Panasonic Introduces its New Range of Lumix Cameras at CES 2013
With good image quality and a variety of characteristics, not entirely novel, among which include a 20x optical zoom , video recording 50p Full HD connectivity and Wi-Fi , this camera is designed for consumers who looking for a camera that has some of the most important features on the market today without sacrificing compact size.
This new device, which claims to be one of the thinnest in the world in its sector, this design too simple, but elegant in a choice of three different colors: black, silver and white.
The Panasonic Lumix ZS30 has features that provide proper performance in any environment, no matter what time of day or night picture is taken, the camera will guarantee good results due to its ultra-wide-angle 24 mm Leica , you will need to compete in the market with the new Pentax MX-1 .
If the camera is used at dawn, dusk or midday sun, with its 18.1 megapixels and sensitivity MOS sensorin the new processor Venus Engine , will ensure, according to the company, clear images in any situation
The main new feature that offers the most powerful version of the new family, the Panasonic Lumix ZS30 is the incorporation of technology NFC , thanks to which we transfer our pictures to any compatible device by touch. Many smart devices with Android or Windows have this type of feature, so it almost certainly will not have any compatibility problems with relatively recent products.
Marc Sorkin, senior manager of marketing for Panasonic , said at the launch of the new company’s flagship camera:
We believe the new Lumix ZS30 can be one of the best compact cameras on the market. In any environment, the Lumix ZS30 can capture those moments with great quality and thanks to its Wi-Fi capability, the camera will allow users to store and share your pictures easily.
The Panasonic Lumix ZS30 will be available in stores worldwide in late March in black, silver and white.
Panasonic has also launched the new Lumix ZS25 , a camera that has the same characteristics as the ZS30 but with a smaller density resolution in 16.1 megapixels and without the presence of Wi-Fi.
The Panasonic Lumix ZS25 will be available in stores back in late March in black and titanium.