Panasonic LUMIX DC-TZ95
The pocket-sized compact camera comes with a powerful LEICA zoom lens ranging from a wide 24mm to a 720mm focal length and high-performance 20.3MP MOS sensor mean it’s never been easier to make travel moments last forever.
From Wide to Close
When you just can’t get closer, the powerful 30x optical zoom of the LUMIX TZ95 helps you get the shot. Featuring a world-famous LEICA DC lens, its powerful zoom offers incredible flexibility, ranging from 24mm-720mm. Perfect for capturing the sights; both near and far.
High-Quality Sensor in a Pocket-sized Body
Just because the sun goes down, doesn’t mean your camera has to as well. Keep capturing into the night, with the powerful 20.3-Megapixel MOS sensor of the TZ95. More detail, more colour and more clarity, even in low light.
Perfect Sight in Any Light
Sometimes, harsh sunlight makes even the brightest camera screens difficult to see. The LUMIX TZ95 features a 2,330K-dot Live View Finder with a high magnification of 0.53x (35mmequiv.) which automatically turns on when you lift the camera to your eye, so you can see every detail and capture the shot you’re looking for.
Capture the Perfect Moment
The unique 4K PHOTO feature allows you to capture the perfect moment by selecting a frame from a video sequence shot at 30 fps and saving it as an 8-megapixel equivalent high-resolution image. Don’t miss those fleeting moments!
180 degree tiltable for Panorama Selfie
With a 180-degree tiltable touch screen, you can get the perfect selfie. With the Panorama Selfie mode, you can even invite your friends to be part of the image and use an impressive landscape as the background.
Shoot First. Focus Later
Panasonic’s 4K technology gives you the remarkable capability of refocusing an image even after it has been taken. Select the in-focus area after shooting with the Post Focus function. With newly added Focus Stacking function you can combine several images with different focus distances in order to get the perfect focus range in your image. Especially helpful in macro photography where you have a shallow depth of field.