Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000

  • Design: Bridge
  • Optical zoom: 16 x
  • Image sensor format: 1"
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3.6 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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30/09/2019
    Was a decent camera. Not perfect compared to DSLR but was convenient and 'compact' compared to a real camera with multiple lenses. BUT, after not quite 4yrs the zoom button suddenly stopped working. First it just did not zoom automatically but now it decides to zoom to max when turned on rendering the cam useless. Never been in extreme weather/used by a careful owner. Really disappointed with the quality for the $1000 price tag. Would not recommend.
    30/01/2019
      Have used the 4-5 times, bought in January on Netonnet. Think it is quite advanced and a lot to learn. If you are looking for really good stills, you should choose a system camera instead. It definitely gets approved but I compared with a friend the Canon EOS 800D and the stills (and flash images) got better and sharper on the Canon camera. The built-in flash gets approved but no more. If you are looking to film in 4k then the Panasonic FZ1000 is a fantastic alternative. That's where it shines. It also has mic input, although I think the built-in microphone is clearly approved. The camera is also a good option if you are interested in macro photo. Conclusion: It is a good all-round camera whose strong sides are 4k video and macro. Still images and flash images get approved but cannot be compared to a system camera.

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      08/06/2018
        Extremely good pictures. Easily o handle. Wifi to mobile only works sometimes

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        30/12/2016
          All cameras are a compromise, this has compromised with the size. This camera is in no way a compact camera, as it is more comparable to an SLR in size. The image sensor is significantly smaller than an SLR. What do you get? Well, you get a first-class "all-in-one -kamera" with a very competent objective, which only it had cost four times the money for a SLR, moreover, it had been four times larger and four times heavier. You get a speedy camera, packed with all the features you could possibly need including 4k video. The autofocus is the fastest I've experienced in a non-SLR. The viewfinder is wonderful to use, the camera lies comfortably in the hand and all the controls are where they should be. Is not it a bit plasticky, but it's better than a lot heavier camera. The only downside I can think of is that it lacks the touch, it is very easy to put the focus point with the touch when you got used to it, it is annoying not to be able to do it. I have previously had both SLR and a smaller compact 1 "sensor (Canon G7X, the same sensor as this). With the camera system, I always had the" wrong "lens with me and was constantly looking for better lens. With compact camera suktade I am always looking for more zoom options . this is for me the best compromise. and given that the successor FZ2000 cost twice as much, and the nearest competitor Sony RX10 II cost nearly 16,000, I think this is terrible affordable.

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          20/04/2015
            This has become my favorite camera with sharp fine details and colors at all focal lengths directly from the camera without image processing. The biggest positive surprise is nonetheless movie mode where you can pick out 8.2 MP crisp images and macro images with full zoom at one meter distance and focal length from 600 to 1000 mm where I got them best insect pictures I've ever seen from my cameras. I also have two SLRs with 20 MP sensor. They will probably lying at home in the future, this camera has all focal lengths, film and the macro of the same. A star deduction for the weight and size.

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