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PANASONIC LUMIX ZS200 15X Leica DC Lens with Stabilization, 20.1 Megapixel, Large 1 inch Low Light Sensor (DC-ZS200S USA Silver)

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  • 输入电压:100-110V
  • 大 2.54 厘米传感器 20.1 万像素大传感器拍摄更明亮、更彩色的照片(大 12800 ISO)。
  • LEICA DC 15 倍镜头领先光学变焦性能与明亮的 F3.3 6.4 孔径可实现柔和的散焦背景效果。(24 360 毫米,5 轴混合 O.I.S.+)
  • 创意控制场景模式、过滤模式、增加创造力,而传统光圈和快门优先模式允许背景散焦或消除运动模糊。
  • 4K 具有 4K 视频 30p、4K 照片和 4K Live Crop 将 4K 帧捕捉变成照片。焦点区域正常:宽 50 厘米 / 长100 厘米。对焦区域自动对焦微距/MF/智能自动/动作图片:宽 3 厘米 / 长100 厘米 电子取景器加上触摸式液晶显示屏,更易控制图像浏览。
    • [Larger 1 Inch Sensor] 20.1 Megapixels large sensor for brighter and more colorful photos (12800 Max ISO).
    • [LEICA DC 15x Lens] Leading class optical zoom performance with a bright F3.3 - 6.4 aperture for soft defocus background effects. (24-360mm, 5 Axis Hybrid O.I.S.+)
    • [Creative Control] Scene modes, filter modes, adds creativity while traditional aperture and shutter priority modes allow for background defocus or eliminate sports motion blur.
    • [4K Features] 4K Video 30p, 4K PHOTO, and 4K Live Crop turn 4K frame capture into photography.
    • [Electronic Viewfinder] plus a touch-enabled LCD for greater control and easier image viewing.

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  • 制造商是否已停产 ‏ : ‎ 不是
  • 商品尺寸 ‏ : ‎ 11.13 x 4.52 x 6.63 cm; 298 克
  • 制造商 ‏ : ‎ Panasonic
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B079QNXFCC
  • 型号 / 款式 ‏ : ‎ DC-ZS200S
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Not Perfect but a Major Step Forward
2016年5月1日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Not Perfect but a Major Step Forward
评论于 2016年4月30日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I wanted this camera badly, so I bought it a day or two after it became available. It was through Amazon, but the order was fulfilled by Focus Camera. The ZS100 arrived in a few days (seemed a little slow on the shipping) and immediately there were problems out of the box. I got lots of error messages just trying to do the initial setup. I did get it set up and took a couple of photos, but was getting error messages and freeze ups every minute or so. So the same day I received it, I shipped it back to Focus Camera for a refund. Once the camera arrived at Focus, the refund was slow in coming and I was not reimbursed for the return shipping. I eventually got the refund and Amazon reimbursed for the shipping after I complained.

The camera was in short supply and I wanted it badly for an upcoming assignment (a paying photography gig), so I ordered a replacement from Adorama. That one came promptly with a carton full of accessories -- and the camera worked perfectly out of the box. On to the review of the Panasonic ZS100:

I like it... I really like it. I have had several Panasonic ZS series cameras starting with the ZS7, but the last one I got (the ZS50) was not nearly as good as I expected. It's photos were just fair at best, although video was pretty good. I loved the size and the long zoom (30x) but the lens added distortion and artifacts, especially when zoomed all the way in. I knew what I needed: I wanted to trade some zoom length for a bigger sensor. That's exactly what the ZS100 is, and it works much as I expected.

The Panasonic ZS100 has a "1-inch" sensor, which works out to a diagonal of about 16mm. That doesn't sound that big, but it has something like four times the area of the sensor in the ZS50 (which is a 1/2.3 inch sensor). More area means bigger pixels that have better light gathering ability, which means lower noise and higher resolution from less optical interference. This sounds complex, but I can tell you that it works -- the ZS100 takes much better photos and much better video than the ZS50. Of course, it costs quite a bit more.

What I like about photos from the ZS100:

-Excellent clarity and color
-Much better in low light than a small-sensor camera. The ZS100 really is usable to ISO1600.
-The flash on the ZS100 is excellent. It's a pop-up flash that lines up with the lens almost exactly, eliminating ugly flash shadows.
-Even though the lens is f5.9 when zoomed all the way in, I still get excellent bokah. Check one of my images below.
-At 20 megapixels, there is plenty of resolution for my applications, which includes magazine publishing.

What I don't like about photos from the ZS100:

-The lens is not as good as the removable Panasonic lenses I have for my GX8 Micro-FourThirds camera. Lens quality seems to be the limiting factor on the ZS100
-The auto focus doesn't always find the right focus, even when the subjects are in the clear and seemingly obvious.

I want to re-iterate what I said about the flash on the ZS100: This is the best flash I have seen on a pocketable camera, and I have owned about 10 such cameras over the years. It reaches out 15 feet or so with good illumination and the results look natural. Because it's a pop-up flash, it is virtually impossible to accidentally cover it with a finger. (It was much too easy to accidentally cover the flash on the ZS50.)

I complained about the autofocus on the ZS100 and you might think that I could just use manual focus. I do use manual focus and it is easy to use, but it's just not as fast as touching the shutter button to get a focus. I love that the ZS100 has a convenient manual focus, which I find especially useful for video shooting -- more about that in a moment.

As for my photography assignment, I completed it with the ZS100 with good results. A couple of these photos are shown below.

Now onto the ZS100's video capabilities. I actually shoot video more than I do photos, so I was really excited to get the ZS100 for its 4K video capability.

Here's what I like about the Panasonic ZS100's video:

-4K video quality is excellent, and HD (1080p) is even better.
-The format the ZS100 uses for 4K video (100 Mbps MP4) plays back on all my computers with minimal complaint. I can even take the raw video files and play them on my Hisense 4K TV. That has a REAL "wow" factor!
-When shooting 4K video, the lens works out to be 37mm to 370mm, and I like the 370mm telephoto. Having 37mm at the wide end is not so good.
-Although no one has mentioned it that I've seen, the ZS100 will record 1080p at 120 fps for nice slow motion. Yes, it will do 120 fps at 1080p -- very nice. When shooting at 1080p, either slow-motion or normal speed, the zoom range is 31mm to 310mm.

Here's what I don't like about the ZS100's video:

-Again, the lens is not as good as the MUCH more expensive lenses I have for the Panasonic GX8. As with photos, the lens quality limits the ultimate quality of the images. They just don't look quite as pristine as the photos and videos I get from the GX8, although the ZS100 does fine with both. (The cheapest lens I have for the GX8 costs as much as the ZS100 camera, so this is not a surprise.)
-There's no jack for external audio.
-Having the widest shot be 37mm (31mm at 1080p).

For a pocketable camera, the ZS100 does a great job with photos and video, although a tick below the similarly priced Panasonic LX100. On the other hand, the LX100 has just a 3x lens, although higher quality... decisions, decisions.

Ergonomics and handling:

The ZS100 is chunkier and noticeably heavier than the ZS50. The ZS100 will easily fit in a jacket pocket and will even go in a roomy pants pocket, but you'll notice it. I carried it for four days at a big convention, where I took dozens of photos for publication. It was in the pocket of my sport coat and was not a problem there at all.

The 3-inch touch screen display on the ZS100 is excellent, and I quickly adapted to the touch screen after not having one on the ZS50. The ZS100 also has a small but useful eyepiece (electronic) viewfinder that is wonderful when shooting outdoors or when I need the added stability of holding the camera to my face. The eyepiece viewfinder has just enough pixels to be useful -- as far as I can tell, the ZS100's eyepiece viewfinder is identical to the viewfinder on the ZS50.

The other buttons and controls on the ZS100 are in logical locations, although there is a knob on top of the camera that I don't really see the need for. I can probably assign it to do something I regularly use, such as exposure, but I haven't yet done that. It's just there and does nothing at the moment.

Overall, I like the size, photo quality and video quality of the ZS100 quite a bit. I wish the auto focus was better, but I very much enjoy the lower noise and higher sensitivity of the ZS100, as compared to the ZS50. It does exactly what I expected the larger sensor to do. And the flash -- I'm very happy with the flash on the ZS100, despite the fact that it shoots only straight forward and can't be pointed anywhere else.

Below are a couple photos from the ZS100. Amazon won't let me post a link to a video, but if you go to YouTube and search on my name (Bob Kovacs) and ZS100, you will find multiple videos that I've shot with the ZS100. I also have a l-o-n-g video review of the ZS100, and a comparison video: ZS100 vs. the Panasonic LX100. One nice recent video I shot with the ZS100 is on Arlington Cemetery on Memorial Day 2016. Go to YouTube and search on "arlington cemetery memorial day 2016 zs100" and you'll find it.

I recommend the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100, and appreciate Amazon's customer service for making right the initial problem I had.
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great compact camera for hiking
2022年4月24日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great compact camera for hiking
评论于 2022年4月24日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
The two uploaded photos are of the same section of landscape, one zoomed out (24mm) and the other fully zoomed in (360mm).

Review:

Got this to avoid carrying my dlsr and lenses on hikes, and to do time lapse of sunrises and sunsets.

Step 1: Throw away the (junk/out of date) user guide in the box right after you open it once to scan the qr code to download the excellent user manual.

Step2: Install (under the same cover as the battery) a 128gb or less SD card

Step 3: Charge the battery (charging port under the same small cover as the hdmi port)

Step 4: Set the wheel to iA+ (fully automatic shutter speed/exposure f stop) and if desired set the drive mode to burst with burst speed set to slow (2 shots per second if/while you hold down the shuttter release).

Step 5: Turn it on, point and shoot.

What actually prompted me to make this purchase is that I went on a great hike with views where I took a good number of pictures with my (decent) Samsung A71 5G UW smartphone Camera, but afterward found that the pictures didn't have anywhere close to sufficient resolution to want to print - or even share, *especially the zoomed in ones* - which was painfully dissapointing.

In comparison, the ZS200 displays markedly superior picture quality - staggeringly better when zoomed.

(Among other things, a good lesson/reminder on the merits of optical vs. digital zoom).

So far (10 days/1050 pictures later) I am overall quite pleased with this camera. The size, weight, picture quality and particularly the zoomed picture quality make the purchase price more than worth it for me. I remove the top portion of the camera case (not included, see below) when I go hiking, throw the cover strap over my shoulder and I'm finding it fairly quick to grab, turn on and shoot without having to remove the shoulder strap. After some practice, I find I am also able to do that one handed which is a plus, as I often have both my trekking poles in my other hand.

All that is to say I think I'll have a fair chance to get some opportunistic/fleeting shots of wildlife using this setup if and when they present themselves.

The camera does have a multitude of features and settings that I really haven't played with in the week or so since I got it, but it is quite a sophisticated piece of compact engineering.
It's fairly deep into "real camera" territory for those who want to manage their own depth of field/shutter speed etc, so don't mistake it for the severely limited point and shoots of yesteryear.

One note about time lapse that I couldn't find in the user manual:

If you use a shot interval > 30 seconds for time lapse photography, the camera will retract the lens barrel every shot, darken the display, then extend the lens barrel and turn on the display for the next shot.
I had to try different shot intervals to determine where the barrel stays put for the duration (<= 30 seconds) but when I originally set it to 150 shots at 1 minute intervals I observed the barrel extending and retracting each shot (150 times per time lapse series).
I for one don't want to put that much wear and tear on the lens barrel stepper motor and parts, so I'll only use 30 seconds or less for a time lapse interval, but it seemed like something Panasonic should have spelled out in their manual (searched and couldn't find anything about that operation).
Of note is I did have the lens set partially zoomed (~110mm) when I observed this, but I really don't believe that was a factor.

Also bought and reccommend

Mini Tripod for Camera,Zomei Travel Table Tripod with 3-Way Pan/Tilt Head 1/4 inches Quick Release Plate and Bag for DSLR Camera
(THIS TRIPOD IS ONLY 20.5" FULLY EXTENDED)

SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card - C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, SD Card

MegaGear Ever Ready Genuine Leather Camera Case Compatible with Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100, DC-ZS200
(IF YOU LIKE LEATHER, RETRO STYLE COVERS)

For me, the only downside (more aptly the cheap side) I will mention that the battery cover latch and the charging/hdmi port cover feel a bit flimsy to me, but I couldn't possibly justify dropping my review score by a star due to to those two largely aesthetic details.
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