PANASONIC LUMIX FZ80 4K Point and Shoot Camera, 60X (20-1200mm) Power O.I.S. Lens, 18.1 Megapixels, 3 Inch Touch LCD, DC-FZ80K (USA BLACK)
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The perfect 4K technology enabled point and shoot camera for travelers, featuring a super long 20-1200mm (60x) lens. The lumix DC Vario lens features a super bright F2.8-5.9 aperture range that is optically stabilized with Panasonic’s power o.I.S. Technology. Now you can use the high resolution power of 4K video technology to create printable photos with 4K photo’s blistering 30 frames per second burst feature. Post focus and focus stacking allow for changing the photos depth of field or focus points after you take the picture. Enjoy travel ready technologies like USB charging and Wi-Fi connectivity to your mobile device.
Most helpful customer reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
Incredible camera for travelling. Light, does EVERYTHING.
By Terri M. Sweeney
An outstanding travel camera. My wife and I used to travel with a full set of digital SLR equipment with all the lenses and a separate HD camcorder. It was like a suitcase of stuff. And by the time you got the correct lens on the body, the shot had disappeared.
So we got this camera. It does EVERYTHING. The zoom is amazing. But you really need that two axis stabilization with zoom. Colors and details are great. 4K UHD video at 30 fps. The HDMI output is nice to connect to big screen. But if you have a wi-fi capable TV, you don't need wires to see the pictures or video.
The remote app for iphone works nicely as well. And the touch screen is very useful.
One con: battery life. Just a few hours of use per charge and the camera will not function with non-OEM batteries without the smart battery id/charge control chip. So buy lots of batteries and an external charger. Also, the camera will not both run and charge from the USB port. It's run (on battery) or off and charge. Annoying that you can't use the camera to sort images while charging.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful.
First of all, I'm not a photographer. But I'm totally in love with this camera. An image speaks more than a thousand words, no? Well... lets see
This review ys for FZ82 (I can't urdenstando why Amazon allows to put all reviews together, for two different models)
21 of 24 people found the following review helpful.
Good upgrade from the FZ70
I been using a Panasonic FZ70 Lumix digital camera for at over 3 years now & it still works, but not as good as before & I pre-ordered this Panasonic [FZ80] a few months ago & recently received it. It takes the same battery as the FZ70 does. It has the same CMOS sensor & lens set up as the FZ70 & has 60X optical zoom also. There are a few  more megapixels & a few minor internal tweaks, including some sort of update to their Venus processor compared to the prior FZ70 model. These minor changes internally according to Panasonic is suppose to create slightly better images. Photo qualities so far with this camera seems pretty good & on par with the prior model, FZ70 camera. Daytime outdoor photos are quite good, but in lower light conditions, the pictures are very grainy...as expected. Indoor photos with the flash are great. Video qualities seems pretty good with this camera also...indoors or out. This camera has full manual controls, self timer, burst photo modes, uses SD/SDHC cards & comes with a battery & charger. I would get an extra external battery charger & several extra batteries for this camera. Battery life seems about the same with the prior FZ70....maybe 300 photos with no flash and about 100 photos using mostly flash...not bad. The lens hood from the FZ70 fits this camera too. This camera looks similar to the FZ70 with some minor exterior cosmetic changes, but the optical and LED viewfinders both are upgraded which are much better than the view finders on the FZ70. Plus, the rear viewfinder is touch screen type, something the FZ70 did not have & that viewfinder is still in the camera & cannot swivel or tilt at all. Wifi connection possible with this digital camera & the wifi options is in the camera's menu. This camera can take 4K videos & photos. You can also turn that feature off easily. As with the FZ70 camera, you can use an external flash on this camera too. Really, this camera's upgrade over the FZ70 mostly is 4K video/photo, using OLED viewfinders, touch screen rear OLED viewfinder, 2 more megapixels, wifi compatible, a bit more cleaner cosmetically speaking & slightly upgraded internal Venus processor. Menu layout on this new camera is as easy to navigate same as prior Panasonic digital cameras. Really a decent digital camera, but still can take a good photo or video. A modest upgrade from the older Panasonic FZ70 Lumix & can probably give the Nikon P-600 or Canon's SX-60-HS cameras both a run for their money now.