Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4 Digital Camera
by Mark R
I’ve been looking into a lot of digital cameras, such as the Casio EX-Z9. Today, it is Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ4. This camera is similar in design to the aforementioned EX-Z9, and has an equal number of pixels (8.1, to be exact).
I might as well get the other specs out of the way. The lens of the camera is a 28mm, and it has a 10x Optical Zoom. The LCD menu screen is at 2.5 inches, and allows the user to access all the options.
One of the options is the iA (Intelligent Auto Mode) which allows for great shooting. The Intelligent Exposure function can correct lighting differences, and the Intelligent Scene function changes the mode to fit the situation. MEGA Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) prevents blurring from hand shaking, and Intelligent ISO Control helps prevent motion blur. Face Detection technology also helps to produce clear portraits by optimizing the focus and exposure settings.
It appears that Panasonic has made the Lumix DMC-TZ4 easy-to-use for the average consumer, and they have also made it ideal for travelers. The user has the ability to download his or her photos into a clipboard folder that allows for a Time Edit and Stamp. Later on, the user can find his or her photos and find what day and time the photo was taken.
You should be able to purchase the Lumix DMC-TZ4 on the Panasonic website for about $299.95.