Panasonic has quietly launched an update for its Lumix FZ1000 ultra-zoom digital camera. The new FZ1000 II point-and-shoot model features a fairly substantial body coupled with a 20.1-megapixel high-sensitivity MOS sensor and a 16x zoom lens. Buyers get a variety of features, including support for 4K video recording, at a price that undercuts mirrorless and DSLR cameras.
The original Lumix FZ1000 mode was introduced five years ago, making this a welcomed upgrade for photographers in need of a fixed-lens ultra-zoom camera. In terms of style, the FZ1000 II resembles a DSLR, though unlike an interchangeable lens camera, this model’s lens isn’t removable.
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