Panasonic's latest travel zoom camera has a 16-megapixel sensor and a 20x optical zoom
HDR mode was used here, too.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30 is the perfect companion when travelling, thanks to its versatile 20x optical zoom Leica lens, which has a reach from 24mm to 480. Its 14-megapixel sensor can capture vibrant and clear images and it's a camera that's not too hard to learn how to operate.
The TZ30 features a GPS receiver and built-in maps, so it can record the coordinates of your photos and show you on the map exactly where you took them. Of course, you also get useful scene modes (including an HDR mode), the ability to shoot 3D, a Full HD video mode and one of the most fun panorama shooting features that we've seen in a long time.
None of the photos in this image gallery are not manipulated, with the exception that they have been re-sized to fit this page format. We used Program mode for all photos unless otherwise specified in the photo's caption.
Read our preview of the [[artnid:415902|Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30]].
The Norfolk sense of humour.
An indoor shot using ISO 400.
This was also shot using HDR mode.
We used HDR mode on these rocks. It can take about one minute for the camera to process an HDR shot, which means you shouldn't use it if you plan on taking lots of shots in quick succession.
This was shot using the HDR mode.
A macro shot.
Also using ISO 400.
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