Panasonic Lumix ZS20 14.1 MP High Sensitivity MOS Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom (Black)

Panasonic Lumix ZS20 14.1 MP High Sensitivity MOS Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom (Black)Description

The Panasonic DMC-ZS20K LUMIX Digital Camera features its compact design that can easily be slipped inside your bag or pouch, great for travelers and vacationers. It is equipped with a 1/2.3″ CMOS Sensor that allows you to capture 14MP high-quality pictures. And thanks to its 20x Optical and 4x Digital Zoom, taking pictures of faraway subjects is a breeze. Turn special moments into high-quali


  • 24mm Ultra Wide Angle LEICA DC Lens with 20x Optical Zoom
  • Full HD video recording with stereo microphone
  • 0.1sec Light Speed AF
  • 12MB built-in memory
  • Supports SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card (Need to be purchased separately)

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Panasonic.

Brand: Panasonic
UPC: 885170071094
List Price: $349.00.
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3 Responses to “Panasonic Lumix ZS20 14.1 MP High Sensitivity MOS Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom (Black)”

  1. Artemaria says:

    I couldn’t decide between these three cameras (and their variants, the Sony HX30 and the Panasonic ZX20) because many of the reviews of each made the cameras sound very similar. So, I went out and bought (from merchants who accepted returns) one of each of these three cameras (I didn’t need WI-FI or GPS, so that’s how I settled on these less expensive variants). And then I took photos and videos in various conditions. I am not a professional photographer, and I didn’t do Imatest or any other specific tests on the images (you can read C/net for that), but this is an experience of a regular person who was taking pictures and videos with these three cameras side by side, which is a comparison that you do not often see.

    The bottom line is that these three cameras are very similar with a few minor differences, but those differences set them apart and may make you decide that you like one more than the other.

    Generally speaking, NONE of these cameras is a DSLR…

  2. Dubi says:

    I had the original ZS-3 which served me well until it broke down. I purchased the ZS-10 and was disappointed with the low-light performance to the extent of returning it. The ZS-20 is a major improvement over the ZS-10.
    I have taken only 100-200 pictures but the low light performance is much better and comparable (or slightly better) to the ZS-3. I don’t have hands on experience with the other supercompacts but the panasonic worked well for my needs

    -The Zoom is phenomenal (but comparable to other super compact out there)
    - AF speed is very good.
    - Low light performance is ok (major improvement but still just ok)
    - Flash works surprisingly well to improve overall picture quality
    - Small, easy to carry around
    - Same battery as previous model, so if upgrading, you can re-use old peripherals

    - Menus could be better, 2-3 clicks to get somewhere, too many buttons and dials *** see update below
    - Touch screen is…

  3. stevefoobar "Steve" says:

    I tried the models that directly compete with this camera from Canon, Sony, and Nikon and much to my surprise, overall, this camera was superior in almost all areas that matter most to me. That would be the quality and flexibility of the video, the quality of the optical image stabilization, and the overall quality of the still pictures it takes. I didn’t care about the GPS as it is largely a gimmick in my opinion and all the major competitors have it now or they feel they won’t be able to compete.

    You should realize that the GPS built into this camera (and most cameras) is NOT the same GPS you may be used to in your car or smart phone. It does not have detailed maps, does not have a large database of places or landmarks, and is not as accurate. It is basically for tagging your photos and videos with the latitude and longitude of where you took the image so you don’t have to take notes manually to sort out what you shot and where later. That’s why I consider it largely…

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