Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS8 14.1 MP Digital Camera with 16x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.0-Inch LCD (Black)

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For those who looking for a “pocket” camera,this  pretty much everything you really would like.

Optical Image Stabilization is  works quietly and efficiently in the background making your shots less blurry.The photos come out are a pleasant color and they do not come back out a funny color underneath artificial lighting.

If you only want a nice point and shoot camera this is sensible and has masses of choices. Not only that but the options are very well laid out and straightforward to understand.The dials and menus are embarked on during a sense fashion and also rather than just very little symbols/icons to indicate that you’re in portrait mode or landscape mode.There’s a very little text underneath which tells you what it will do.

The 16x optical zoom is category leading. You’ll be able to get really good shut ups if you want to.It conjointly includes a very sensible wide angle lens, 24mm, which primarily means you’ll be able to get more scenery within the shot at the edges. The lower the quantity the better. The lower the number the more you can match into the photo.Thus if you’re looking at a nice panorama or wish to require a photograph with the full table in the shot, you’re more seemingly to urge it with this lens than say if you compared it to other cameras whose lens might start at 27mm, 28mm, 35mm. This small difference will be the difference between getting everything or maybe nearly obtaining everything into the shot that you wish to.

Overall it feels nice within the hand  and it’s quite light-weight. It has a cool solid feel metal body and all the buttons and switches feel like they can last.

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