A2 vs FZ20

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Bill H., Nov 20, 2004.

  1. Bill H.

    Bill H. Guest

    As I see it there are 4 important differences between these two cameras.

    1) 8 mp vs. 5 mp
    2) GT lenses vs. Leica lenses
    3) manual zoom vs. power zoom
    4) 7X optical zoom vs. 12X optical zoom

    I enjoy taking pictures of landscapes and wildlife. I want to be able to
    produce quality 11x14 prints. I am concerned about the positioning of the
    FZ20 zoom control. Which one and why? I am assuming that I will either use
    a wide angle extension on the FZ20 or a telephoto on the A2.
    Bill H., Nov 20, 2004
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  2. Bill H.

    HRosita Guest

    Hi,

    I bought a Panasonic FZ20 when it came out and returned it. After owning a
    Minolta D7HI I just could not get used to the power zoom and also the color and
    sharpness of the pictures was not to my taste.


    Rosita
    HRosita, Nov 20, 2004
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