Check out the quality of this little compact camera's images
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-SZ7 is a little camera with some big features. Mainly, it sports a 14-megapixel MOS sensor and a 10x optical zoom lens.
It's both easy to carry and easy to use. It has auto, Intelligent auto and scene modes (13 of them), as well as one creative filter, which is miniatre mode. Although it doesn't have proper manual modes, it's still possible to control the exposure compensation if you aren't happy with the settings that the camera has chosen.
We've posted some sample images from this camera, which you can see in this set of slides. None of the images are modified, the results are straight out of the camera.
This is an old Dunlop/Slazenger warehouse seen in afternoon/shaded conditions. The camera selected a slow shutter speed of 1/30th of a second, which introduced some blur due to camera movement.
Adjusting the exposure compensation to darken the scene.
Strong sunlight hitting the trees. Again, playing with the +/- exposure button on the body of the camera.
Natural afternoon light.
Going for a silhouette.
Another silhouette of the foreground.
Office lighting conditions: red on blue.
Office lighting conditions: green on blue.
Macro mode allows you to hold the camera about 3cm away from your subject.
Shooting at the widest angle.
Zoomed in all the way (10x). (Excuse the slight off-angle nature of the shot.)
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