The new Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 features go beyond mere compact cameras because it has a 20x optical zoom and a large MOS image sensor of an inch. It also highlights in the video recording in 4K by offering a quality that until now had not been seen in these cameras.
The new Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 is a good choice for lovers of photography as for video, the latter who can liven up an unlimited video recording in 4K MOV / MP4 with high image quality. It also records video in Full HD bitrate high speed.
Another new feature of the Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 is the incorporation of a guide-pole mechanism, which is common in professional camcorders. This element, together with the structure of internal zoom, allows great image stabilization in the approach to the scene. In fact, that is able to reduce by 80% the chances of blur compared to the previous model.
Panasonic Lumix FZ2000, bridge camera with better video quality
In addition, the camera offers the ability to select the recording format, as required, and also has a frequency system for professional use, as with professional features such as speed Four Variable, Dolly Zoom, Time Difference, Animation Stop Motion.
Another advantage is that, during recording, you can broadcast live images to an external monitor via an HDMI cable. And, for the film market, it has extra software to record video on V-Log L.
The camera also stands out for its technical characteristics as the Leica DC Vario-Elmarit lens with a 20x optical zoom, 24-480 mm of which is equivalent to a 35mm camera, f2.8-4.5 aperture and across the range focal.
The optics consists of a total of 16 lenses in 11 groups to provide good image quality and achieve greater clarity, while avoiding shadows and highlights. The diaphragm is nine blades for a smooth blurs and that takes into account the rapid changes in luminosity.