Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 / DMC-FS22
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wyoming, DP Review
3 September 2013
Excerpt: i bought this camera on a budget during a sale last year. i was looking for a very small cheap camera for my parents and i think the choice was correct. at 100-200 iso the pics are really nice: colors not oversatured, good details (at least better than i expected fro a sensor like this). very accurate wb and metering. but when it gets darker everything changes, at 400 iso small details are lost, and then it gets worse. nothing unexpected from the kind of camera though.
Summary: This camera is small, light weight and easy to use. While I am walking through New York City or running in the Adirondack mountains I enjoy taking pictures. The quality is excellent and a 3GB memory card can hold more than enough pictures. The price of $100 is exceptional and the size makes it very easy to place it in my pants pocket for that quick picture. I highly recommend the Panasonic DMC-FH7 Lumix.
Summary: Direct Deals came through for me. The Panasonic DMC-FH7K camera was just as specified. It's amazing how 21st Century tech can be packaged in such a small camera. Everything was in order and top-notch. If the need arises I would order again! Thanks.
Summary: I am mentally challenged and this camera confuses me. Too many features within features. I needed just a "point and shoot" camera and this one is too complicated for me. I will probably have to give it to a relative who understands it. Camera seems to be fine. I just need one simpler.
Summary: I have a full size digital SLR camera but I just wanted something I could throw in my backpack to have with me always. This camera has a lot of the features that my DSLR has and much more than my cell phone camera has. The quality of the photos are really good. Sorry but I haven't used the video function of the camera yet. If you are looking for an inexpensive, full featured, easy to take along camera, this is the one for you.
Summary: My sister just got married, and wanted to make it low budget. Instead of buying a Rebel or Nikon DSLR, she said "16MP will take good pictures!" I told her she was crazy, but I have to say that I was really impressed by some of the shots she took. Will this ever stand up to a high level camera? OF COURSE NOT! Apples and oranges.