Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2 Review
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Listed below are some of the rivals of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT2.
The Canon PowerShot D10 is an all-action compact camera that will cope with just about everything that you throw at it. Water, dust, freeze and shock proof, the new Canon D10 is a distinctively designed 12 megapixel camera with a difference. Find out if the $329.99 / £379.00 / €449.00 D10 makes the perfect summer camera by reading our expert review.
The Olympus Mju Tough 6010 is the latest nigh-on-indestructible camera to find its way onto the Photography Blog test-bench. On paper the freeze, shock and water -proof Olympus 6010 makes a great choice as a one-size fits all camera for the entire family. It's also a capable model too, with 12 megapixels, a 2.7 inch screen, and 3.6x wide-angle zoom lens. Find out if it makes the grade in our Olympus Mju Tough 6010 review.
As its name suggests, the Olympus mju Tough 8000 is one of the most resilient cameras around. The Tough 8000 is water-, crush-, freeze- and shock proof, making it perfect for use by all the family. Also known as the Stylus Tough 8000 in North America, this is a 12 megapixel digital camera with a 3.6x image stabilised zoom lens and 2.7 inch LCD screen. Retailing for £340 / $399, we find out if the Olympus mju Tough 8000 is the perfect do-it-all, take-it-everywhere camera for the whole family in our latest in-depth review.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1 joins the growing list of rugged cameras that you can take almost anywhere and which will survive almost anything. Waterproof, shockproof and dustproof, the Panasonic FT1 (also called the TS1) should handle whatever you or your family choose to throw at it. Gavin Stoker finds out if the FT1 can even brave the coldest UK winter for decades...