Our review partner Digital Trends published a review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50.
Quote form the review: "Some things just go together like Brad and Angelica, peanut butter and jelly, Madonna and controversy. And then there are things that aren't so buddy-buddy like digital cameras and Wi-Fi. In theory it sounds wonderful. You take your shots, find a hot spot then upload your images to friends and family. Gee, it sounds just like snapping a shot with your cell phone and zipping photos to your buddies-without tracking down a hot spot. And that's just one of the issues-who wants to spend time uploading huge digicam files while sipping a Doubleshot on Ice to those same pals or trying to see if you've subscribed to XYZ hot spot just to log-on? And then there are our "friends"-those lovable SSID and WEP key numbers. With cell phones so handy, it's no wonder Wi-Fi enabled cameras have gone nowhere as Canon and Nikon have tried unsuccessfully to foist this feature on the public. Now it's Panasonic's turn to see if they can overcome the many obstacles and design a Wi-Fi digicam that's appealing to those beyond uber-geeks. At least they started off with a solid foundation-the popular TZ series of compact cameras with potent 10x zooms. Let's see if it does the job or it's just an overpriced digicam."
Read the full Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 Review.
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