Panasonic’s flagship ultra-zoom, the FZ200, was just reviewed at Neocamera. The Lumix DMC-FZ200 sports a unique lens that maintains a maximum F/2.8 aperture throughout its 24X optical zoom range, equivalent to 25-600mm. This ultra-wide to super-telephoto with a bright aperture gives it a unique edge when shooting towards the long end of the zoom.
As the most advanced ultra-zoom in the Panasonic lineup, this one is equipped with a 12 megapixels high-speed CMOS sensor capable of shooting at 12 FPS and capturing 1080p HD videos at 60 FPS to render motion very smoothly. The is a rotating 3″ LCD with 460K pixels and a 0.2″ EVF with 1.3 megapixels available for framing.
The Panasonic FZ200 has plenty of advanced features. In addition to manual-controls, manual focus, custom white-balance and spot metering, it also features exposure bracketing, white-balance bracketing, built-in HDR and more.
Read the Panasonic FZ200 review to know more and found out how it performs.