Apr 6, 2005

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2 Review

DigitalCameraInfo.com have posted their review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2 Digital Camera.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2 Review

They have this to say (and much more) about this camera-
"Panasonic is targeting a previously untapped niche market of consumers seeking extended zoom, image stabilization, and a fast burst mode on a seemingly point-and-shoot styling. Users can enjoy the automatic features without weeding through manual functions. Built for the point-and-shoot user who is looking to keep their total spending below $300, the LZ2 satisfies with its ease of use, clean-cut layout, and compact form. The Lumix LZ2 comes in black or silver colors on a moderately sleek, rectangular camera body. While the body is a bit too thick to slide in a pocket, the form certainly could not be construed as bulky and will not require a camera bag. Although the LZ2 is armed with a Lumix DC Vario lens rather then the traditional Leica accompaniment, the stock lens focuses quickly and quietly and includes an effective image stabilization system with two modes. The attractive digital camera has several shooting modes, all in varying degrees of automation. The2-inch LCD screen and 3-frame-per-second high speed burst mode add aesthetic merit and performance value to this model."

Be sure to swing by DigitalCameraInfo to read the full article...