Panasonic TZ40 and TZ35 camera, Autofocus Fast and also Wi-Fi
Pocket super zoom digital cameras from Panasonic have long since a reference point for lovers of category. Now, a year after the launch of the previous models, come the new Panasonic Lumix TZ40 and TZ35. Two compact that closely resemble, in design and technical features. To decouple the sensor, the Lumix TZ40 is a more expensive MOS 18.1 megapixels, while the Lumix TZ35 is always of high sensitivity MOS, from 16.1 megapixel and Wi-Fi connectivity (allows the transfer of images to a smartphone for network sharing and even control the camera from a distance), only offered by the TZ40. The innovative NFC simplifies and speeds up the exchange of photos and videos with compatible devices at the touch of a button. Photos and videos can also be uploaded to the cloud service LUMIX Club Cloud Sync.
Cameras particularly suitable for travel photos, the new Lumix offer a powerful zoom LEICA DC (20x): 24-480 mm equivalent with maximum aperture of f / 3.3 to 6.4.
So a 24mm wide-angle lens for interiors and a tele considerable, almost 500mm.
The equipment includes the processor Venus Engine, the Image Stabilizer POWER OIS, with correction on 5 axes (for video), integrated GPS (includes compass and altimeter). E ‘can record video in Full HD AVCHD 1920×1080 50p.
Panasonic presents them as “compact fast”, with short focus system (Light Speed AF) below the tenth of a second and top speed in continuous shooting mode, 10 frames per second.
On the back of the machine there is a 3-inch LCD display with a resolution of 920,000 dots.
New High Dynamic Range function allows you to automatically capture natural images even if taken against the light.
Panoramic Shot mode allows you to take panoramic images in the simplest way: by turning the camera on.
Creative Control and Creative Retouch functions include a number of creative ways, such as the effects Soft Focus, Toy and Retro. High Speed Video mode allows you to capture video in super slow motion.
The prices of the Panasonic TZ40 and TZ35 – offered in 3 colors: black, silver and red – were not, for the time being communicated.