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The best Panasonic ZS200 / TZ200 deals in May 2022

best Panasonic ZS200 / TZ200 deals

If you’re looking for the best Panasonic ZS200 / TZ200 deals?, you’re in the right place. Our team has searched all the major retailers to bring you today’s very best Panasonic SZ200 / TZ200 camera deals, so you can be sure you're getting the best value possible for your hard-earned cash.

With the pandemic and resulting electronic chip shortages causing havoc in the global camera industry, retailers are struggling to stock enough of some of the most popular camera models. But don't despair! We've scoured the web to find retailers near you who'll either have the Panasonic ZS200 / TZ200 in stock right now, or else available for pre-order. Scroll down to see today's best prices...

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The best Panasonic TZ200 / ZS200 deals

Big zoom, well-rounded specs and even an EVF thrown in

Type: Compact | Sensor: 1in | Megapixels: 20.1MP | Lens: 24-360mm (equiv) | Screen: 3-inch touchscreen, 1,240K dot resolution | Viewfinder: Electronic | Max burst speed: 10fps | Max video resolution: 4K video at 30fps | User level: Beginner/Enthusiast

1in sensor and massive zoom range
Large, built-in viewfinder
Not a huge step up from TZ100
LCD fixed in place

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Panasonic has always been near the top of the digital camera pile when it comes to travel-zoom compacts, thanks to its aptly named ‘TZ’ series (known as the 'ZS' line in the US). The SZ200 / TZ200 is the latest premium model and it has a lot going for it.

For starters, it packs a larger-than-average 1in sensor with a respectable 20.1MP. This is crammed into a chassis that's a bit too large for a jeans pocket but slips comfortably into a day bag, and is married to a handy 15x optical zoom that starts out at an ultra wide-angle 24mm equivalent setting, running up to 360mm at the telephoto end (in 35mm terms).

Perfect holiday companion

Displaying its enthusiast-enticing mettle, the ZS200 provides a useful (if small) 2.3million-dot resolution electronic viewfinder, plus a 3in rear monitor with 1.24million dots. This rear display is fixed to the body – rather than angle adjustable – although, helpfully, it's sensitive to touch. 

Being a Panasonic product, we also get the ability to capture 4K video clips, at a speed of up to 30fps, and it's also possible to extract 8MP stills from them if desired. Meanwhile, creative shooting modes include an artsy monochrome filter as well as Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual control. Raw shooting is also on hand for those wanting to process their images later on.

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Any camera that trades on the scope of its zoom needs a decent anti-shake system, and here Panasonic offers the belt and braces of optical image stabilisation for stills plus five-axis stabilisation for video. Hand-held, low-light shooting is further aided by a core light sensitivity range of ISO 125 to 12,800, which is expandable to ISO 80-25,600. That said, the AF system will struggle to focus if light levels are too poor. 

Battery life is good for a respectable 350 shots if using the LCD screen, although this drops slightly to 300 if you prefer to use the EVF for composition. It's not the cheapest compact right now, even if it does sport a 1in sensor, but if you need a small, light and solidly specced performer for your travels, the ZS200 has much to recommend it.

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Similar cameras: Panasonic Lumix ZS100 / TZ100, Sony RX10 Mark III, Canon PowerShot SX710 HS

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