Popular Panasonic Articles for 2010
Panasonic has built a good reputation for their popular TZ and ZS series ultrazooms. The new Lumix ZS7 upholds that reputation, adding a 12x zoom and GPS functionality to a[...]
The Panasonic LX5 offers a fully redesigned lens, sensor and image processing engine over its LX3 predecessor. Do these and other incremental changes give Panasonic the edge in a competitive[...]
We had high expectations of the Panasonic G2 and it didn't disappoint us. But is it worth an extra $200 over the price of a very similar G10? That depends[...]
As Panasonic's flagship HD camcorder, the HDC-TM700 has impressive features and specs, including 1080/60p recording and Panasonic's patented 3MOS sensor system. But considering competition from HD-capable DSLRs and lower-priced alternatives,[...]
Building a camera like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS2 to withstand the elements is, like the camera itself, tough. The TS2 can shoot stills and 720p HD video up to 33[...]
The Panasonic Lumix G10 shares much of its genetics with its G series Micro Four Thirds predecessors, including a 12.1 megapixel Live MOS sensor, but its $600 introductory price makes[...]
The Panasonic FX75 got a lot of attention when it launched for its fast f/2.2 maximum aperture lens and a 3.0-inch touch screen, but how is performance across the board?[...]
Facing competition from the Flip and other low-cost HD cams, Panasonic is still counting on standard definition to deliver as they unveiled three new SD camcorders at CES, the SDR-H85,[...]
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-F3 rounds out the low end of their CES camera announcements. It's a 12.1 megapixel, 4x optical zoom point and shoot geared toward the entry-level user.
Panasonic adds two new models to their slim FP line - the Lumix FP1 and the touch-screen Lumix FP3. With internally contained optics, the 12 megapixel FP1 and 14 megapixel[...]
Panasonic's latest ultra-slim digital compact, the Lumix FX75, features a 24mm wide angle, unusually bright f/2.2 lens. The 5x optical zoom is complemented by a 3.0-inch touch screen and 720p[...]
After nearly two years on the market, the LX3 has been replaced by the Panasonic Lumix LX5 as a top-tier compact point-and-shoot. Can we expect improvements to camera performance and[...]
With the Lumix GH2, Panasonic announces a new 14mm prime lens, a 100-300mm telephoto zoom, and a 3D lens for its Micro Four Thirds system. Read on for more details[...]
Panasonic launches the HDC-SDX1 today, a lightweight camcorder with full 1080 HD video capability.
In a product unveiling just before PMA, Panasonic touted the facial recognition and Intelligent Zoom features of their new HS700 and TM700 high definition camcorders. We spoke with Panasonic's Matt[...]
Panasonic is currently traveling to major U.S. cities with its "Touch the Future Tour," an event that gives consumers hands-on time with new products unveiled at CES and PMA. We[...]
The new Panasonic GF2 offers a touch screen, full 1080p HD video and 3D lens compatibility. On top of all that, it's a lighter, slimmer package than its GF1 predecessor.[...]
Panasonic updates today its popular ZS series with the Lumix ZS7 and Lumix ZS5. These new compact high-zoom cameras add geo-tagging functionality and manual controls to the 12x optical zoom[...]
Panasonic's ultrazoom line gets an update today with Lumix DMC-FZ100 and Lumix DMC-FZ40 24x cameras. Those big lenses cover a range equivalent to 25-600mm. Take a look at what else[...]
Panasonic today unveiled two new HD camcorders, the HDC-HS700 and the HDC-TM700, both featuring a longer zoom, wider lens, and more advanced image stabilization than last year's TM300.