If you are searching for a stable and powerful digital camera, then you will want to turn to Panasonic, who has been creating these type of cameras for several years. Panasonic is the industry-leader when it comes to digital camera technologies, and with state-of-the-art technologies, all of your photographs will turn out as works of art. The Panasonic 12.1 Megapixel Digital Camera, Model: DMC-ZR1K has been outfitted with a powerful optical sensor, decent zooming capabilities and a sleek design to provide you the ability to brilliantly capture all of your memories. The average price tag for this Panasonic Digital Camera is $280, and while this is expensive for a compact camera, the stable features and technologies are worth every penny.
Picture Quality: 4.5/5 Stars
Image Technologies: 4/5 Stars
User-Friendliness: 4.5/5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Stars
Main Features and Technologies:
This unique Panasonic Digital Camera has some of the best features within the industry. Some of my personal favorite features include the Face Recognition feature as well as the Face Detection feature. These two features will ensure that no matter how many people you’re taking a picture of, it will always be perfectly focused and framed. Some of the other features include the Optical Image Stabilizer, which will ensure that every photograph you take is perfectly crisp and free of any noise or distortion. One of the coolest features this Panasonic Digital Camera has is the Intelligent Scene Selection feature. This unique feature will automatically select the appropriate scene for your shooting environment. While you will be able to manually change these scenes, it will ensure that every picture that is taken has the appropriate aperture and exposure.
This Panasonic Digital Camera comes with 12.1-Megapixels. This is an extremely high megapixel count, which will allow you to enjoy full and vivid images. If you plan on enlarging any of these photographs, then you will be able to do so without losing any picture quality or gaining graininess that other digital cameras will cause.
You will be able to capture photographs in different aspect ratios, depending on how much detail and quality you want the pictures to contain. For still images you are able to choose between 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 aspect ratios. When you are recording an image, you will be able to choose between a 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratio. All videos that are recorded will be done so in 30 fps (frames per second) formatting, which will ensure they are ultra fluid and smooth.