Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10.JPG
Type Point-and-shoot
Sensor 1/2.33" CCD
Maximum resolution 4000 × 3000 (12.1 million effective)
Lens Fixed
Shutter speed range 60-1/2000 s
Viewfinder Liquid crystal display
ASA/ISO range Auto, 100-6400
Rear LCD monitor 3.0 in (7.62 cm), 460,000 pixels
Storage Secure Digital Card (SD), Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) or SDXC
Battery 3.76, 895 mAh
Weight 218 g
Made in  Japan

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 is a compact 'Travel Zoom' digital camera with a 12x zoom lens and GPS receiver. The camera can be connected to a USB port and weighs 218 grams.

In North America, the camera is referred to by model code DMC-ZS7.[1]

Since initial release, Panasonic have published two firmware upgrades for the TZ10. Version 1.1 was released in June 2010, and improved stability on camera startup, and support for several external flashes. Firmware version 1.2 was released in September 2010, and improves GPS location retrieval time.[2]

Description[edit]

  • 12.1 megapixel
  • Flash
  • 12x optical zoom Leica lens
  • Objective focus length: 4.1~49.2 mm (35 mm equivalent: 25~300 mm)
  • Objective aperture: f/3.3~4.9
  • POWER O.I.S. automatic utilisation with processor Venus Engine HD II
  • Intelligent Resolution Technology
  • Automatic ISO control
  • 4x Digital Zoom lossless
  • PASM modes
  • AVCHD film type with HD resolution 720P (1280x720 / 30 fps) and Sound stereo dolby
  • GPS module with 500,000 Point of Interest in the world
  • 3' screen 460,000 pixels
  • Cards: SD, SDHC and SDXC

Examples[edit]

1 Karranga Avenue, Killara, New South Wales, Australia. Mersey River, Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Jaguar E-Type Statue

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panasonic. "ZS7-TZ10 - Specifications". Panasonic. Retrieved August 4, 2010. 
  2. ^ Panasonic "DMC-TZ10/ZS7 Firmware update service". Retrieved on 2010-12-06.

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