Panasonic Lumix FZ7 - Image Stabiliser|
According to Yin Wong: "We find the overall image quality of the Panasonic FZ7 to be very good to excellent with lots of detail. Noise is very low at ISO 80 though chrominance noise may be slightly visible in the shadows when viewing the images at full size on screen. The Panasonic FZ7 has a 12x optical zoom lens for very clear and detailed images. It's one of the longest reach in consumer digital cameras, plus it comes with a very effective image stabilization, which helps to reduce camera shake when hand holding at long focal lengths."
Panasonic DMC-FZ7 - Auto focus and Noise reduction
Yin Wong continues: "AF is fast (especially when using the 1-area High Speed AF) and works very well even in low-light. In extreme low-light, the AF Assist Lamp kicks in automatically (if you've set it ON in the menu) to help achieve focus. Auto focus is very accurate and locks without hunting even at the extreme long end of the zoom. The Panasonic FZ7 has special noise reduction (NR) algorithms that automatically kicks in at shutter speeds of 1 sec. and slower and you'll notice aprox. twice the processing time before the next picture can be taken." You want to learn more about the Panasonic Lumix camera? Rread the Panasonic FZ7 review at Photoxels.
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