And there I'm Josh Goldman senior editor for CNET and this is a look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC TS forward.
-- the company's top rugged camera that's waterproof to about forty feet.
Shocker to six point six feet and -- -- been desperate.
Which are the same ratings as twenty -- TS three.
It's four point six acts like a zoom lens and twelve megapixel high speed CCD sensor and two point seven inch LCD in the same two.
So basically you end up with the same image quality and shooting performance as its predecessor. Which were both very good.
About what is new are -- shooting options like full HD video and EBC each year MP four.
Miniature effect for photos and videos. Easy panorama is Andy time -- option as well as some other minor feature tweaks.
There's also a manual mode with control over shutter speed and aperture.
So if none of those things are terribly important if you up creators from the TS three might want to pass.
But otherwise it's still in very good rugged camera.
I'm Josh Goldman and that's the Panasonic Lumix TS --
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