Panasonic DMC-FZ330EBK Bridge Camera

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The Panasonic DMC-FZ330EBK is a bridge camera which can capture stunning frames in 4K Ultra HD and incredibly detailed 12 megapixel stills. Well equipped with an electronic OLED viewfinder, vari-angle touch screen and dual dial controls, you’ll have all the shooting flexibility you need to capture the moments as they unfold.

Attached to the Panasonic bridge camera is the LUMIX DMC-FZ330's 25-600mm LEICA DC Lens which will help you get closer to the scene. Boasting an F2.8 aperture throughout its 25-600mm zoom range, the lens will quickly go the distance to images in almost any situation. Working alongside Panasonic’s latest 5-Axis Hybrid O.I.S technology, the pictures will turn out crisp and clear too – even when shooting on uneven grounds.

And with built-in Wi-Fi, you can easily share your best shots with friends or family as well as use your Smartphone for remote control.

The bridge camera’s Light Speed AF means that it is super quick to react, while the new Depth from Defocus (DFD) technology shortens the focusing time even further by calculating the distance to the subject by evaluating two images with different sharpness levels. 4K Ultra HD Besides its incredibly detailed 4K video recording capability, the new FZ330 is also proposing a new way of photo creation. By cutting out a 3840x2160 8 megapixel equivalent still image from the 4K video footage, you can photograph the spur-of-the-moment which is often missed in still image photography.