Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33
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Perfect Choice for a point in shoot.
A. Reader, Amazon
27 May 2009
Summary: This product would have had 5 stars if it hadnt stopped working withing a month of getting it. Thankfully Panasonic fixed it right up, but they never did tell me exactly what was wrong. I had to be without it for two weeks.
Summary: pan This is it. It was easy for me to set up and I'm 61, so anyone can take pic's with this camera. Point and shoot, it's great. If you want more control of your pic's you can get high tech also. Great camera
Excerpt: i bought this camera two years ago and have found it fantastic. it has many modes, is easy to use and takes many great high quality pictures that can compete with its future models and versions from panasonic and other competitors.
Excerpt: It seems this is a bit of a marmite camera- either you love it or you hate it. Well I LOVE IT. bought for me as a 40th birthday present by my wife. having worked in the camera industry for over 16 years, I knew of Panasonics marriage with Leica, and always found them to be perfect partners.
Pros: its small neat and its got a Leica lense
Cons: none that come to mind, other than it is a Compact Digital, not a DSLR
Excerpt: Love this product and cannot go on about it enough - have used it almost everyday. The build quality is superb and it really feels that it has been put together well. Battery life is great and you will get the whole day out of it easily, I always buy a spare just in case.
Excerpt: I got this camera for christmas a year ago and as somebody not particularly technilogically competant, I find it extremely easy to use. I have experimented with the different settings available (such as soft skin, party, landscape) and find that some of them produce excellent photos.
Pros: Appearence, efficiency, battery power
Cons: Small dial and sometimes not straight forward settings .
Excerpt: Very lightweight and comes in a variety of colours which makes it that little bit more personal. Comes with a detailed user book which may take some sifting through but gives you advice on how to get the best out of the product and discover features which aren't publically advertised.
Pros: lightweight, differernt colours, huge screen, easy to use, extra software