The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 is tough -- but so are we. We took this 12-megapixel waterproof compact and did the obvious thing: we jumped into the Irish Sea
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 is here to pwn you n00bs and become the l33t haxxor of rugged cameras. W00t!
For a camera that can cope with everything you throw at it, from a pool party to a safari, the FT1 is rather good at its job. Expect excellent quality HD video and great photos, if you can look past the slightly slow performance times.
Typical price: $659.00
Last year's Lumix DMC-FT1 has undergone a training montage and emerged as the totally ripped, entirely mental and generally well 'ard DMC-FT2
In the last year we've seen cameras with projectors, 3D, Wi-Fi, GPS, swappable lenses, extra screens and new sensors. The megapixel race is over -- all hail the gimmick
The waterproof new Pentax Optio W80 may not be a great swimmer, but it certainly looks the part. Is it too small a fish in the sturdicam pond though?
Panasonic's latest additions to the 2009 Lumix range includes an update to the popular FZ28 superzoom camera and a new ultra-thin lens design.
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It's taken a while for Canon to catch up with its compact competitors in the HD video race, and it seems the company has acquiesced on this front, announcing a range of new IXUS and PowerShot models with the much sought after functionality.
Panasonic has unveiled its new line-up for 2009, which incorporates updates to its popular TZ line and a brand new tough model designed to withstand water, drops and extreme temperatures.