Two new LUMIX from Panasonic
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by David Allen
Panasonic have introduced two new models to its line up, the LUMIX DMC FX 55 and the DMC FX 33, these digital cameras have style couple with great design. Both models have Intelligent Auto Mode and Intelligent Image Stabilization, 8.1 mega pixels and have a 28 mm lens.
The Intelligent Auto Mode includes:
Intelligent Scene Selector, which automatically selects the appropriate scene mode from the most frequently-used modes such as Portrait, Scenery, Macro, Night Scenery and Night Portrait.
Face Detection System, which helps the camera to focus, set auto exposure and detects up to 15 human faces, capturing them clearly and brightly.
Continuous Auto-focus, which allows the camera to maintain focus on the subject without having to press the shutter button halfway and allowing for best results of a photo opportunity by minimizing the auto-focus time.
The DMC-FX55 has a 3-inch LCD screen and the DMC-FX33 comes with a 2.5-inch LCD screen. Both models have:
27 MB of built-in memory.
A Title Edit function including Text Stamp and the Travel Date.
Category Playback sorts images into categories, such as portraits, events, baby, etc. to allow for easy playback and creation of slide shows.
Clipboard function allows the user to hold and retrieve certain images that may be useful on a trip, such as a photo of a map or train schedule.
These cameras will be launched onto the market around September 2007 time.
The DMC FX 55 is priced at $349.95, and will be available in silver, black and pink.
The DMC FX 33 is priced at $299.95, and will be available in silver, black, blue and brown.