Panasonic TS2, the latest creation for Japanese amateur photographers and amateurs of extreme hiking, immersed in water resistant to 10 meters deep, can give you its functionality even at -10 degrees Celsius.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS2
Temperatures in this period hurt but all accounts engineers from Panasonic puts a little bad light. Next time we hope they launch a device that will withstand -40 degrees.
On the specifications, TS2 boasts a 14.2 MP sensor, 6x optical zoom and High Definition video. Not missing Mega OIS optical stabilization system, developed by Panasonic.
New Compact Panasonic TS2 will be distributed globally; it remains to find out how it will cost and when it reaches stores.
“We have been very pleased to see that consumers found true value in Panasonic’s first rugged digital camera, knowing that they could take it on their outdoor adventures where it could withstand drops, water and dust. But even more, we saw that users enjoyed our LUMIX TS1 for their daily photo needs – they were able to take high-quality video and photo without worrying if they casually tossed it in their bag or used it in the rain,” said David Briganti, Senior Product Manager, Imaging, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company. “The new LUMIX TS2 gets tougher and we expect it to be a key product in 2010, as its rugged features are becoming even more desirable for active users, especially with this year’s new freezeproof capabilities. Families will enjoy this digital camera, both for their own outdoor activities, vacations, but also so they can allow children to take photos without the anxiety they might otherwise feel of damage.”
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