The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 is a compact camera with 1/2.3" (5.6x) sensor and 12.1 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2015 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 6400 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 12 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 310 €;
25 users have given it an average vote of 8.6 out of 10
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Pros:Optical quality and good stabilizer, brightness 2.8 constant up to 600mm equivalent
Cons:Limitations of a small sensor, not exciting viewfinder.
Opinion:In my life I have had and tried many cameras of all kinds but to date, if I have to go out with only one body, and be sure to cover every photographic opportunity, I take this with me. He never missed a shot. The quality, despite the 2.3 "sensor, is good, taking into account that you can work on the Raw.The mix of optical quality, stabilizer and brightness allow you to deal with any subject.I clear that if I want the real quality in color and in B / N then I take the FF with some objectives and we are on another planet but we are also on weights and incomparable encumbrance.With this I'm sure to bring home valid shots.Now it has been replaced by more recent bridge but judging by the photos I see posted there are no great improvements.
Pros:Full manual control. Excellent Leica lens. 2.8 constant aperture open from 25mm to 600mm. Nice bokeh. Focal zoom extensive. Autonomy. Monitor swivel.
Cons:Taking the tests you understand that the best compromise with the sharpness is to f4 then you should use that opening. Sensor small enough noise so evident even at low iSO (BUT THEN NOT SO MUCH)
Opinion:Bridge excellent for everyday use. From landscapes to close-ups of animals nature offers everything you could ask for, although with the limitation given by piccolino.rnIl body sensor is very robust and provides a nice safety during use. Bought two years ago are very fond of because it was my first serious camera. How would rate it a 10 to 10 vote, especially for the great price.
Pros:Leica Optics excellent license plate that ensures no distortion and chromatic aberration despite the lack of dedicated profile in Lightroom; aperture diaphragm constant of 2.8 throughout the zoom range from 25mm to 600mm (equivalent); reactivity remarkable speed and power; very effective stabilizer; who likes to play around with jpeg there are several creative filters that can be used; tilt monitor very useful and efficient; ability superb video from a camcorder pro; lightness.
Cons:The sensor size is so small that high sharpness and absence of noise are a chimera, already very low (ISO 100), despite the high quality Leica lens magnifying notice grain, the maximum you can shoot up to ISO 400 contenting of what you get; mediocre built-in flash, without the possibility of different orientation from the front.
Opinion:A lightweight machine made for the journey that can easily replace a heavy and expensive equipment ensuring unsurpassed focal hike without carrying 10kg of equipment, but unfortunately we have to forget the qualities to which we have become accustomed reflex, the results are still little from those of a sensor compact "point and click", despite the high optical quality and strong propensity for a semi-pro thanks to the remarkable ability to customize its operation. The video industry is perhaps the most successful, remarkable video quality even if not 4K, with a number of features dedicated to a semi-pro who certainly do not regret an expensive camera.
Pros:The Leica is a guarantee: F/2.8 constant from 25 to 600 is remarkable and allows you to stay low with the ISO even with very little light. Great for taking pictures at concerts and theaters / museums without flash! RnOttima autonomy, "consume" very little! RnVideo eccellenti.rnScatta in RAW.
Cons:Given the potential use in "Manual", it would be desirable to have a control dial, instead of the wheel / button that is prone to breaking! RNE then the assistance ... shopaholic that no faults ever!
Opinion:If you want to have a camera that clicks good pictures in all conditions, I think the DMC-FZ200 is just the camera that is right: versatile, fast, maneuverable, powerful, I do not regret at all the previous SLR, with all its set of goals! Already in "auto" you get good photos, but if you really want to have fun in the "manual" gives the fullest! Not bad even in macro, of course if you do not want to print the posters ... Also good autonomy, almost 600 shots, a little 'less ease of use that requires a brief period of "break-in" before it can be exploited in pieno.rnPeccato only the lack of the "dial", the presence of various non-programmable buttons makes up for this deficiency, in this and bring it closer to a more compact "frame it and click" to a machine that does not controllable in all!
Pros:Note: Aperture fixed at f / 2,8 for all focal lengths. (Not f / 2.8 to 4.5).
Cons:Sharpness up to 108 mm (600 mm equivalent) only discreet.
Opinion:Good compared to other Super Zoom Bridge in normal use, but not yet up to nature photography of fast moving animals. Electronic viewfinder is not quite sharp and clear. Very difficult "to follow and keep in focus" a moving animal. I was not very satisfied, especially considering the cost.
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