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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS25 16.1 MP Tough Digital Camera with 8x Intelligent Zoom (Red)
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- 16.1 Mega Pixel, 4x optical zoom, 8x Intelligent Zoom, Mega O.I.S., Rugged Design, water-proof to 23 feet, shock-proof from 5 feet, freeze-proof to 14 degrees F, dust-proof
- 2.7" LCD Screen, Intelligent Auto Mode, Venus Engine, 12 Effective Create Control
- 720p Motion JPEG Video, Sonic Speed Auto Focus, Creative Panorama Shot, 12 Effective Creative Control
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Lumix DMC-TS25 Digital Camera PanasonicWith freezeproof to 10 degrees C, the DMC-TS25 supports shooting while skiing, snowboarding or skating.Features: 16.1MP Sensor and Venus Engine Image Processor - A 16.1MP CCD Sensor offers high quality imaging even in low light conditions.Lumix DC Vario Lens - A 4x wide-angle optical zoom lens provides 35mm focal length equivalents of 25-100mm which ranges from wide-angle to telephoto. This incorporates most shooting situations and a 8x Intelligent Zoom will reach even further if needed. Macro function is available at 3x digital zoom. The maximum aperture at the wide-angle end is f/3.9. The lens is designed from 11 elements in 10 groups and includes 5 aspherical lenses and 1 extra-low dispersion lens for sharp images and reduced aberrations.Waterproof and Tough Features - The TS25 is waterproof to a depth of 23 ft. (7 m), shock proof from a drop height of 5 ft. (1.5 m), freeze proof to a temperature of 14 degree F (-10 degree C) and dust proof to the IP6X standard.720p HD Video with Dedicated One-touch Button - 720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second in the MP4 format is supported by the TS25. A dedicated button switches you immediately into video mode and both Intelligent Auto (iA) and MEGA Optical Image Stabilization (O.I.S) is available for video.2.7 In. Intelligent LCD Display - Composition and playback are viewed with a 2.7 In. TFT Screen LCD display with 230,000 pixel resolution. It provides 100% field of view and offers Power Monitor Mode, AUTO Power Monitor Mode and High Angle Mode. An anti-reflective coating is applied to the screen for easier viewing in direct sunlight and the Intelligent LCD function automatically adjusts the screens brightness according to shooting conditions.Optical Image Stabilization - MEGA O.
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We'll be taking the camera on a trip to the lake in a week, so we'll see how it holds up with the sand and murky water, but so far I am more than pleased with this little camera, especially for the price! Can't wait to take it out and play with it some more.
EDIT: Used this camera on a trip in pools, lakes, and rivers. Had a blast. Got some great shots in the water, above the water, canoeing, kayaking, and even in a water feature fountain thing for the kids to play in, all with no worries about water leakage. I do recommend purchasing a floating wrist strap because the camera itself doesn't float if you drop it in deep water. Even in the lake and river the pictures came out great, though you need to be close to your subject in dirtier/murkier water. After a month and a couple weeks, I'd say it's already earned its keep for the price I paid. I think we took somewhere around 1600 photos on a two week trip with this little camera, and 99% of them were fantastic. I also bought an extra extended life battery, and with constant shooting, I did need to change the batteries about once a day. But, I take a LOT of photos.
EDIT2: After reading some of the other reviews here, I think something needs to be said - this is NOT an expensive, professional level camera. It isn't being sold as one, because it's not. No, you are not going to get perfect pictures every single time. You're not going to get perfectly clear-as-day underwater photos (although you will get some awesome ones). This is a point-and-shoot camera that you can take in the water with you. If you expect more than point-and-shoot quality, you should not buy this camera. But understand you will spend more money on something else. For the average user, it is an absolutely fantastic camera for the price. You can take it anywhere, it fits in your POCKET (how nice is that?) and it will stand up to being dropped, getting wet, getting cold, etc. Take it on your family vacation without worrying about it. Now try to do that with a $3000 professional camera. Also, for people saying the quality sucks, I have blown up some of the photos from this camera to 16x20 prints and hung them on the wall. I certainly can't tell they were taken with a $140 camera, and neither can anyone else.
However, with my last outing, a HUGE amount of moisture seeped into the camera over the course of the day, making all my photos very foggy. Checking the seals, I found everything was in order (no sand, no grit, locking mechanism properly engaged).
The camera is supposed to have a 1 year warranty and I have contacted Panasonic. I will update this review accordingly, based on what I learn from them. For now, I've given it a 2 star rating due to this problem.
UPDATE: It has been 4 days since I emailed Panasonic, and have heard nothing from them. I've downgraded my rating to 1 star, and will attempt contact via chat or phone (which I hate .... ) Will update this review if I hear anything.
2nd UPDATE: Panasonic has totally ignored all contact that I've tried, so basically, zero customer service. The fogging up problem continues ... it clears up easily enough by removing the camera's battery and SD card, leaving the door to that slot open, and letting the camera sit at room temperature for a few days. But with the next usage, the problem returns.
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