Panasonic Lumix LZ7 Brief Review


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  • 7.2 megapixels
  • 6x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom
  • Auto focus and exposure
  • JPEG file format
  • ISO 100-3200
  • Movie mode
  • Panasonic MEGA Optical Image Stabilization
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • Secure Digital card memory (27MB internal)
  • 2 AA Batteries
  • Release Date: 2007-01-31
  • Final Grade: 83 4.15 Star Rating: Recommended

Panasonic Lumix LZ7
7.2 megapixels; 6x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom; Auto focus and exposure; JPEG file format; ISO 100-3200; Movie mode; Panasonic MEGA Optical Image Stabilization; 2.5-inch LCD; Secure Digital card memory (27MB internal); 2 AA Batteries
By , Last updated on: 9/29/2014

The LZ7 was released more than three years ago, so any newer, less expensive options are available. Try the Panasonic FH20, for example. Here's what we had to say about the LZ7 when it was released back in January 2007:

The Panasonic LZ7 is an affordable easy-to-use entry-level camera that's got plenty of kick. The 7-megapizel sensor is the new mid-range benchmark, and will provide for high-resolution photos and larger prints. Panasonic's MEGA Optical Image Stabilization will reduce blurs and jitters so you get the best possible shot every time. The LZ7 also features a unique 'Baby Mode,' which allows you to record the age of your child directly onto the photo. The camera also allows for normal timestamping as well.

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Panasonic also produces cameras that provide both a longer zoom range and image stabilization at a price that's relatively cheap. For photographers that need versatility in a small package, Panasonic digital cameras can provide many selections that are suitable. Having something for amateurs and serious enthusiasts at the same time, Panasonic offers a great selection of digital cameras, from ultra compacts to mirrorless cameras. They can be hard to compare because every camera comes with its own unique features and traits.

Panasonic cameras are perfect for consumers that prefer to use automatic modes. Almost all Panasonic cameras currently produced come with a feature called iAuto, which will automatically select the best scene mode for any subject. This feature, in combination with image stabilization will make it very easy for someone just starting out to take excellent photos.

Panasonic cameras are designed to be easy to figure out, giving the user easy access to settings, and users that have reviewed Panasonic digital cameras are quick to confirm this fact. When you opt for a Panasonic camera, you'll discover that it comes with an LCD screen, an optical zoom lens which is very versatile, and is both lightweight and fairly compact.

Panasonic's most popular models are their super zooms and mirrorless, with models ranging from cameras with huge zooms to mirrorless cameras earning the “smallest yet” distinction like the GM-1. They've been more focused on their mirrorless line lately, without introducing budget point-and-shoots in quite some time.

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