Fazit Überarbeitung vollkommen gelungen: Panasonics FZ150 erweist sich im Test nicht nur als beste Megazoom-Bridge-Kamera, sondern als die beste Digitalkamera insgesamt. Die Schwächen der Vorgängerin bei der Bildqualität haben die Ingenieure ausgemerzt. Dabei fällt auf, dass Panasonic auf weniger Megapixel setzt – ganz im Gegensatz zum direkten Konkurrenten Sony, der dieses Jahr auf 16 Megapixel aufrüstete.
Pros: Weniger Megapixel bringen bessere Bildqualität, Ausstattung, Überzeugender Bildstabilisator, RAW-Format, Full-HD-Video mit 50p, Schnelle Serienbilder
Zusammenfassung: My Panasonic Lumix FZ150 review shows that this is an extremely impressive ultra-zoom camera, offering a 24X optical zoom lens. Its image quality is outstanding, and the FZ150's is sharp and accurate. The FZ150 works well for either beginner or intermediate photographers. The biggest drawback to the FZ150 is its almost $500 price tag.
Zusammenfassung: That's the single paragraph report, so let's now go into more detail. The Lumix FZ150 shares a great deal with its predecessor: the all-important 24x zoom lens is unchanged and the body is essentially the same apart from a new zoom lever on the side of the lens barrel. You're also still getting a 3in articulated screen, flash hotshoe and 2.5mm microphone / remote control input, along with the choice of full manual control or one of the best automatic modes on the market.
Pros: Great quality 24x lens. Can zoom while filming., Good quality images and RAW capabilities., 1080/50p/60p video with PASM and mic input., Fully articulated screen and flash hotshoe., Fast continuous shooting options and snappy AF., Mic input doubles as remote / intervalometer socket.
Contras: Buffer at 12fps only lasts for one second of action., Lens range actually the shortest of peer group., No built-in GPS and can't assemble its own panoramas., Mic input is 2.5mm so requires adapter for third party mics.
Zusammenfassung: The recommended retail price of £449 makes the Lumix FZ150 an expensive purchase, but there are pre-orders on a number of online stores for as low as £369. If the latter price tag holds then, considering its impending October launch date making it the most up to date superzoom on the market, the FZ150 is competitively priced when considering the likes of the Canon PowerShot SX30 IS (£350) and Sony Cyber-shot HX100V (£385).
Pros: Fast autofocus, Raw shooting, decent movie mode, Power OIS stabilisation, 12fps burst mode
Contras: Image quality above ISO 800, no auto detection to activate EVF, still only 24x zoom
Auszug We recently reviewed the FZ48 , a capable ultra-zoom camera that marked a return to form for Panasonic. This time we've got its big brother is under the spotlight. The FZ150 was officially unveiled today, and while it's too early to confirm UK pricing, we've reviewed it with the expectation that it'll cost around £400.