Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30T 7.2MP Digital Camera with 3.6x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom (Taupe)


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Price: $185.36
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The Panasonic DMC-FX30 combines 7.2-megapixel image recording with a superb, newly developed 28mm wide-angle Leica DC lens that features a 3.6x optical zoom(equivalent to 28-100mm on a 35mm film camera) and f/2.8 brightness. Dramatic downsizing by Panasonic makes the FX30 even slimmer and more compact than its predecessor, the FX07, while the Intelligent Image Stabilization system — which combines Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer) with Intelligent ISO Control — takes blur prevention to new heights. To further enhance usability, the FX30 also includes the new Quick Setting function, which lets you quickly and easily access and set the functions used most often. Despite its remarkably compact body and slim profile, the stylish FX30 boasts a 28mm wide-angle Leica DC lens that lets you fit more people in a photo when space is tight or capture beautiful portraits of people with sweeping scenery or large structures in the background. The FX30 also incorporates the Intelligent Image Stabilization system, which comprises two features — Mega O.I.S. and Intelligent ISO Control — that together make it easy to capture beautiful photos every time you shoot. Now recognised as a must-have feature for digital cameras, Mega O.I.S. compensates for the effects of hand-shake, making it possible to capture clear, crisp photos indoors, at night, or when taking macro close-ups — situations in which hand-shake is most likely to be a problem. Even Mega O.I.S., however, cannot suppress the motion blur caused by a subject moving as the photo is being snapped. That’s where Intelligent ISO Control comes in. In this system, the camera’s Venus Engine III image-processing engine detects whether the subject is moving and, as necessary, raises the ISO setting and shutter speed according to how fast the subject is moving and the light conditions. This happens automatically, so you can shoot without the bother of adjusting settings every time conditions change. Lumix and its powerful Intelligent Image Stabilization system do all the work for you. You enjoy easy, trouble-free shooting in any situation and get the satisfaction that comes with capturing clear, beautiful images. A carefully redesigned camera body makes the FX30 conveniently slim and even more stylish than previous models. It also boasts an approximately 27MB of built-in memory and accepts large-capacity SDHC memory cards, giving users more flexibility in shooting and recording. DMC-FX30 Highlights 28mm wide-angle Leica DC lens with f/2.8 brightness in a small, slim body With the DMC-FX30, Panasonic has packaged a newly developed 28mm wide-angle Leica DC Vario-Elmarit lens with f/2.8 brightness and a 3.6x optical zoom, plus a 7.2-megapixel CCD, into a body that is slim, stylish, and conveniently compact. Comprising seven elements in six groups, including five lenses with six aspherical surfaces, this advanced lens unit passes Leica’s stringent standards and delivers an exceptional optical performance. Further, in 3-megapixel resolution mode, the Extra Optical Zoom function uses the center part of the CCD to provide additional magnification, extending the zoom power from 3.6x to 5.3x. Intelligent Image Stabilization: Mega O.I.S. for hand-shake plus Intelligent ISO Control for motion blur Panasonic drew on its cutting-edge lens technology to invent Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer), an optical image stabilization system that prevents blurring from shaky hands — the leading cause of blurry images. With Mega O.I.S., it is easier than ever to capture clear, sharp, beautiful images when shooting indoor portraits, illuminated night scenes or even the scenery you see from a train window. While hand-shake is the single biggest cause of blurry images, it is not the only one. Another problem is the motion blur that can occur when a subject moves as the shot is being snapped. Incorporating Panasonic’s Intelligent ISO Control, Lumix cameras are the first in the world to fight motion blur by themselves. This system detects whether or not the subject is moving. If it is, the system automatically raises the ISO setting accordingly, allowing the camera to shoot at a higher shutter speed. If the subject is not moving, the camera shoots at a low ISO setting and captures beautiful, natural-looking images. Intelligent ISO Control is included as one of the corrections in certain scene modes used to shoot subjects that are often moving, such as Sports, Baby and the newly added Pet mode. Simply select the mode that best suits the subject, and Intelligent ISO Control provides the optimal corrections, making it easy to capture crisp, clear photos. With Intelligent Image Stabilization — Mega O.I.S. to compensate for hand-shake plus Intelligent ISO Control to prevent motion blur — Panasonic has taken image stabilization a leap forward and equipped the new Lumix DMC-FX30 with the industry’s most advanced countermeasures against blurring. High-quality, high-performance image-processing LSI: The Venus Engine III The DMC-FX30 features the Venus Engine III, Panasonic’s advanced image-processing engine that can record at a sensitivity setting as high as ISO 1250 with full resolution. Noise reduction is also greatly improved, with picture noise removed in stages during image processing. First, critical noise is roughly undraped and chromatic noise and luminance noise are separated. The chromatic noise, which has a greater effect on picture quality, is then selectively suppressed to a substantial degree. With its multi-task image-processing capability, the Venus Engine III also boasts outstanding response time. Shutter release time lag is as short as 0.005 second and the shutter interval is as short as 0.5 sec. This fast response makes it easy to capture sudden, spur-of-the-moment shots. In burst shooting mode, the DMC-FX30 can fire off three shots per second at full resolution. It also allows unlimited consecutive shooting — you can continue snapping shots until the SDHC/SD memory card is full. Bright, high-resolution LCD for easier shooting and more enjoyable playback The DMC-FX30 has a large, 2.5-inch LCD with full 207,000-pixel resolution for comfortable viewing both while monitoring shots and playing back the results. The pixel-mixed readout method used by the CCD automatically increases the brightness of the live image on the LCD, making it much easier to shoot in low lighting. Thanks to the Power LCD function, which boosts the LCD backlighting by 40 percent, even shooting outdoors in bright sunshine is no longer a problem. The High Angle mode, which can be accessed quickly and easily via a dedicated button, makes the LCD screen extremely easy to view when the camera is held high, such as to shoot over a crowd. Record clear, bright, wide-aspect VGA motion images — ideal for widescreen viewing In addition to recording standard VGA (640 x 480) motion images at 30 frames per second, the DMC-FX30 can record stunning wide-aspect VGA (848 x 480) motion images at 30 frames per second. These 16:9 motion pictures look extremely impressive on a widescreen TV. The pixel-mixed readout method used by the CCD enhances image brightness, so the pictures you see are clear, bright and beautiful. The DMC-FX30 also offers an exceptional function that lets you select and display thumbnails of nine sequential frames from a motion image. This is useful, as an example, for analyzing the way you swing a golf club or tennis racquet. Fast, easy auto focus The DMC-FX30 gives you a choice of five auto-focusing methods: 5-point, 3-point high-speed, 1-point high-speed, 1-point normal-speed, and spot. Choose the one that best suits the shooting conditions and position of the subject. The DMC-FX30 also adds an auto focus assist lamp that is helpful in low-light situations, when focusing can be difficult. The result is easy, stress-free shooting and the ability to capture sharply focused photos on a moment’s notice. Other advanced features The slim and stylish DMC-FX30 features approximately 27 MB of built-in memory, which can save the day should you happen to fill up or forget to take along a memory card. The functions and settings used most often, such as consecutive shooting, white balance adjustment, ISO level, image size and image quality (compression format) are quickly and easily accessed via the Quick Setting function. There’s no need to open menus to adjust them. The FX30 also accommodates large-capacity SDHC memory cards. A wide variety of scene modes, including the new Pet and Sunset modes, also make it easy to get beautiful photos in a range of photographic situations. Among these, Sports, Baby and the Pet mode take advantage of the Intelligent ISO Control as previously described, to let you get great results even if the subjects have unexpected motion. When used with the optional marine case housing, Underwater mode allows underwater shooting with optimal automatic settings that capture subjects and the surrounding water in beautifully natural colors. The Fun Continues Even When the Shooting Is Done With the DMC-FX30, the enjoyment of photography doesn’t end when you’re done shooting for the day. One additional function that broadens the fun of photography is Direct Print mode. To select it, simply turn the mode dial on the camera top. Then use a USB cable to connect the camera to a Pictbridge-compatible printer, and you’re ready to print beautiful photos. Print all the images you shot or only your favourites, and make one copy or multiple copies as you wish. When you turn the mode dial, the mode selected is indicated on the LCD. This lets you change the mode to recording, playback or direct printing without taking your eyes off the subject. Also interesting is the new Date Stamp function. In addition to showing the date a photo was taken, the FX30 can show on which day of the trip a photo was taken. It can also stamp your baby’s age in months on a photo, after you’ve taken the shots. These dates, which can be helpful when making a photo album, can be stamped on photos whether you print them yourself at home or have a photo shop do them. And with the optional Panasonic DMW-SDP1 HDTV Photo Player, it’s easy to have a slide show of Lumix images in 1080i high-definition quality. By simply connecting the SDP1, via a component cable, to a high-definition TV such as a Panasonic Viera, and inserting the SDHC/SD memory card into its slot, users can view their photos on a large display together with family or friends. Like Lumix cameras, the DMW-SDP1 incorporates the Venus Engine III imaging engine. This provides extremely quick advancing from one slide to the next. It also allows playback of wide-aspect VGA (848x 480) motion images that fit an HDTV’s 16:9 screen.

7.2-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 15 x 20-inch prints
3.6x image-stabilized optical zoom; 2.5-inch LCD display
Intelligent ISO Control (I.I.C.) reduces image blur from subject movement and low light
Records full-size movies in wide-aspect VGA (848 x 480) at 30 frames per second
Stores images on SD/SDHC/MMC memory cards; 27MB internal memory is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to


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