Panasonic TZ35 review

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The Panasonic TZ35 is an excellent option for travelling and holiday photographers, producing images with plenty of detail and excellent colour reproduction.

Panasonic TZ35 review

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Skin tones are represented accurately in this portrait, with the camera capable of producing a good exposure in slightly tricky shade conditions.

Panasonic TZ35 review

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Macro focusing is quick and accurate and can be accessed from the four way directional keypad. This helps with frame-filling shots of close-up subjects such as flowers.

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Cross Process is one of the digital filters available. It is also customisable, with four different colour variations available.

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The Expressive filter is an interesting choice for landscape scenes, producing high contrast and unusual colour variations.

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The Panasonic TZ35's optic is very flexible for shooting wide angle scenes. This is shot at the widest angle of the lens.

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Shot at the furthest reach of the 20x optical zoom, and handheld, the TZ35's Power OIS has done an excellent job of preventing blur from camera shake.

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Dynamic Monochrome is one of the best creative filters available on the TZ35, providing a high contrast black and white shot.

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The TZ35 can shoot panoramas, which requires a simple sweep across the scene with the camera. For the first time, creative filters can also be applied to the scene if required.