Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 Review

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  • Image Quality

  • Battery Life

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  • Ease of Use

  • Value For Money

Guest's review of Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7

“I'm still fairly new to using this camera, to be...”

Written on: 14/04/2011

I'm still fairly new to using this camera, to be honest it is quite difficult to grasp the features because there are so many (which isn't a bad thing)!



Best thing about this camera is the video. The quality is phenomenal, just as if you were there.



Only down side to this camera is the battery life. I took it to a weekend trip and the battery died by the afternoon of the 2nd day! If you want to buy a new battery it won't come cheap either - around £35!



Accessories don't come cheap either and I do think it's a necessity, for example, bag or cover, or tripod stand.



Overall I definitely would recommend it. At the time of purchase it was the best one for me but now I think there could be better ones available overall.

  • Features

  • Ease of Use

  • Value For Money

  • Battery Life

  • 6 - 12 Months

    Time Digital Camera Owned

  • Image Quality

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Sheena1001's Comment

Written on: 23/07/2011

I love this camera, only issue is it can eat batteries!
Got mine from PC world and a spare battery from them was £44.00 so I never got one, seen them on line and on eBay fro lease than £20.00 so might invest before next holls

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Holiday Rep's Comment

Written on: 06/05/2012

One very good tip with regard to particularly batteries but also a number of other items that can be used as accessories with Panasonic cameras.
There are a number of companies who manufacture items that will also fit most Panasonic camera, batteries I have found for my camera would cost £40 but you can buy an equivelant for around £15 - The only caveat is they don't show what power is left on the cameras screen - If you use your original battery and just use the cheaper one to fall back in in case or emergency.
Lenses and a number of other items are available but you do need to make sure that you investigate fully and only order the correct thread sizes and other values like x2, x4, x5 for lenses etc.
You really can save a fortune if you look in the right places.

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