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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT3 - Test shots: Detail and Lens Performance

By Gavin Stoker


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Review Price £299.99

A more general selection of test shots are revealed on this page and next to act as an evaluation of the Lumix DMC-FT3 in a variety of shooting conditions and with different lenses attached, as detailed.


Here's our usual wide angle test example, here at 28mm equivalent which, although we are losing a little definition toward the edges on close scrutiny, isn't bad at all. Again the sharpest detail is to be found dead centre of frame.


And by way of contrast an image taken at maximum zoom, a fairly modest but for this class of camera perfectly adequate 128mm equivalent. Again a reasonable level of detail is maintained even if the image could do with a boost in terms of contrast to get rid of the late afternoon haze.


Another shot at the telephoto end of the zoom, but of a closer subject. Again, definition is good for a folded lens point and shoot, with sufficient detail displayed for us to be able to pick up on the flaking paint and rust spots in this once more regal insignia.


A handheld night time shot without flash but with the relevant night scene mode selected on the camera. Apart from obvious image noise in the darker areas and blurred subjects because of the necessarily slower shutter speed, sufficient detail has been maintained to more than justify taking the snap in the first place.


A close up macro shot reveals plenty of texture on this piece of stone in a shot that it is hard to find any fault with at all.


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