturing just about anything from wide landcapes and group shots to sports and wildlife at the longer end of the zoom range. The Leica branded lens has a constant aperture of f/2.8, allowing the lens to take in a lot more light than it's competition and delivering excellent results whether indoors under challenging lighting, or outdoors utilizing the extra light for a faster shutter speed to freeze the action and prevent motion blur.
Featuring FullHD video recording, a high speed burst up to 12 frames per second, and Panorama Shot mode for easily capturing wide panoramic views, the Panasonic Lumix FZ200 is well rounded and an astonishingly capable performer.Full Details
When zoom range is what you need, nothing compares to what the Panasonic Lumix FZ70 has to offer. A massive 60x Optical Zoom is the headlining feature, utilizing the Power O.I.S image stabilizer system to ensure steady shots throughout the entire zoom range.
Impressively the FZ70 has a wide-angle lens that fits more in than just about any other compact, boasting a 20mm equivalent wide-angle lens, the FZ70 is perfect for capturing beautiful, expansive landscapes. It's stand-out features don't end there though, with a newly developed Wind Shield Zoom Microphone designed to reduce wind noise by up to 70% compared the older FZ60 delivering clearer audio, as well as an Active Mode stabilizer to ensure smooth video even while walking.
Combining such a wide-angle with the powerful 60x zoom lens makes the Panasonic FZ70 an ideal companion for any situation, it's lightweight body makes it easy to carry around, and quick focusing and response times means it should never miss a moment.Full Details
Viewfinders on pocketable compact cameras seemed to be a thing of the past, however Panasonic have decided to bring viewfinders back with the Panasonic Lumix LF1.
The LF1 is a sleek, stylish digital compact camera with a built-in electronic viewfinder to ensure proper framing and composition is still possible even in bright sunlight when the LCD screen is hard to see, taking away the guesswork. With a high-performance Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens offering a versatile 7.1x optical zoom, combined with a large 1/1.7" high-sensitivity CMOS type image sensor, expect outstanding quality images in a variety of shooting situations. No matter what kind of photography you're into, the LF1's performance will leave you with beautiful photos which you can share instantly via the built-in Wi-Fi functionality. Connect directly to a compatible smartphone quickly and easily using NFC, and you're ready to show off your latest creations.Full Details
The Panasonic LX100 Digital Compact camera is the latest model in the long line of LX model history.
Panasonic have fitted it with a Micro 4/3" sensor, taken from their Compact System camera range, as well as fast f1.7 lens with a zoom range coverage of 24mm through to 75mm.
The LX100 is a photographers dream with lots of manual controls, the user can choose to control the Aperture, Shutter, and Focus all manually.
For those that want to record video the LX100 records in full High definition in up to 4k resolution.
Finally there is built Wi-fi connectivity which always the user to transfer images and control the camera using their smart phone or tablet.
The Panasonic TZ40 compact digital camera comes from a long line of reliable and beloved point-and-shoot compacts. Panasonic have maintained the impeccable image quality thanks to the 18 megapixel sensor and Leica lens with 20x optical zoom and image stabilisation. The newly-integrated WiFi system allows you to share your photos between devices, as well as control the Panasonic TZ40 remotely using your smart phone. The TZ-40 also has an incredibly fast focusing system which will respond to a simple tap of the screen, so you can tell it exactly what is important to capture in the image.Full Details
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