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Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II : Specifications and Opinions




Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II, front

Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II, back

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The Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 II is a compact camera with 1" (2.7x) sensor and 20.1 megapixels manufactured from 2019. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 80 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 12 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 729 €;
6 users have given it an average vote of 8.8 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   1" (2.7x)
 Resolution   20.1 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   80 - 25600
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   60" - 1/16000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Stabilization   Yes
 Autofocus (AF areas)   49
 Continuos shooting   12 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Not needed (it is a fixed-lens camera)
 Video mode   4K (3840x2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   micro-USB (2.0)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Lens   9.1-146.0mm f/2.8-4.0  (25-400mm equiv.)
 Min. focus distance   0.03 meters
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 720 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.74x
 Viewfinder resolution   1024 x 768 px
 Flash   Yes, guide number 13 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Panasonic DMW-BLC12, capacity 8.64 Wh)
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   808 g
 Dimensions   136 x 97 x 132 mm
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sent on March 26, 2020

Pros: light; very good ergonomics provided by the handle and in general by the buttons that allow you to use it even with one hand (including turn on and off); Great Menu borrowed from the G9; ease of key programming; great articulated touchscreen (here Panasonic in my opinion is in front of everyone); fast and responsive in operation; very customizable depending on your needs; good EVF that above all does not distort on the sides as it happens on the G9; good image quality overall; well-groomed video sector as per Panasonic tradition; versatility of focal points (the main reason why you choose a Bridge); being a 'compact' inherits the central shutter that I definitely consider a pro because it allows you to shoot in High-sync even with flashes that do not have it; closed diaphragm produces a nice star effect that strangely you wouldn't expect from a Brdige and even the Bokeh is not bad at all when you consider the type of machine; good resistance to flares.

Cons: chromatic aberrations; rendered optical to the wide-angle focal at the extreme edges of the frame; decentralized tripod attachment thread that forces you to unscrew a possible plate to access the battery compartment/memory card (resolved); vignette sometimes really annoying especially at the two upper corners; noisy when on (both with on and off); through power bank you can only load it but you can not use it at the same time (which is possible with the G9 for example); aesthetically ugly and too plasticous lampshade that with use I fear loses the ability to stay hooked firmly once screwed (it took a mechanism with button, Olympus style 12-100); they could install a rear display with higher resolution; with the use of external flash (both mounted on the sled and controlled by trigger) I found a certain latency between the press of the shutter button and the actual execution of the same... in macro touring photography can be a problem; lack of tropicalization; JPG in the room nice but nothing more... the development of RAW allows much higher margins on the image quality front (and this, for me, applies with every camera tested, except Fuji that I have never had); had had a 24-600 like the Sony RX10 Mark III would have been almost perfect; a little too cheap to the touch (I refer to the plastics used).

Opinion: First it is light, more than the Sony RX10 Mark III its direct competitor. It doesn't have the consistency of Sony's materials (which, by the way, on paper has a minimum of tropicalization that the FZ-1000 unfortunately lacks), but this last weighs much more. To hold in the hand is very pleasant and I appreciated the fact that you can command it in full with one hand. The Menu I find great and compared to the old FZ-1000 this inherits that of the G9, decidedly improved, which has among other things a section 'my menu' in which to store the settings items that you use most frequently and then group them into a single submenu without needing to search for them every time in the many pages of the main menu, this for the benefit of a speed in the general operation not indifferent. The keys are easily programmable and once configured according to your needs it becomes very fun to use it. The articulated rear panel and touchscreen I find them very comfortable and very practical in the use of both photographic and video. I liked the EVF; if the memory doesn't betray me it should be the same unit mounted in the G80. Wide and above all without distortion at the extreme edges (carattersitica that I never liked about the EVF of the G9). The resolution of the EVF is not monstrous, but it is a pleasant unit that does not tire the eye. Regarding image quality the 20 MPs are well exploited and only at the wide-angle focal at the edges struggles to solve well. The sensor holds well up to 1,600 ISO. Even the dynamic range, to be a 1-inch sensor, is not bad at all. Unfortunately, sometimes (it depends on the incidence of light) you notice an annoying vignette, especially more visible at the two upper corners of the frame and is not always very easy to handle in post production. I did tests without a lampshade and without a protective filter I think they could be the cause of the vignette, but alas it is a congenital defect of the lens that as a second mole produces obvious chromatic aberrations, especially purple fringing, but these fortunately are easily corrected in post production (if you shoot in RAW) while, strangely, if you shoot in JPG they tend to be always visible in scenes with strong light/dark (if you look at 100% or higher magnifications). Had a Sony RX10 Mark III style zoom would have been almost perfect, that is, a nice 24-600. On the other hand, this goal, which does not make the miracle cry out as a whole, has a good resistance to flares, produces beautiful colors and even the quality of the blurred (the Bokeh) is not at all bad especially when you manage to detach the subject from the background using long focals. Even the star effect that is produced by closing the diaphragm is pleasant. The stabilization is discreet, but not at the Micro 4/3 levels with combined sensor/target stabilization. A large mole is the decentralized tripod attachment thread; having to unscrew each time the tripod plate to extract the memory or battery had become a torture. Fortunately, I found a way to solve the problem using the Square Plate of Peak Design, included in the Capture V3. If screwed in the correct way (from the side where you insert the threaded stud) you can open the door without removing it. In the future I reserve the right to correct this review if I have further elements of reflection on this interesting camera that I would advise to those looking for this type of cameras, especially if it is under 700 euros.

avatarjunior
sent on December 14, 2019

Pros: Handling, 1-inch sensor, myriad customizations

Cons: Noise over 1600 ISO

Opinion: 11/12/2019 I bought it with a thousand hesitations, after finding that in many holiday situations with the family I took dozens of photos with a TZ laptop with microscopic sensor from 1-2/3" and that I would have liked to have a more versatile and evolved device. The machine looks good, with fine finishes, light but seemingly sturdy. The BOOKLET in PDF exceeds 350 pages and to make the most of the technology inserted in the device it is certainly better to read it with some attention. Early tests show that at low ISO the images are very good thanks to the 1" sensor, while over 1600 the noise is noticeable and causes you to lose detail. In optimal conditions, however, JPEG files are very sharp and clean and I think they allow even large prints, thanks to the effectiveness of the stabilizer. What's surprising is the amount of customizations in the machine, with a dozen dedicated buttons in every part of the body and lens as well as pages and menu pages. Maybe there are too many options... but it's still fun to see the effect of any changes in the crosshairs (good and bright). Both the wide angle (25mm equivalent) and the canvas (400mm equivalent) are not among the most powerful of the bridges and a hasty analysis would be quite limited compared to the products of the competition, but it is not true at least in my opinion. On the wide-angle side the machine has a really interesting PANORAMA function, with which you can get directly into the room perfectly fused shots. In addition, you can decide the orientation of the shot: in other words, using the machine vertically you can take advantage of the long side of the frame with a really amazing effect. On the telephoto lens side there are also three additional zoom types, over 400mm nominal. Leaving aside the exclusively digital one (which causes the images to lose quality), you can choose between a "smart" zoom and an optical zoom that bring the focal length to 800 and even 1200mm respectively without dramatic loss of detail (especially working with good light and with some indispensable intervention in post-production). In any case, a basic excursion from 25 to 400mm is to be considered very valid because going beyond these numbers the designers would have to do real optical stunts with a likely loss of quality. Of course you can not expect miracles from a sensor a few millimeters in size and therefore it is unfair to make comparisons with a reflex even of only average level: but the practicality of sticking the machine in the backpack, knowing that for 90% of the occasions we will have a technically valid tool, is really priceless.

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