2D REFERENCE: This image shows what the quality of 2D JPEGs is like when taken as a reference tool alongside 3D MPO files, which, unlike JPEGS, cannot be viewed on the Panasonic Lumix FT4's LCD screen.
POND LEVEL: The Panasonic FT4's obvious appeal is that you will use it in situations where it would be foolish to take a non-protected camera. You can therefore get shots you wouldn't have otherwise, such as this duck's eye view of the local pond, complete with lens flare.
WIDE ANGLE: A 28mm equivalent maximum wide-angle shot taken on the Panasonic Lumix FT4 that, while far from terrible, reveals some fall off of focus towards the edge of frame, if we're being picky.
ZOOM: Here we're zoomed right in from the same vantage point. An intelligent zoom effectively doubles the reach of the regular 4.6x optical zoom, for a softened but still usable result.
CLOSE UP: Used as a tool for close ups, the Panasonic Lumix FT4 delivers some more impressive results...
CLEAR AND CLOSE:… As this and the previous shot show. The berries here are almost good enough to eat.