Another day, another camera. Panasonic today revealed their new Lumix DMC-F3 camera at CES 2010. This device is an entry-level camera, made for consumers who want to take photographs, not become photographers. It has a 12.1" MP lens with 4x optical zoom and auto-scene mode. It can record HD video in 720p at 30 fps and has a 28 mm wide-angle lens and an extra optical zoom function that boosts its zoom to 7.8x.
The Lumix has intelligent ISO control, which helps to cap motion blur and remove unwanted red-eyes. It's got face detection to help you focus, and an intelligent scene selector to make your shooting all the easier. The DMC-F3 can take SDXC memory cards, including Panasonic's new 48 GB and 64 GB cards. This camera will be available in silver and black.
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