Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000



Bridge Camera, MOS, 60-1/4000, 20.1 MP, NFC, Wi-Fi, 780g

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 properties

Product name Lumix DMC-FZ1000
Type Bridge Camera
Lens Integrated
Aperture (Lens data) F2.8-F4
Memory Cards SDHC, SDXC
Features NFC, Wi-Fi
Viewfinder Electronic (EVF), LCD/OLED
Shutter Speed 60-1/4000 bps
Continuous Drive 50fps, 12fps, 7fps, 2fps
Auto Focus Yes
Image Stabilization Yes
Optical Zoom 16.0 x
Digital Zoom 4.0 x
Max Picture Resolution 5472×3648 pixels
Image File Format DPOF, EXIF, JPEG, RAW
Flash Built-in
Battery Type Lithium ion
Display Size 3.0 “
Display Resolution 921000 pixels
Max Video Resolution 1920×1080 (Full HD)
Video resolutions (fps) 1920×1080, 25fps, 1280×720, 25fps
Video File Format AVCHD
Sensor Type MOS
Effective Pixels 20.1 MP
Total Pixels 20.9 MP
ISO Rating 80/100/125/200/400/800/1600/3200/6400/12800/25600
Weight 780.0 g
Dimensions (HxWxD) 98.5×136.8×130.7 mm
Miscellaneous PictBridge supported

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2 reviews for Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000

  1. Fine guy

    Nice equipment. FZ1000 with the Metz 52 AF-1 Digital lamp works OK – I am writing here about wireless connectivity. Only the external autofocus support lamp does not work, but it is a classic failure of lamps dedicated with Lumixes. These lamps ONLY work on original Panasonic flash units.
    After some time, the housing under the right thumb, between the knob and the AFS / AFC / MF switch began to work very, very gently. This is practically imperceptible, but as you already know, sometimes the big toe flies there alone.
    I am satisfied with the pictures, I cannot see any more changes since my first opinion. If I see anything else, I’ll write. Regards.

  2. Joh

    Hello again after two years.
    This is my third opinion on this camera. I write it primarily answering Roland’s questions. Let my assessment be confirmed by the fact that after such a time of use, the equipment was a gift! Of course I respected him well, but the FZ1000 still looked practically new. The dials have not worked, nothing has worn out. I gave it to someone from my family for the last Christmas and since then I’ve been lurking for something newer than Panasonic, tiring with the miserable optics of the smartphone.
    I waited a few months, but I did not wait, and taking advantage of recently slightly lower prices and the just started Cashback promotion from Panasonic, I bought a new copy. Yes, I bought the DMC-FZ1000 again! While setting it “under” it turned out that it has the latest firmware version 2.2 uploaded, and I have overlooked that it is. My knowledge stayed on version 2.0 – but a shame.
    The quality of the new workmanship is impeccable, and maybe even better than its predecessor, because there is no slack under the right thumb. The equipment has not changed. The lid string is still missing. It seems to me that the new model works much quieter than the previous one. There is no such quiet “rattling”, which was sometimes heard on movies recorded with an earlier camera. When it comes to ergonomics, I have nothing to complain about. The buttons and knobs are located in the right places, and the fingers find them easily and intuitively, especially when using the option of programming several buttons for preferred functions. Quick parameter switching, especially after proper camera configuration, is not a problem.
    All this time I haven’t experienced problems with the old model. There were no other slack, no problems with sharpness – always quickly and practically error-free. Sometimes AF got lost when it was too dark, but that’s the norm. I don’t say anything about Panasonic, because I didn’t have to use it and I hope I won’t have to – here I knock in unpainted wood.

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