Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ70 review: Ultimate everyday point and shoot?
By Kevin Carter -
Monday December 23 2013
With a DxOMark score of 41 points the FZ70 attains a sensor performance ranking of 221 overall. With a color depth of 19.4 bits, a 10.8 Ev dynamic range but a respectable 171 ISO low light score, the ranking is slightly below average for a small sensor compact camera. The best performing model in our database is the Canon PowerShot S120 – albeit with a slightly larger 1/1.7-inch type sensor - with a DxOMark score of 56 points.
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Added by PWRUSS
December 23, 2013
I have used bridge or super zooms cameras with satisfying results for travel, wildlife and dinghy racing for many years using: Panasonic Z5, Nikon 8800, Z18, Z38 and now Canon SX50. Canon SX50 is good given small sensor but been also very pleased with Panasonics, so reckon little to choose between them. Add my Nikon 1.7 ED TC to the SX50 and I get a surprising usable 2040mm: giving higher subject clarity than a 5d mkII and a Sigma 150-500mm! Yet to test against my new Sony A7R with Sigma 150-500mm, or even an ancient Tamron 500SP mirror (+2x SP).