Panasonic Digital Camera

If you are looking for a Panasonic digital camera, you will find yourself looking at the Lumix, because this is the Panasonic digital camera this company has made famous. You'll find that the Lumix comes in all shapes, sizes and colours, but at the end of the day it is clearly a Panasonic digital camera.

The company makes a variety of different models, each one typically categorised under one of these headings:

- high zoom,
- creative,
- tough,
- advanced stylish, or
- stylish casual.

So you can see that they are appealing to the masses.

Take your pick, but be sure that what you choose meets your own personal needs. Also be sure that you realise the cheaper cameras they offer have quite small sensors (about 10.2 mm), while those costing more will have sensors that are about double the size. This is important, because the bigger sensors will produce better quality photographs.

Like all the other top manufacturers, this company has produced a wide range of different digital cameras that range from top quality single lens reflex (SLR) models to the point-and-shoot models that most hobbyists prefer. A lot of these feature top quality German lenses manufactured by the world famous Leica company.

The History of the Panasonic Digital Camera

Like many of the other top photographic companies (including Nikon and Canon), Panasonic is based in Japan. The company, originally known as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, was founded in 1918 - and by 2007 it was ranked by the American Forbes company as the 59th largest company in the world. But this company isn't only about cameras, which is probably why many consumers choose products manufactured by Nikon, Canon and others before they look at those produced by Panasonic.

While companies like Nikon, Canon, Olympus and others - many of which were also founded in Japan - were busy launching amazing cameras, Panasonic was claiming fame to a whole whack of other electronic products including television sets and music-related products that offered hi-fidelity audio. They were also very busy producing electronic products for the home.

So consider all this information - and do a whole lot of your own research - before you decide what to buy. If you do your homework you will know what you want, and whether it is a good idea to buy a Panasonic digital camera.

Other Great Hobbies

CB Radio Wiring

RC Hobby Stores

Jousting Reenactments

Whitewater Kayaking