Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Reviews

DCResource has a review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 and writes, “Photo quality results are generally favourable. Straight out of the box, the TZ3 tended to produce photos that are a tad overexposed and dull in colour. If you notice the same thing, you can handle both of those by adjusting exposure compensation and colour mode, respectively. The camera captures plenty of detail, though the Venus Iain’s heavy-handed noise reduction system tends to smudge it away once you leave the base ISO setting. The heavy noise reduction does mean that there’s not much in the line of noise, though. Purple fringing, rarely a problem on Panasonic cameras, is not an issue here. Redeye was minimal. … I can take both wide-angle and super telephoto shots with one camera. I get a huge LCD, but it doesn’t suck up battery life like on most cameras. And so on. Yeah, it has its share of flaws, but it’s a heck of a travel camera, and its annoyances won’t affect the majority of TZ3 buyers. If you want an ultra zoom camera that can go almost anywhere, then the DMC-TZ3 should be high on your list.”

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