Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS4 i Express

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For people who are looking for an incredible new camera, LUMIX TS4 may be the answer!!!

It might seems rugged cameras, however Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-TS4 goes a small amount beyond the ordinary. Put the TS4’s several flat-bodied competitors in a pile and you may sometimes realize non-telescoping zoom lenses, waterproof capability ranging from ten to 33 feet, cold resistance, and enough ruggedness to handle a five-foot drop. The Panasonic TS4 has an optically stabilized 4.6x Leica zoom lens (28-128mm eq.) and, instead of the usual 6 feet, the Lumix will swim with the fishes at 40 feet for an hour. The TS4 is also freeze-proof to 14 degrees, and dust-resistant; all vital factors when considering a truly versatile rugged camera. The Panasonic TS4 can capture Full HD AVCHD video yet.

The LUMIX TS4 is right for active out of doors use and also the altimeter works as an indicator for depth underwater. The barometer log is on the market to help users forecast the climate and then log the barometric trends. The altitude measurements can be improved when using the camera’s GPS data, which is enhanced compared to its predecessor, the LUMIX DMC-TS3.  The new GPS system has a lot of than a million landmarks and 82 countries/regions covered within the maps on the market on the bundled DVD.  Geo-tagged images are automatically sorted and can be played back along a map thus that users can literally trace their photographic journey.  The LUMIX TS4 shows the name of the Country/Region, State/Prov./County, County/Township, City/Town/Village and Landmark – all that is saved within the EXIF data.
While enthusiasts might scoff at this comparatively short list of attributes, the good factor regarding cameras just like the Panasonic TS4 is their ability to take punishment with nary a cause for concern. Oh, they’ll get scratched after falling onto rocks, but they still work afterward. Simply put: their motive is grabbing snaps in places where mere mortal digicams would never venture and survive.

Panasonic TS4 lets you adjust some settings, but this means two aperture adjustments, depending on your focal length, and a full range of shutter speeds (60 seconds-1/1,300). In keeping with its rugged DNA, the Panasonic TS4 includes a Quad Indicator that uses the designed-in GPS to offer you latitude and longitude knowledge, plus there’s a compass, an altimeter and a barometer.

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