With the Lumix FZ300 bridge, Panasonic intends to offer a very complete all-in-one camera aimed more at expert photographers. In addition to its many customization options, it also stands out thanks to its 24x zoom with constant f/2.8 aperture.
With its Lumix FZ300, Panasonic will not disappoint those who expect a versatile, bright bridge with a good zoom range. It’s fast, it’s very maneuverable, it shoots in 4K, it’s rain and dust resistant, and in some ways can even pass itself off as an expert case. If clutter is not an issue, this is a very good candidate for the title of universal camera.
- 24x 25-600mm f/2.8 5-axis stabilized zoom.
- Adjustable screen on ball joint and touch.
- Well-defined, bright and comfortable viewfinder.
- 4K video and 4K photo.
- Build quality.
- Wide customization possibilities.
- RAW recording.
- Supplied with a charger.
- No headphone jack.
- No programmable lens ring.
- No graduation of the focal length on the lens.
- Menus sometimes a little complex.
- Proprietary USB port.
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The Panasonic FZ82 is an attractive bridge thanks to its versatility, its effective stabilization at full zoom, its simplicity and its 4K functionalities. The evolution compared to its predecessor is clear from every point of view, but it still needs to correct a few small points to reach the five stars.
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