Panasonic today at CES 2013 unveiled its LUMIX compact cameras lineup, featuring new connectivity options, including in-built Wi-Fi and NFC technologies providing widest range of remote shooting options, remote viewing and instant sharing on social networks. The newly announced models include the LUMIX ZS30, the LUMIX TS5, the LUMIX LZ30, the LUMIX XS1 and the LUMIX SZ3.
The LUMIX ZS30: The camera feature the most advanced photo and video hybrid compact camera to date boasting an exceptional image quality with an improved 18.1 megapixel high sensitivity MOS sensor, 20x Optical Zoom, 60p Full HD video recording capabilities. The camera also offers the widest shooting, sharing and viewing options.
The LUMIX TS5: The camera claimed to be the tough man of the compact camera market, waterproof to a death of 43 feet, shockproof from a height of 6.6 feet, freeze proof down to a temperature of 14 degrees Fahrenheit and pressure resistant to 220 lbs. The camera features 16.1 megapixel high sensitivity sensor, Full HD 1920X1080 AVCHD Progressive movie recording, Wi-Fi connectivity and NFC capabilities.
The LUMIX LZ30: The camera offers a powerful 35x Optical Zoom lens along with a host of creative options and modes allowing you to bring distant subjects up close in 16.1-megapixel full resolution, while the camera’s 25mm ultra wide-angle lens providing around twice the shooting area of a standard 35mm lens.
The LUMIX XS1: Known as the slim and stylish model to step up your everyday photography. With a 16.1 megapixel sensor, and a beautiful and ultra-slim design at just 14mm thick, the XS1 is the one which sounds completely ideal for the smartphone user who is looking to step up the quality of their everyday photography.