4K Video Capture With the clarity of 4K video, the LUMIX TZ90 makes it easy to record every journey in up to 3840 x 2160p detail — four times the quality of Full HD. Capture more excitement, more life and more memories that will last for years to come.
4K Selfies With a 180-degree tiltable monitor, you’ll always get the perfect selfie. Whether it’s of you, a group, party moment or overactive dog, you’ll get your shot in 4K quality. LUMIX 4K PHOTO lets you catch the best moment at 30fps and save it as an 8-megapixel equivalent high-resolution image.
30x zoom pocket-sized travel camera
The new LUMIX TZ90 easily slips into a pocket for travelling. And even with its compact size, the TZ90 features a host of attractive functions for travellers, from an indispensable ultra zoom to Panasonic’s newest 4K video / photo technology. It brings you every detail, from intricate landscapes to faraway subjects and spur-of-the-moment shots. Capture all those travel memories before they pass you by, and save them in the exact form you want.
Panasonic’s latest superzoom travel compact camera, the Lumix DC-TZ90 (also known as the Panasonic Lumix DC-ZS70), follows on from last year’s TZ80 to bring a 30x optical zoom (24-720mm equivalent) combined with a 1/2.3-inch 20.3 megapixel sensor. The Panasonic Lumix DC-TZ90 also features a range of other interesting features, including 4K Photo and Video, a tilting-touch sensitive screen, an inbuilt viewfinder and both raw format and full manual control. There are a number of travel compacts currently on the market, with the closest competitor for the v probably being the Canon Powershot SX730. The Panasonic Lumix DC-TZ90 / DC-ZS70 retails for £399 / $449. Ease of Use In terms of differences between the Panasonic Lumix DC-TZ90 and the previous TZ80, the key new update is the tilting screen which is useful for taking selfies, as well as shooting from high angles. Panasonic has managed to keep this screen pretty slim so the overall size of the camera is just a couple of millimetres thicker – you’d be hard pushed to spot the difference even when the two cameras are sitting next to each other.