Panasonic Lumix FZ72. 20mm Ultra Wide-angle. and Powerful. 60x Optical Zoom.
The DMC-FZ72 features stunningly versatile LUMIX DC VARIO 20mm ultra wide-angle lens with a 60x optical zoom (35mm camera equivalent: 20-1200mm) making it possible to capture dynamic landscape and wild animals or birds distant away.
Panasonic DMC FZ72 user guide pdf. The great Lumix series
The 20mm ultra wide angle lens captures approx. 140% wider angle of view compared with a 24mm angle of view.
The 16.1 megapixel High Sensitivity MOS sensor is newly integrated in the DMC FZ72. Together with the high performance image processing LSI Venus Engine, it elevates the response, sensitivity and image quality of the DMC-FZ72 even to the higher level.
Integrating the high speed digital signal output technology, the camera shoot 9 fps in 16.1-megapixel full resolution with mechanical shutter and 5 fps with continuous AF.
Total control of your 16.1 MOS sensor from the advanced menu
It also contributes to the Light Speed AF. Together with the quick start-up time, the Panasonic DMC never misses the most fleeting shooting opportunities.
The FZ72 integrates HDR in the Scene Mode. Several still pictures consecutively shot at different exposure levels are overlaid to produce a single composite picture without whiteout (over-exposure) or blackout (under-exposure).
In the iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode, the camera does all the work, leaving you free to compose shots and capture moments in both photo and video recording.
In addition, the iA Plus Mode enables you to adjust defocusing area, exposure compensation and white balance by just moving the slider.
The DMC FZ72 is equipped with 0.2 inch EVF (Electronic Viewfinder) that features 202,000 dot equivalent HD, 100% field of view
Thanks to the increased frame rate from 30 fps to max. 60 fps, image lag is also minimized making it suitable for shooting fast-moving subject under strong sunlight.
In short, an advanced camera with endless possibilities. And the best thing to do in depth is to study the operating instructions from the first to the last page.