Panasonic introduces four new point and shoot cameras the Lumix family. These are: ZS10, ZS8, FX78 and TS3, characterized by small size and excellent performance.
Both models of the ZS have a 14.1-megapixel sensor, the DMC-ZS10 with ultra-wide 24mm lens, an optical zoom Leica lens with 16x Ben and the ability to record movies at 1080p, while the DMC -ZS8 will be limited to 720p. Panasonic has equipped these cameras feature an innovative 3D, taking 20 consecutive shots, automatically chooses the two best suited to achieve the equivalent of a stereoscopic shooting.
The FX75 is a camera with 12.1 megapixel sensor and wide-angle lenses from 24mm Leica, can record video at 1920×1080 AVCHD format. Among the other main characteristics signal the presence of a 3.5 inch screen Smart touch screen and features the same 3D view of the ZS.
Finally, TS3 has a waterproof body, shock-proof, resistant to cold and dust, all mixed with a 12.1-megapixel sensor and the ability to record video in full HD. Even in this case 28mm wide-angle lenses are made by Leica and there is even a Photo 3D technology on which Panasonic seems to point a lot.