Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10

  |   by DigitalCameraReview Staff

The ZS10 features a new MOS image sensor (the ZS7 featured a CCD image sensor). The ZS7’s slower-than-the-competition continuous shooting mode has been noticeably improved, the GPS landmark database and lookup features have been expanded, and the ZS10 captures 1080i (the ZS7 captured video at a maximum resolution of 720p) HD video. Other new features include slow motion video, composite noise reduction and a 3D capture mode for those who want to view their stuff on a 3D TV.

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  • Pros

    • Good Leica zoom lens
    • Easy to use
    • Flexible shooting controls
  • Cons

    • Finicky touchscreen
    • Expensive
    • Image noise at high ISO

Quick Take

The ZS10 delivers the reliably excellent image quality we've come to expect from Panasonic's pocket ultrazooms, but a finicky touchscreen may not appeal to some users.

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