Panasonic is a leader in the field of electronic goodies. From televisions, phones to cameras they have been innovating and collaborating to incorporate high-end technologies in their products. They have been producing amazing range of cameras and camcorders. They have special series named for them, depending on the kind of features are available from the camera. They have come up with dozens of models in cameras to provide optimum picture quality and user friendly operations for the consumers. The different models include the LX, SZ, GH, FZ and TZ. Panasonic DMC-FZ50 is an upgraded version of the camera in this series. FZ which could be for Far zoom feature of this camera.
Panasonic DMC-FZ 50
Panasonic DMC-FZ 50 is the upgraded version of FZ 30 in the series, with some modifications in both the software and the hardware. The best of the predecessors have been maintained in this model with small changes for extra comfort and ease to the users. The flip out screen of FZ 50, can now be folded down and turned in many directions for self-shooting purposes. The FZ 50 also displays an increase in resolution, from 8 megapixels to 10.1 megapixels. The TZ 50 model is a bit on the heavier side of the camera but has good descent features. Comes with many in-built picture modes to select from. Nicely priced product from Panasonic with nice features.
Benefits of Panasonic DMC-FZ 50
There are many added benefits to this successor of TZ 30 model, which include:
– Increased resolution
– Improved picture quality
– Many in-built picture modes like, portrait, starry sky, baby, night portrait, food and much more)
– Comes with LCD and EVF (Electronic view finder)
– LCD screen can be flipped down at 180o
– Venus engine III processor
– Quicker start-up
– TTL flash
– Leica lenses
These features make the FX 50 a great option for carrying and getting amazing pictures. These cameras can serve best for professionals and other photography passionate people too. You can easily get acquainted with its menu operations and work yourself towards finding a comfort level with the camera.