Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 / DMC-FS22
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 Review
Digital Camera Review
19 September 2011
Excerpt: 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 used as an input device. Though it is actually a tiny bit larger than its predecessor, the FH7 is still a super thin, easily point-and-shoot.
Summary: On the whole, the FS22 produces pleasing images and the lack of buttons around the back allows for a good-sized display, but the touchscreen can be awkward to operate and the menu system isn't always the most helpful. With over 16MP on its small sensor the camera's issues with image noise also come as little surprise. A decent compact that'll be all the more worthy of purchase once the price drops.