Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 / DMC-FS22
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29 June 2012
Summary: Panasonic has touted the Lumix DMC-FH7 -- called the Lumix FS22 in some parts of the world -- as a great point and shoot camera for portrait photography and, thanks to this camera's "cosmetic" modes, it does work well for portraits of people.
Summary: When the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 arrived at my doorstep I was genuinely impressed with the camera’s tiny footprint. The FH7 is a slightly updated version of the Lumix FH5, the only major difference being a marginally larger LCD screen that now includes a touch screen overlay, allowing the LCD to be...
Pros: Excellent image quality, Great noise management, Easily pocketable
Cons: Tricky menu system, No real user's manual, No zoom during video capture
Summary: Having just been launched, the Lumix FS22’s asking price sails close to its £169.99 RRP. For this reason it may be worth waiting a while for a number of retailers to begin stocking the model, as it’s likely to come down in price and become more affordable. Is it worth £170 right now?
Pros: Touch-control shooting works well, good image quality, brisk focusing system
Cons: Noise and noise reduction compromise detail, no immediate explanation for key controls, zoom moves slowly through its range