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Panasonic DMC-TZ1 Review at Megapixel

Panasonic-Dmc-Tz1 Megapixel has posted their review of the Panasonic DMC-TZ1 where they write - 'The zoom, on the other hand, is excellent for close ups and portraits, making it possible to get artistically blurred backgrounds behind the subject, as it the case with the "lady" at left. Moreover this is a long focal length that is perfectly useable since it has a reasonably bright aperture at its maximum telephoto and its stabilizer is able to add 3 f-stops of latitude when shooting hand-held. The advantage of the stabilizer is obvious when it is set to Mode 1 as it stabilizes the image on the monitor, as well as when the photo is captured. But the most effective mode is Mode 2, which stabilizes the image only when the shutter is released, and it should be used as it allows even lower shutter speeds to yield sharp and clear images.'

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Posted by Darren in our Reviews category on April 23, 2006


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