The Panasonic Lumix line-up has the ideal camera to suit your needs — whether you’re looking for a compact camera for travelling or a mirrorless model that lets you take photos like a pro
A travel zoom that’s compact enough to be stuffed into a jacket pocket, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ90 sports a 20.3MP highsensitivity CMOS sensor, the company’s latest Venus Engine processor, improved Depth from Defocus autofocus technology, 4K video recording, plus a full range of manual controls. The camera comes with a 30x optical zoom lens that stretches to a fairly long reach at an equivalent 24–720mm, making it an ultra-versatile travel cam. Images can be composed on its new tilting threeinch touchscreen display or through the camera’s 1.16-million-dot-equivalent electronic viewfinder.
The ‘TZ’ of the TZ-series stands for ‘travel zoom’, so it’s no wonder that the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ110 makes for the ultimate travel companion. Designed to let you explore the world and capture each moment along the way, its 20MP one-inch MOS sensor ensures that your travel moments last forever. Panasonic’s proprietary Depth from Defocus autofocus technology and 10fps burst shooting ensure you never miss a moment when shooting stills, while the power of 4K video allows you to record your journey at 30fps with no buffer limits. Being paired with an in-built crystal-clear f/2.8–5.9 Leica DC lens with 10x optical zoom offers incredible flexibility across an equivalent 25–250mm range.
Panasonic’s taken a slightly different approach with the Lumix DMC-LX10. Unlike similar models, it doesn’t have a viewfinder. Instead, it offers a touchscreen interface and a tilting LCD screen. But that doesn’t mean that it’s a camera just for selfies. It offers outstanding performance thanks to a 20.1MP high-sensitivity MOS sensor that delivers sharp, richly detailed images and stunning 4K video. The travel-focused camera features a fast Leica DC Vario-Summilux f/1.4–2.8 lens with a versatile 3x zoom range equivalent to 24–72mm. Plus, with an extended sensitivity range up to an impressive ISO 25,600 and continuous shooting at up to 50fps with an electronic shutter, there’s no denying that it’s a pocket-sized powerhouse.
The update to the very popular Lumix DMC-FZ200, the FZ300 maintains the same 12MP sensor and fast f/2.8 lens but adds a brand-new image processor and 4K video into the equation. As a result, the DMC-FZ300 is capable of up to 60fps with an electronic shutter and 12fps via the mechanical one. Work in low light benefits from the shooter’s top sensitivity of ISO 6400, along with five-axis hybrid optical image stabilization to minimize camera shake. Pair that with a 24x Leica DC Vario-Elmarit lens covering a wide-to-telephoto 25–600mm equivalent focal-length range, and you’ve got a lens that’ll ensure you’re always a part of the action.
The Panasonic Lumix GX85 is small and compact but packed with powerful features — it’s the street photographer’s companion. At its core is a 16MP five-axis stabilized Four Thirds sensor boasting 4K features galore, including 4K video at 24 and 30fps, a 4K burst mode to capture 30 images per second at 8MP resolution, and a 4K buffering mode that records 30 frames before and after you capture a shot. Panasonic’s Post Focus also allows users to shoot in the moment, and focus images later at 8MP. The GX85 has mammoth continuous shooting capabilities — up to 10fps with single-shot autofocus and up to 40fps when using an electronic shutter function — leaving no excuses for losing track of your subject. Boasting a compact build and intuitive layout, with a 2.7MP electronic viewfinder and a tilting three-inch touch LCD, the camera allows new shooting angles, offering added flexibility.
With full weather sealing and a compact and mobile design, the Panasonic Lumix G85 is one to take with you on any adventure. The G85 is a video and photo all-rounder, boasting a 16MP sensor, with no low-pass filter and Panasonic’s proprietary Post Focus technology, so that you capture sharp, detailed imagery, wherever your journeys take you. The camera combines five-axis dual image stabilization for powerful handshake correction, compensating shots up to five f-stops, and 4K video capabilities to ensure that you’re taking striking moving images — not blurry ones.
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-TZ90 An ultra-compact camera
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-LX10 A pocket-sized powerhouse
PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-TZ110 Power and portability in perfect harmony
PANASONIC LUMIX G85 The adventure-seeker
PANASONIC LUMIX GX85 Packed with powerful features
PANASONIC DMC-FZ300 A wide-angle and super-zoom in one