Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT3 / DMC-TS3
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Panasonic Lumix FT3: The Chuck Norris camera
12 February 2014
Excerpt: The tough camera market is more crowded than ever with manufactures falling over themselves to make increasingly indestructible compacts. So, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT3, the latest tough guy to hit the street, needs to be something special to stand out against our current rugged favourites: the...
Pros: Super tough: Freeze proof, waterproof, shock proof, drop proof, Leica lens. Sharp pictures, 3d shooting option
Conclusion: The FT3 should be given serious consideration from potential 'tough camera' buyers as Panasonic have given attention to little things such as a double lock on the battery compartment / sd card entry, and sped up the auto focus and start up times from the previous model.
Summary: • Captures crystal clear images • Better image stabilization • The playback system supports viewing the photos on map with computer • Excellent digital 4x digital zoom (Max. 36.3x combined with Extra Optical Zoom) • Significantly wider aperture • Light in weigh and can be easily carried owing to its...
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FT3 Rugged Point and Shoot Digicam
29 September 2011
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT3 is priced at a market operating price of Rs. 27,200. This is on the pricier side of point of shoot cameras. Though it has some amazing features and delivered on all performance fronts, the price is a bit of a let down.
Excerpt: If you’re working in the middle of construction site, trekking through mountainous ranges, or just the type of person who’s not fussed to let the kids play with your digital camera… then the camera in your pocket is likely to be tough.
Conclusion: You might want a compact camera with a longer lens reach for your holidays - the so-called “travel zoom” of which Panasonic’s new Lumix DMC-TZ20 is a good alternative example - but the added toughened qualities of the FT3 are sure to be a draw for those who want to venture beyond your...
Pros: Rugged build, rammed full of the latest must have features, reasonably priced (if at the higher end of the price spectrum compared with a non toughened snapper), easy to use, good results with the minimum of fuss, built in GPS, 3D mode, Full HD clips
Cons: Priced at a slight premium, operational buttons too small and fiddly to be operated with gloves on or with wet fingers