Panasonic Lumix Fx200 review by Paul Nuttall at Trusted Reviews: Indeed, the overall optical capabilities of the FZ200 left us impressed, with the camera able to produce some excellent images with very few flaws.

One further string to the FZ200's bow is its ability to shoot lossless Raw files

"The headline feature of the Lumix FZ200 is undoubtedly its 'world's first' constant f/2.8 aperture that runs throughout the entire focal range from 25mm to 600mm, allowing you to use faster shutter speeds and lower ISO settings even when shooting at the furthest reaches of the 24x zoom. Indeed, the overall optical capabilities of the FZ200 left us impressed, with the camera able to produce some excellent images with very few flaws. Performance is also pretty solid across the board, with quick start-up and shot-to-shot processing times. The vari-angle LCD screen is another welcome feature that

greatly helps with tight angles and self-portraits, although it’s a shame that Panasonic couldn’t spec a screen with a slightly higher resolution. All told, you'll struggle to find a better camera in its class than the Panasonic FZ200."

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