Summary Panasonic ZS15

Prices Price
Camera only
$436
Score Snapsort rank
Within its price range
#n/a of 64
Among similar cameras
#n/a of 71
Specifications Key specs
Zoom
Help 16x
Screen size
Help 3.0"
Aperture
Help f/3.3
Screen resolution
Help 460k dots
Wide angle
Help 24 mm
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 60fps
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Also known as: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ25

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Replacement

Panasonic has replaced the Lumix ZS15 with the ZS25.

Panasonic Lumix ZS25
Panasonic Lumix ZS25 announced January, 2013
Zoom More zoom
High-speed framerate Records high-speed movies
Size Smaller

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Pros

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The Panasonic ZS15 vs other recent compacts

Zoom Above average zoom Help
16x
Image stabilization Image stabilization Help
Lens
Sensor type CMOS Sensor Help
Better in low light
3D Takes 3D photos Help
View photos in 3D on 3D televisions
Panorama In-camera panoramas Help
Stitches together multiple photos into a panorama
HDR In-camera HDR Help
Combines multiple exposures
Longest exposure Very long exposures Help
60 seconds

Cons

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The Panasonic ZS15 vs other recent compacts

Size Slightly large Help
Compact 105x58x33 mm
Thickness Thick Help
1.3"
Announced Old Help
January, 2012
Weight Heavy Help
208 g
Light sensitivity (boost) Low boost light sensitivity Help
6,400 ISO
High-speed framerate High speed movies Help
Not supported
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Supports RAW No RAW support Help
Less editing fidelity
Popularity Not so popular Help
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The Panasonic ZS15 vs other recent travel zooms

Lowest price Expensive Help
$435.70

Appearance

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Discussion

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Avatar for videoismylife videoismylife (2:15 PM, March 13, 2012)
I've had one for a few days now. Image quality is a large step up from the other two cameras I tried; Panasonic's noise reduction strategy leads to some graininess at high ISO; much better than the smearing of fine detail or big globs of color that I saw with the other cameras. Panasonic's been making pocket super-zooms longer than anyone else, and it shows - image stabilization is significantly more effective than Fuji or Nikon's, and the lens is sharp to the corners. The camera's easy to use, interface with switches is a bit dated but it's also tried-and-true. I almost gave up on finding a reasonable pocket zoom, but I'm keeping this one.