Panasonic Lumix ZS7 Is World's Smallest Superzoom Digital Camera

Posted: Jan 26 2010, 6:10am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:03pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

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Panasonic has unveiled a new superzoom digital camera this week called the Lumix ZS7. The digital camera has a 25mm ultra wide angle Leica lens and a 12x optical zoom. The optical zoom is also operable in the video recording mode as well as still shot mode.

The sensor of the camera is a 12.1MP unit and it has integrated GPS for geotagging of images with location data. The little camera can record HD resolution video using AVCHD Lite software. Panasonic uses sonic Speed AF system on the camera that allows it to focus and activate the shutter in as little as 0.006 seconds.

The camera uses a 3-inch rear LCD and has lots of automatic settings modes. The settings include Happy Mode, High Dynamic, compatibility, Video Divide, and more. The camera can shoot 340 images per charge. Pricing is unannounced at this time.

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