The Panasonic Lumix DMC LS85 is one of the cheaper digital cameras available from one of the leading brands. In terms of features and design it falls into line with a number of other cameras in this price bracket. It is a little large for fitting into a pocket, has a body made of plastic and runs on two AA batteries panasonic ac 1.5 ton 3 star. Compared to some of the more stylish, pocket sized cameras the Lumix DMC LS85 could be said to have a slightly old fashioned look. One advantage of its larger size is that it can make the camera easier to get a hold of. This is especially true for someone with larger hands. Another aid to holding the camera steady is the raised, grip area on the front of the camera. A steadier hold leads to sharper photos.
The Lumix DMC LS85 proves you do not need to pack as many megapixels as possible onto a sensor to take a decent photo. Maybe its my imagination, but I have been noticing that I have been seeing just as good, if not better picture quality from digital cameras with fewer megapixels of late. The Lumix DMC LS85 has 8 megapixels. This is enough for some pretty large prints if you so choose.
In general I found this camera was able to produce a decent photo in most situations. It did not seem to matter a great deal if the zoom was fully extended, was not being used at all or was somewhere in the middle. As i have noticed with other Panasonic digital cameras the colours were strong, providing plenty of punch to blue skies and green foliage.
The 4x zoom lens is inline with most of the current crop of entry level digital cameras. Panasonic has also included a feature called extra zoom. This allows you to boost the amount of zoom available to you when shooting at lower resolutions. In this case the maximum amount of zoom available is 6. 4x if you reduce the number of megapixels down to below 3 megapixels.
Compared with other similar digital cameras Panasonic has packed in a fair number or features even if it is short or bells and whistles. The 2. 5 inch LCD screen is more or less as small as they come these days. It is worth noting though that the Lumix DMC LS85 includes image stabilisation. This is one of the cheapest cameras I am aware of to offer this feature. Panasonic has included an intelligent auto mode. By switching to this mode the number of menu options available is reduced and the camera becomes even easier to use.
As with other cheaper cameras compromises need to be made. In the case of the Lumix DMC LS85 these include a loss of detail in the lighter areas of a photo where there is a high degree of contrast in the scene and a slower than average response time when pressing the shutter button and waiting for the picture to be taken. In fact if you are looking to fire off a couple of photos with the flash unit turned on the camera is very slow indeed. The Panasonic TC-P50G10 plasma TV is one of the latest entry to the plasma TV market and it brings with it some significant and improved changes. The 50-inch HDTV boasts improved picture qualities with detailed images, deep blacks, improved brightness, an anti reflective screen, improved color details and lower power consumption compared to many if its predecessors. With the use of the latest Panasonic’s Neo PDP technology, the improved overall image quality is just amazing.
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The interface on the Panasonic TC-P50G10 plasma TV is very user friendly and easy to navigate. Some of its connection ports include 3 HDMI inputs, a Sd card slot to stream digital photos and a PC AV input. Considering its feature set and great video quality, the Panasonic TC-P50G10 plasma TV is very reasonably priced. It has thus far received many raving reviews from experts all around the world. This model is often touted as the best HDTV (of its class) of 2009.