Here’s the Panasonic Lumix TZ10 aka ZS7 Photo Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Panasonic Lumix TZ10 aka ZS7 review for more about the camera as well.
Gallery photos taken by Brad Soo – April 22nd, 2010
Clicking on the photo thumbnails will open up a full-sized version of the photo, taken straight out of the camera with no editing or post-processing done. Be warned that the file sizes of full photos are very large and may take time to load. All photos were taken at full resolution, Normal quality, optical image stabilization on and using the camera’s default settings unless otherwise noted.
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Maybe it’s just me but I find the TZ10 samples SOFT, HAZY, WASHED OUT, and the colors poorly saturated. Compared to a ‘lesser’ compact model like the canon s90 the latter’s sample fotos just jump out the screen and slap you on the face with its sheer brilliance and clarity. Perhaps the TZ10 is the emperor with new clothes. Somebody please refute me because I sorely want to buy a TZ10.
I too was worried about the color saturation issue, as my current camera was a Canon 790 with great color saturation. Not too worry….very little difference if any that I can see. AND…it’s a wide angle, IS in the zoom, great lens….love this camera. The new Canon which I tried at length in a camera store was very annoying as each time you turned it on up flipped the flash. anyway….I’d buy another Lumix. Do watch battery time if you have the GPS on. (fun to transfer the photos on the road to our ipad…they locate by gps on a map….btw, gps re-check once an hour automatically…and I assume there’s a way to force a gps re-check…just learning this camera.