Panasonic has unveiled its latest digital camera will called the ZS20. Panasonic claims that this is the world slimmest digital camera that sports a 20 times optical zoom lens. The camera also has full HD video recording and integrated GPS. The lens is a 24 mm wide-angle unit allows you to get more people in the photo.
Integrated GPS functionality allows the user to take images with GPS coordinates allowing the location where the photos were taken to be pin pointed and shared with friends and family via maps and photo sharing sites. The camera comes with a DVD that has map data on the disc that can be copied to the camera’s memory card to allow the user to get information on points of interest that are nearby.
The camera has a 14.1 megapixel resolution and uses a high-sensitivity MOS sensor for higher image quality. The camera can shoot bursts at 10 frames per second at full resolution. Video is recorded in 1080p resolution in AVCHD format. The rear LCD is a 3 inch Smart Touch LCD with 460,000 dot resolution. The camera has a number of touch features, including a touch shutter feature. The camera can upload videos via a USB cable to Facebook. Panasonic will sell the camera for $349.99 starting in March.