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Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ10 Camera review | Control
A digital camera such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 is first of all meant for ease of use. It is the ease of taking it with you, but also the ease of operation and photography. It all seems very logical, but in practice we still keep running into illogical menu arrangements or strange techniques that have to be acquired before you can photograph intuitively with the camera. Panasonic has quite a few years of experience and has contributed positively to the ease of use.
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iA mode on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10
The pictograms on the setting dial may not be understood by everyone right away, but everyone will notice the red iA setting right away. The iA mode is an advanced and intelligent program mode. In a nutshell, what it comes down to is that you don’t have to do anything else while in this mode, than make a composition and shoot. In most cases that is how it is, but Panasonic’s iA mode goes further than that. It effortlessly anticipates difficult lighting situations such as backlight, and scenes are also automatically recognized. In practice, it generates exceptionally well-lit shots, it becomes very tempting to shoot in the iA mode all the time.
Panasonic Lumix TZ10 camera menu
It is, moreover, also possible to choose your own scenes. Additionally, you can of course get creative and live it up with aperture and shutter speed settings. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 has two menus, an extended menu and a so-called Quick menu. The former offers a view of the entire selection of settings and functions, which is an impressive amount, and the Quick menu gives you direct access to the settings that are used most often. Think of ISO, white balance, GPS, AF mode, lighting, etc. Of course the Quick menu works faster in practice.
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