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The Good Optically stabilized 12X zoom lens; solid color accuracy and detail capture; top-notch continuous-shooting performance; flexible feature set for enthusiasts and beginners.
The Bad Low-res, silent movie capture; some image artifacts; lens blocks flash in macro shots; tends to overexpose highlights.
The Bottom Line It's a solid megazoom digital camera, but you might be better off with its 5-megapixel sibling, the DMC-FZ5.
It's a lot like its predecessor, but for the most part, that's okay.
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