Panasonic Lumix FZ62. The LUMIX FZ62 is ideal for shooting sports events or moving images with extreme clarity.
Detailed features of Panasonic Lumix FZ62.
The Panasonic Lumix FZ62 is the direct successor of the previous model FZ48. Regarding the latter, improved megapixel count and power in the Intelligent Zoom. The FZ62 is equipped with 16 megapixels and can reach 48x, compared to 12 megapixels and 32x intelligent zoom of the FZ48.
Also evolves regarding the ability of high-resolution photographs able to perform with the High Speed Burst Shooting. In total, the Panasonic LUMIX FZ62 can make up to 10 consecutive images of a sequence in the maximum resolution of 16 megapixels. Shooting The answer is 1 second, allowing you to capture the scene of the image when the user presses the button.
It has a powerful 24x optical zoom can be increased to 48x with the Intelligent Zoom. Also, your lens is characterized by being of the prestigious Leica, a badge of identity that characterizes almost all Lumix. Nor need this camera the latest technology from Panasonic, such as IMAGENS Optical Stabilizer (OIS), the image processor Venus Engine, the only nano-coating lens surfaces developed by Panasonic that minimizes ghost and flare effects, and the popular iA (Intelligent Auto Mode), a great help in any shooting situation to obtain the best possible result automatically.
It incorporates 8 new creative ways that add to the 6 already had previous models. A total of 14 different options the user has to perform more artistic images such as panoramic photography mode. The FZ60 record video in Full HD and AVCHD / MP4 format with high quality stereo sound. However, the Lumix FZ60 is presented for users looking for a camera equipped with the latest technology.
The Creative Control / creative retouching can apply one of 14 artistic effects to the image before / after shot. You can adjust the settings for effect parameters in some effects. The iA Plus mode allows blur, adjust exposure compensation and white balance. With HDR (High Dynamic Range) images taken with different exposures are combined into one correctly exposed image with rich gradation.