I'm thinking about buying a "proper" spotter camera, and thought I would need a camera which can help me overcome the "badquality" rejections I see far too many of these days.
So I've found this camera:
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ20.
What I like about it is:
+ 4.91 Mega pixels.
+ 12x Zoom.
+ Uses Secure digital Memory card, just like my old camera, so I don't have to buy new ones.
+ Images are 2560 x 1920 pixels.
What I'm not too happy about:
- Maximum 8 sec exposure. (So perhaps not ideal for night shots?)
- Around £500 (Or is it worth it?)
The camera has received quite good reviews as far as I can see. Does anyon have any experience with it, and do you guys think that photos with 4.91 MP
will make the photos notably better than the 3.2 MP
photos I take now?
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