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Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 Digital Camera Deluxe Kit

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Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 Digital Camera Deluxe Kit
Key Features
  • Memory Card
  • Camera Bag
  • Spare Battery
  • Two-Year Drops and Spills Warranty
Comprising everything needed to begin shooting, the Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 Digital Camera Deluxe Kit from B&H bundles the long-zoom point-and-shoot with a memory card, a spare battery, and a camera bag. A two-year drops and spills warranty is also included for further protection to your equipment.
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Panasonic DC-FZ80 Overview

Comprising everything needed to begin shooting, the Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 Digital Camera Deluxe Kit from B&H bundles the long-zoom point-and-shoot with a memory card, a spare battery, and a camera bag. A two-year drops and spills warranty is also included for further protection to your equipment.

Panasonic DC-FZ80 Specs

Panasonic DC-FZ80 Reviews

Great Camera for nature photos

By Charles
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2023-06-08

Very happy with this FZ80, easy to operate and simple functions and connection to my mobile home via WiFi.

Very Happy With B & H

By Stephen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-03-22

Fast Delivery and Great Packaging!!

Great camera!

By Jaquie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-30

This is a compact, solid, great camera with so many options. I took pictures from a moving train and the results were spot-on. An excellent choice for the price. This is my third Lumix and I love this brand!

great zoom

By Jane
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-23

so far it's ok...Wish they had better information on how to set it up...and how to use it.... Has wonderful zoom...takes nice photos, I just need more time to get use to it or get some one to teach me. It's seems better then my CanonPowerShotSX60 HS The weight is the same

Pretty Good Point and Shoot

By Tom
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-23

It's a good point and shoot. And for $400 it it hard to beat with that long of a lens and image stabilization. Manual focus is an awkward menu driven thing and I use it mainly in auto-mode for a point and shoot camera that I keep in the car with me when out and about.

Great camera buy

By Alejandro
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-05

Full of great features. Bag and card are a bonus.

Jack of Almost All Trades

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-05-30

The job of a bridge camera is to enable you to take decent pictures of almost anything. Judged by that standard, this is an excellent bridge camera, at an absurdly low price point. I mostly do still photographs of natural subjects, especially plants, and I'm looking to stretch my digital photo skills a bit. I don't have particularly steady hands, so I use a monopod a lot. The good stuff: - Nice zoom range (not as long a reach as some, but goes wider than many); there are lots of options for subjects and framing here. - Image quality can be decent to good, depending on choices you make (see below) and keeping in mind the limitations of a small sensor camera. Punches *WAY* above its weight for the price, sensor size, and versatility. - Lots of controls available, and most of them are not hard to access. - Not a pocket camera, but light and easy to carry. Caveats: - If you're coming from high end equipment, this will be a let down. The image sensor is very small, and this limits light gathering ability. As others have pointed out, this is not your tool for low light. You can control ISO to get high light sensitivity, but you get a lot of visible noise over about ISO 800. - Manual focus system is a bit fussy to use. - The zoom lens loses sharpness at long focal lengths. I'm generally happiest with sharpness below about 300-600 mm (35 mm equiv.); 1200 mm is distinctly soft. That said, making knowledgeable choices for settings allows you to get the results you want. Two cases: - Bumblebee on crab apple: I set the ISO at 3200 to have a chance of stopping a working bee on a day with light gusty breezes. This was a good enough shot for me to ID the bee (tri-colored bumblebee, Bombus ternaris). The price of the high ISO is of course the significant noise visible in a pixel peep. - Oak branch tip: Lower ISO (200) to get minimal noise, longish focal length to isolate the subject. About the image I was trying to get. All in all, a good camera to grow with, and pick up some satisfying images along the way. And it's great to take along for a walk in the woods when I haven't the faintest idea what I might want to shoot.

Great little budget friendly camera

By Aaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-05-02

Wanted to upgrade my point and shoot situation and stumbled upon the Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80. I'm still learning all the controls, but so far I am very pleased with what this camera can do and the picture quality. Solid, smooth operating piece of equipment that seems like it would cost more than it did. Would highly recommend for those that don't have a lot of money to spend.

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question

Is this the most recent travel zoom camera?
Asked by: Kathy J.
Panasonic offers a range of travel zoom cameras.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2019-06-10

can the camera be hooked up to a pc via a usb ...

can the camera be hooked up to a pc via a usb cable to transfer photos?
Asked by: Ann
Hi, Ann! Yes, you can connect it via USB. -M
Answered by: Panasonic Team
Date published: 2022-03-02

Where is the camera made?

Where is the camera made?
Asked by: RUTH
Hello Ruth! The camera is manufactured in Japan. -G
Answered by: Panasonic Team
Date published: 2022-07-15

What flashes work with this camera?

What flashes work with this camera?
Asked by: Charles
Any flash that is designed for Panasonic or Olympus cameras will work on this camera Godox TT350O Mini Thinklite TTL Flash for Olympus/Panasonic Cameras B&H # GOTT350O
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-01-18

How much time in 4k video can I shoot per battery ...

How much time in 4k video can I shoot per battery use?
Asked by: RONALD
i AM SORRY, i USE IT JUST FOR PHOTO SHOOTS
Answered by: Lyubomir
Date published: 2020-05-22

DOES IT SHOOT RAW?

DOES IT SHOOT RAW?
Asked by: Ray
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-03

How does this camera's image quality compare to ...

How does this camera's image quality compare to the Canon PowerShot SX70?
Asked by: Kristina
I really liked my Canon PowerShot, but not sure if it was an SX70. I took some excellent shots with it. The Lumix DC-FZ80 takes very good picture, as well. Great resolution, nice ease of use and zoom works well. I used it for thousands of images traveling and beyond. I was very satisfied with its quality - a great point and shoot camera. Would recommend. In the end, I wore out both my PowerShot and Lumix and really liked them both!
Answered by: Maureen
Date published: 2021-06-19

Dust: Point-and-shoots with telescoping lenses ...

Dust: Point-and-shoots with telescoping lenses ingest dust. (1) Is the DC-FZ80 susceptible to dust ingestion like others in the Panasonic Lumix line? (2) Is the camera designed for user serviceability so that dust can be removed easily?
Asked by: Philip
Any telescoping lens is susceptible to dirt and dust. From the user manual; The camera is not dust resistant, splash resistant, or waterproof. Avoid using the camera in places with excessive dust or sand, or where water can come into contact with the camera. That said, my FZ80 has been used in various environments without problems. I have a FZ25 that started to “stick” after years of use. A can of air and a soft cleaning cloth put it back into service. To my knowledge there is no way to disassemble the lens, nor would I try to do so.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-10-10
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