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  1. dSally
    June 18, 2020 @ 7:02 pm

    Can you tell me how to get rid of all the setting on the camera. I just want to use the manual shots.


    • Diana Rowe
      June 19, 2020 @ 8:15 am

      Hi there, Yes I can. It’s super easy. All you need to do is turn the camera setting to “A” and it will take you to the automatic setting.


  2. Ric G.
    November 3, 2018 @ 2:23 pm

    I would review this camera with the same praise as most others who are happy with the ZS60, HOWEVER, there is one major drawback with it. In order to package in a huge zoom lens, they had to sacrifice something for space, and it was the sensor that got the axe. It is a tiny 1/2.3 sensor which is about the same as most cell phones and smaller than the sensor in my 10 year old Nikon P7000. If you have to zoom your shot (especially in anything less than bright light) and then crop even the slightest bit, photo quality really drops due to the miniscule sensor.


  3. Frank C. Allen
    December 1, 2017 @ 3:32 pm

    I have a Panasonic / Lumix DMC ZS60.
    My 1st one only lasted 1 year before it malfunctioned. But, it was a great camera. I had warranty on it so I got a new camera in it’s place. This camera I can’t seem to set up. It’s beyond me why it’s so difficult & the direction in the book do not work. I can’t even take a picture like it should.


    • Diana Rowe
      December 2, 2017 @ 7:22 am

      I hear you, Frank. Once I get used to one camera (phone or other equipment), it’s such a pain to get used to its newer model. I actually had a few questions when my Lumix DMC ZS60 was new, and I needed some quick set-up answers. My advice to you is to join the Lumix community and ask questions.

      Here are 2 Facebook links to get you started:

      Message Lumix OR Panasonic on Facebook:

      You can also ask questions here to the Panasonic community:

      In addition, if you purchased your camera locally (or have a local camera shop), take you and your camera there to see if they can help you!

      Stay with it — I still love my Panasonic Lumix cameras (and now I have 2…)
      thanks for your comments ~ Diana


  4. Diana Rowe
    September 27, 2016 @ 11:12 am

    I seriously LOVE this camera … and I’m not going to lie; I’m a Panasonic camera fan. So easy to use, great shots, high res, social sharing — and yes, hand off the grandkids and they take equally awesome pictures. I’m glad you like it! PS Welcome aboard to TMOM!


  5. Dee Dean
    September 27, 2016 @ 10:37 am

    Okay Diana…you have sold me on this camera. It is literally everything that i am looking for, in the size that I am looking for! Thank you for this insightful and very helpful review. And your grands took amazing shots as well!


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