Panasonic has unveiled its 2007 camera line up u2013 unleashing updates to its most successful models and a range of new advancements and features.
Panasonic has unveiled its 2007 camera line up ? unleashing updates to its most successful models and a range of new features.
There are eleven new models in total, including sequels to 2006?s 10x zoom TZ1 dubbed the TZ2 and TZ3. Succeeding the LZ3 are the LZ7 and LZ6, whilst replacing the FZ7 is the FZ8. There are three new FX cameras ? the FX10, FX12 and FX30, while at the entry level of the range come the LS60 and LS75.
All of Panasonic?s latest cameras come with the manufacturer?s popular MEGA O.I.S optical image stabilisation technology that shifts lens elements to counteract camera shake. Panasonic?s shake reduction efforts have been advanced even further and new models also offer technology to reduce the effects of subject movement too. An Intelligent ISO mode has been added to the mode dial of the 2007 range, and is able to automatically adjust ISO and reduce noise levels for crisper shots.
You?ll find full details of each new camera featured on the following pages of news.
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