The widely-acclaimed TZ series are beloved for their ability to combine outstanding performance and imaging capabilities in small, travel-friendly bodies. The new LUMIX DMC-TZ60 continues that fine tradition and it is already reaping accolades, including being awarded with the Photo Review “Editor’s Choice” and scoring an overall rating of 8.8 out of 10.

The TZ60’s houses a powerful zoom lens, Live Viewfinder and Wi-Fi®/NFC, GPS in a body that is slim enough to fit in your shirt pocket, making it the perfect travel companion. But that’s not the end of the story.

TZ60-Photo-Review-smlThis exceptional new model also features significant manual control upgrades that are sure to excite creative photography enthusiasts, such as RAW compatibility and Focus Peaking. While pocket-sized, the TZ60 shows no compromise on optical technologies, incorporating a 24mm ultra wide-angle 30x zoom LEICA lens into its slim, flat body.

In addition, the TZ60 offers advanced HYBRID O.I.S.+ (Hybrid Optical Image Stabilizer Plus) which effectively suppresses hand movement in both photo and Full-HD video recording. A built-in LVF (Live View Finder) with 200k-dot equivalent resolution and 100% field of view is also set to impress, bringing stable framing and high visibility to every shot – even under strong sunlight!

Of course, great photos were meant to shared and the TZ60 shines in this regard. Wi-Fi® and NFC technology allow instant image sharing, as well the ability to utilise a smartphone or tablet as a secondary monitor.

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TZ60 nabs Photo Review “Editor’s Choice” honour.

Lumix DMC-TZ60 press release.

Lumix DMC-TZ60 product page.

TZ60-blog

 

One Comment on this article

  1. elizabeth phillips says:

    Have just reserved this camera at BJ HIFI – ready
    for a trip to Africa. Light weight and small enough
    to put in handbag or pocket but big performance. Really looking forward to capturing animals. Eliz.

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