Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 4 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Silver

2" LCD - 12x Optical Zoom - 16 MB Secure Digital SD Card Included - 2304 x 1728 Image - 320 x 240 Video - MPN: DMCFZ10S
Product Details
Quick Glance
LCD Screen Size 2 in
Memory Card Support Secure Digital (SD) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Effective Megapixels 4 Megapixel
Camera Type Bridge Camera
Image Stabilization Optical
normalized-Optical Zoom 12
normalized-Weight 18.24
Expert Reviews
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10
2.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Jul 16, 2008

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS score of 1.99 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #317 standard digital camera of all time. The overall rating represents an intelligent balance of features, value as a function of price to features, and a summary of reviews from a variety of sources. The TopTen REVIEWS' formula gives a picture of important consumer features, market value, and a product's acceptance and track record as it relates to similar products.

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User Reviews
5 Star Review   By member N2706071 - Feb 7, 2005   

Strengths: LENSE, OIS, MANUAL FOCUS, MACRO MODE....

Weakness: NO RAW MODE, FOCUS IN LOW LIGHT

DESPITE ALL THE FLAWS, NOBODY WOULD GET SUCH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITHIN THIS PRICE. IN FACT IT COMBINES SO MANY UNIQUE AND ADVANCED FEATURES THAT EVEN BY PAYING MORE PRICE, NO COMPANY CAN DELIVER THOSE IN A SINGLE MODEL. EXTREMELY HAPPY. (COULD SOMEBODY TELL ME WHY MOST OF DIGITAL CAMERAS COULD NOT BE CHARGED WHILE BATTRY IS INSIDE? )

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2 Star Review   By member tveditor - Nov 9, 2004   

Strengths: nice lens, slr features

Weakness: inadequate flash, bulky

PLEASE HELP....anyone know if this camera has a "fully auto" feature? i cant find it, and limits its use for me. i need it for "candid" shots on the fly, no time to fiddle with knobs...thanks

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4 Star Review   By member DavidC8 - Nov 5, 2004   

Strengths: Takes outstanding pictures in daylight; 12x optical zoom really comes in handy to focus on the subject and to get rid of miscellaneous background; silver finish looks smart

Weakness: pictures taken in low light conditions are grainy even with the flash; delay between pushing the button and actual scene capture make it difficult to shoot moving objects

I took it on a trip to Asia and captured lots of excellet pictures. I know that the weakness which I listed are problems with digital cameras in general but I wish the instruction manual provided some tips to get around the problems. I suspect if I work with the aperature settings and not use the automatic mode I can probably get better pictures in low light conditions but I did not have time to experiment before I went on vacation. The ability to review the picture instantly is fantastic. This is probably old news to people who have had a digital camera before. The LCD screen is not bright enough to see in sun light so one has to use the eye piece. Zoom is easy to use and picture stabilization is great. No blurred pictures because your hand moved. Shooting movie is easy - but the size of the film clip is small. I would still use my video camera. Not able to zoom while shooting movie is not a problem becasue you can only get a short clip anyway. Just change the zoom when you re-start. I did not give it a 5 star rating because of the half second delay between when you push the button and when the image is captured. It caused me to miss several great shots when I tried to shoot flying birds. I thought I had them right in the middle of the shot I ended up with nothing. I can not say enough about the great quality of the pictures. The colors are vivid and auto-focus works well so that pictures are sharp. The battery works a long time. You can shoot lots of pictures in a day without worrying about the battery. With a 256mb SD card I got ~ 170 pictures with the hightest available picture size and the least compression. All in all it was a good purchase.

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4 Star Review   By member soft_answer_1096298129 - Oct 21, 2004   

Strengths: Leica 12x optical zoom. Optical Image Stabilizer. External flash. Good battery life. Manual mode, aperture and shutter priority. Price.

Weakness: Memory card is too small. Recommend replace 16mb with minimum 512mb 32x. Interanl Flash inadequate for any picture passed 10 feet.

My first digital camera was a fujifilm finepix 3800, just about automatic everything. Prior to that for 30 years I used a Minolta SRT101 with a 55mm and a 70-210mm Vivitar Series 1 Tele/Zoom/Macro. After using the fuji for 3 months, I started looking for a camera with more zoom, external flash and more user/manual modes. All searches I did lead back to the Panasonic FZ10. So far, I'm extremely pleased with it.

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5 Star Review   By member jhcolo - Aug 10, 2004   

Strengths: FAST Leica 12x lens, great photo quality, multiple size and quality photo settings, HDTV (wide-screen) setting, manual controls, long battery life, burst mode, auto bracketing, quality materials.

Weakness: Large for a digital camera - not a pocket shooter, focus requires careful attention especially at full zoom, lens hood (included) requires 72mm filters (somewhat hard to find), can't zoom movie mode.

I have had the pleasure of shooting with this camera for much of the last year and have found it to be a very capable advanced digicam. I continue to explore and discover capabilities by reading the manual (keep it with you as you use the camera - there are so many features...) and reading user sites and by shooting lots of pictures with the camera. I have shot many types of photos from landscapes to wildlife to weddings. The camera shines with them all. The built-in hot-shoe has allowed me to utilize an accessory flash very successfully to increase its flash power and versatility and to eliminate red-eye. I use the HDTV setting to take photos consistent with my widescreen notebook display and with my HDTV, which includes a built-in SD card reader and slideshow capability - a great way to review new shots or to display completed shows for family and friends. Burst mode is great for action and for wildlife shots - get a couple of BIG SD cards! Auto-bracket feature is very useful in difficult light conditions. Balancing the negative of its size and bulk is the ability to travel with just the camera without hauling the big bag of lenses as one often must with a non-digital camera - the LONG Leica zoom lens makes this camera an amazingly versatile all-in-one device. It consistently both supports and challenges me as a photographer. Most importantly, I have never been disappointed with the quality of the results I get using the DSC FZ-10. A pleasure to use and highly recommended! Wishes: Include a compact travel charger, better software, larger SD card, carrying case/bag, reasonable prices and availability of the (planned) Panasonic wide angle and telephoto adapters - current projected MSRP = $499 - each - OUCH!!!!

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4 Star Review   By member jpinkham - Jul 29, 2004   

Strengths: Great picture quality, easy to use, Image Stabilization, good feel.

Weakness: Hard to determine space remaining on card

I don't expect to use the manual focus and exposure features much, but it's nice to know they are there. So far I've taken about 50 pictures with either auto or portrait modes, plus several movies, and I'm very pleased with the quality. I was at an event where mine wasn't the only camera - afterwards, I copied all those .jpg files down to the card and viewed it all on my TV - very nice. I discovered that during movie recording, it displays seconds of recording time left on the card - this is the only way I've found to know how full the card is without connecting to a PC. Also, the manual is obviously the translation from the Japanese :) These are pretty minor issues with an otherwise fantastic piece of equipment.

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4 Star Review   By member outkilz - Jul 27, 2004   

Strengths: 12 x Optical Zoom with image stabilizer All accesories included to start

Weakness: can't zooom while recording a movie 16 mb sd card (included) too small

I just recently bought this camera, but the features it has are amazing. The zoom is just incredible, and the stabilizer works well. The first thing you need to buy is a larger sd card, the included one only holds around 7 high quality pictures. The camera is not one too hide in your pocket, its larger than most, but it feels great holding it, looks good too (silver one). I plan to buy some filters (~ 40 $) to protect the lens - dont want to harm it.

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5 Star Review   By member jac910 - Jul 22, 2004   

Strengths: 12x optical zoom, flash in low light

Weakness: Flash in medium light

I am happy to have made the jump from SLR to Digital with tha Z10. Though larger than most digital cameras, for SLR users it is realatively the same size, with out the necessity to change lens. The zoom has the equivalent of 420mm. Works well for candids and and performed well at a Nascar race from the 44th row at Dover. The flash elluminated a completly darkened room and made it look like daytime. There are times that when a flash is indicated that it appears to be too bright. The flash is automatic but does pop up when needed. You need to open and it will go off as needed. As stated above I am very happy with this camera. It taks freat photos even at lower settings. Reasonably priced and overall an excellent camera.

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4 Star Review   By member chuckadell - Jul 8, 2004   

Strengths: I wanted a camera that would bring the picture to the same size as I see with my eyes and when necessary closer, this was the only camera in my price range that even came close.

Weakness: slow to focus difficult to understand controls

I have been most impressed this camera, it has met the standards that I set and I would recommend it to anyone. I found it to take excellent pictures and its many features make it a bargain. C.S

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5 Star Review   By member BorntoSnap - May 30, 2004   

Strengths: Picture quality, image stabilization especially in low light conditions, ease of use, super zoom lens. Lots of features makes various photo conditions easy to shoot.

Weakness: A little heavy when worn for three weeks straight. Manual not easily understood, originally in Japanese and translation makes it hard to understand at times. Upgrade to bigger SD card necessary.

This is my first digital camera. I have used my husbands point and shoot a few times, but it is only 2 megapixels and very limited in features. Was taking a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Germany and my SLR had died. Received the camera only one week before I left and had little time to work with it due to heavy work load. Unpacked it the day I got it and immediately was able to take some fantastic pictures, without reading more than the first few pages of the manual. Read the complete manual on the plane. Was totally blown away by the quality and ease of use of this camera. Toured many castles and cathedrals where you could not use a flash or tripod. I took hand held pictures that are viewable, and some perfectly focused, at levels as low as 1/4 second due to the image stabilization. Zoom lens is fantastic, able to make even tiny adjustments and the macro setting is one of the best features. I got amazing closeups of wildflowers that look like you could touch them. I upgraded the SD card to a 256MG and was able to shoot for three days without changing, even with it set on the 4 megapixels and lowest compression. Also, the battery lasted at least one day, so it is not an energy hog. The charger is set for 120 or 240 volts so I didn't need any adapter, except the plug style. I had no problem downloading all the images to my sisters computer, for safekeeping, while I was there and came home with all my pictures safely stored on CD. I can honestly say I have not fully explored all the features of the camera, but considering I hadn't ever used a high quality digital camera before, and I had little time to learn all the in and outs I couldn't be happier. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone purchasing a digital camera. All my agonizing was worth it!

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Product Details
Quick Glance
LCD Screen Size 2 in
Memory Card Support Secure Digital (SD) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Effective Megapixels 4 Megapixel
Camera Type Bridge Camera
Image Stabilization Optical
normalized-Optical Zoom 12
normalized-Weight 18.24
Summary
Product Title Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 4 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Silver
Manufacturer Panasonic
Power Score 3.5 | 11 Reviews
Image Processor
Total Pixels: 4200000
Image Sensor: CCD
Other Features
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 320 x 240
Flash: Auto Flash, Flash ON, Flash OFF, Red-eye Reduction
Interface Connection: 1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out, 1 x DC Power In
Lens Features
Optical Zoom: 12 X
Digital Zoom: 3x
Focal Length: 6 mm to 72 mm
Max Aperture: 8 1/f
Storage
Removable Flash Memory Included: 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) Card
Dimensions
Height: 3.4 in
Weight: 1.14 lbs
Width: 5.5 in
Depth: 4.2 in
Reference
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
White Balance: Auto, Preset Modes
Max Focal Length: 72 mm
Focus Features: Auto Focus, Manual Focus
General Features: Still Image Capture
Number of Resolution Modes: 4
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Included Components: Carrying Strap, Charger, Lens Cover, PC Connection Cable, Recording Media
Metering Characteristics: Spot
Minimum Shutter Speed: 8 sec.
Image Sensor Size: .4 in
Power Source: Lithium Ion
Min Aperture: 2.8 1/f
Min Focus Distance: 5 cm
SKU: DDMCFZ10S
Description: DMC-FZ10S Lumix 4MP Digital Camera Silver
Max Zoom: 36 X
ISO Equivalencies: 100, 200, 400, 50
Min Focal Length: 6 mm
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 2304 pixels
Maximum Shutter Speed: .0005 sec.
Exposure Settings: Aperture Priority, Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure, Multiple Program Modes, Shutter Priority
Max Vertical Image Resolution: 1728 pixels
Expert Reviews
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10
2.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Jul 16, 2008

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS score of 1.99 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #317 standard digital camera of all time. The overall rating represents an intelligent balance of features, value as a function of price to features, and a summary of reviews from a variety of sources. The TopTen REVIEWS' formula gives a picture of important consumer features, market value, and a product's acceptance and track record as it relates to similar products.

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User Reviews
5 Star Review   By member N2706071 - Feb 7, 2005   

Strengths: LENSE, OIS, MANUAL FOCUS, MACRO MODE....

Weakness: NO RAW MODE, FOCUS IN LOW LIGHT

DESPITE ALL THE FLAWS, NOBODY WOULD GET SUCH A DIGITAL CAMERA WITHIN THIS PRICE. IN FACT IT COMBINES SO MANY UNIQUE AND ADVANCED FEATURES THAT EVEN BY PAYING MORE PRICE, NO COMPANY CAN DELIVER THOSE IN A SINGLE MODEL. EXTREMELY HAPPY. (COULD SOMEBODY TELL ME WHY MOST OF DIGITAL CAMERAS COULD NOT BE CHARGED WHILE BATTRY IS INSIDE? )

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2 Star Review   By member tveditor - Nov 9, 2004   

Strengths: nice lens, slr features

Weakness: inadequate flash, bulky

PLEASE HELP....anyone know if this camera has a "fully auto" feature? i cant find it, and limits its use for me. i need it for "candid" shots on the fly, no time to fiddle with knobs...thanks

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4 Star Review   By member DavidC8 - Nov 5, 2004   

Strengths: Takes outstanding pictures in daylight; 12x optical zoom really comes in handy to focus on the subject and to get rid of miscellaneous background; silver finish looks smart

Weakness: pictures taken in low light conditions are grainy even with the flash; delay between pushing the button and actual scene capture make it difficult to shoot moving objects

I took it on a trip to Asia and captured lots of excellet pictures. I know that the weakness which I listed are problems with digital cameras in general but I wish the instruction manual provided some tips to get around the problems. I suspect if I work with the aperature settings and not use the automatic mode I can probably get better pictures in low light conditions but I did not have time to experiment before I went on vacation. The ability to review the picture instantly is fantastic. This is probably old news to people who have had a digital camera before. The LCD screen is not bright enough to see in sun light so one has to use the eye piece. Zoom is easy to use and picture stabilization is great. No blurred pictures because your hand moved. Shooting movie is easy - but the size of the film clip is small. I would still use my video camera. Not able to zoom while shooting movie is not a problem becasue you can only get a short clip anyway. Just change the zoom when you re-start. I did not give it a 5 star rating because of the half second delay between when you push the button and when the image is captured. It caused me to miss several great shots when I tried to shoot flying birds. I thought I had them right in the middle of the shot I ended up with nothing. I can not say enough about the great quality of the pictures. The colors are vivid and auto-focus works well so that pictures are sharp. The battery works a long time. You can shoot lots of pictures in a day without worrying about the battery. With a 256mb SD card I got ~ 170 pictures with the hightest available picture size and the least compression. All in all it was a good purchase.

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4 Star Review   By member soft_answer_1096298129 - Oct 21, 2004   

Strengths: Leica 12x optical zoom. Optical Image Stabilizer. External flash. Good battery life. Manual mode, aperture and shutter priority. Price.

Weakness: Memory card is too small. Recommend replace 16mb with minimum 512mb 32x. Interanl Flash inadequate for any picture passed 10 feet.

My first digital camera was a fujifilm finepix 3800, just about automatic everything. Prior to that for 30 years I used a Minolta SRT101 with a 55mm and a 70-210mm Vivitar Series 1 Tele/Zoom/Macro. After using the fuji for 3 months, I started looking for a camera with more zoom, external flash and more user/manual modes. All searches I did lead back to the Panasonic FZ10. So far, I'm extremely pleased with it.

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5 Star Review   By member jhcolo - Aug 10, 2004   

Strengths: FAST Leica 12x lens, great photo quality, multiple size and quality photo settings, HDTV (wide-screen) setting, manual controls, long battery life, burst mode, auto bracketing, quality materials.

Weakness: Large for a digital camera - not a pocket shooter, focus requires careful attention especially at full zoom, lens hood (included) requires 72mm filters (somewhat hard to find), can't zoom movie mode.

I have had the pleasure of shooting with this camera for much of the last year and have found it to be a very capable advanced digicam. I continue to explore and discover capabilities by reading the manual (keep it with you as you use the camera - there are so many features...) and reading user sites and by shooting lots of pictures with the camera. I have shot many types of photos from landscapes to wildlife to weddings. The camera shines with them all. The built-in hot-shoe has allowed me to utilize an accessory flash very successfully to increase its flash power and versatility and to eliminate red-eye. I use the HDTV setting to take photos consistent with my widescreen notebook display and with my HDTV, which includes a built-in SD card reader and slideshow capability - a great way to review new shots or to display completed shows for family and friends. Burst mode is great for action and for wildlife shots - get a couple of BIG SD cards! Auto-bracket feature is very useful in difficult light conditions. Balancing the negative of its size and bulk is the ability to travel with just the camera without hauling the big bag of lenses as one often must with a non-digital camera - the LONG Leica zoom lens makes this camera an amazingly versatile all-in-one device. It consistently both supports and challenges me as a photographer. Most importantly, I have never been disappointed with the quality of the results I get using the DSC FZ-10. A pleasure to use and highly recommended! Wishes: Include a compact travel charger, better software, larger SD card, carrying case/bag, reasonable prices and availability of the (planned) Panasonic wide angle and telephoto adapters - current projected MSRP = $499 - each - OUCH!!!!

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4 Star Review   By member jpinkham - Jul 29, 2004   

Strengths: Great picture quality, easy to use, Image Stabilization, good feel.

Weakness: Hard to determine space remaining on card

I don't expect to use the manual focus and exposure features much, but it's nice to know they are there. So far I've taken about 50 pictures with either auto or portrait modes, plus several movies, and I'm very pleased with the quality. I was at an event where mine wasn't the only camera - afterwards, I copied all those .jpg files down to the card and viewed it all on my TV - very nice. I discovered that during movie recording, it displays seconds of recording time left on the card - this is the only way I've found to know how full the card is without connecting to a PC. Also, the manual is obviously the translation from the Japanese :) These are pretty minor issues with an otherwise fantastic piece of equipment.

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4 Star Review   By member outkilz - Jul 27, 2004   

Strengths: 12 x Optical Zoom with image stabilizer All accesories included to start

Weakness: can't zooom while recording a movie 16 mb sd card (included) too small

I just recently bought this camera, but the features it has are amazing. The zoom is just incredible, and the stabilizer works well. The first thing you need to buy is a larger sd card, the included one only holds around 7 high quality pictures. The camera is not one too hide in your pocket, its larger than most, but it feels great holding it, looks good too (silver one). I plan to buy some filters (~ 40 $) to protect the lens - dont want to harm it.

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5 Star Review   By member jac910 - Jul 22, 2004   

Strengths: 12x optical zoom, flash in low light

Weakness: Flash in medium light

I am happy to have made the jump from SLR to Digital with tha Z10. Though larger than most digital cameras, for SLR users it is realatively the same size, with out the necessity to change lens. The zoom has the equivalent of 420mm. Works well for candids and and performed well at a Nascar race from the 44th row at Dover. The flash elluminated a completly darkened room and made it look like daytime. There are times that when a flash is indicated that it appears to be too bright. The flash is automatic but does pop up when needed. You need to open and it will go off as needed. As stated above I am very happy with this camera. It taks freat photos even at lower settings. Reasonably priced and overall an excellent camera.

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4 Star Review   By member chuckadell - Jul 8, 2004   

Strengths: I wanted a camera that would bring the picture to the same size as I see with my eyes and when necessary closer, this was the only camera in my price range that even came close.

Weakness: slow to focus difficult to understand controls

I have been most impressed this camera, it has met the standards that I set and I would recommend it to anyone. I found it to take excellent pictures and its many features make it a bargain. C.S

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5 Star Review   By member BorntoSnap - May 30, 2004   

Strengths: Picture quality, image stabilization especially in low light conditions, ease of use, super zoom lens. Lots of features makes various photo conditions easy to shoot.

Weakness: A little heavy when worn for three weeks straight. Manual not easily understood, originally in Japanese and translation makes it hard to understand at times. Upgrade to bigger SD card necessary.

This is my first digital camera. I have used my husbands point and shoot a few times, but it is only 2 megapixels and very limited in features. Was taking a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Germany and my SLR had died. Received the camera only one week before I left and had little time to work with it due to heavy work load. Unpacked it the day I got it and immediately was able to take some fantastic pictures, without reading more than the first few pages of the manual. Read the complete manual on the plane. Was totally blown away by the quality and ease of use of this camera. Toured many castles and cathedrals where you could not use a flash or tripod. I took hand held pictures that are viewable, and some perfectly focused, at levels as low as 1/4 second due to the image stabilization. Zoom lens is fantastic, able to make even tiny adjustments and the macro setting is one of the best features. I got amazing closeups of wildflowers that look like you could touch them. I upgraded the SD card to a 256MG and was able to shoot for three days without changing, even with it set on the 4 megapixels and lowest compression. Also, the battery lasted at least one day, so it is not an energy hog. The charger is set for 120 or 240 volts so I didn't need any adapter, except the plug style. I had no problem downloading all the images to my sisters computer, for safekeeping, while I was there and came home with all my pictures safely stored on CD. I can honestly say I have not fully explored all the features of the camera, but considering I hadn't ever used a high quality digital camera before, and I had little time to learn all the in and outs I couldn't be happier. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone purchasing a digital camera. All my agonizing was worth it!

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