In the middle of 2014 Panasonic dipped its oar into the premium superzoom market with the Lumix FZ1000. As a do-it-all DSLR alternative with a 1-inch sensor size it ticked a lot of boxes.
Its update for 2016, the Lumix FZ2000, is an even more standout product that, with a huge focus on 4K video capabilities, might be the kind of camera to spell the end of the camcorder as we know it. Here’s why.
Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 review: New lens
Often updated cameras will tweak the sensor or add a new feature here and there, but the FZ2000 is a total rework over the original FZ1000. The FZ2000’s new lens, for example, provides a 20x optical zoom, ranging from a wide-angle 24mm through to a 480mm equivalent. That’s a notable amount of extra zoom, ensuring the FZ2000 keeps the “super” in “superzoom”. Plus it can focus just 3cms from the lens front glass at its widest-angle, which is rather impressive.
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