Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33
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Good lens&features + compact size
Kadosa, B&H Photo
15 April 2008
Summary: That's a fine compact camera: the Leica lens provide crisp sharp images, the menus are well-built, the display is visible even in sunlight. The metal case is elegant and protects the device. Maybe the only bad thing is the flash : too small and too close to the optical axis: Red-eye reduction semms to be inavoidable. AF is overall good, not so nervous in low-contrast situations.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Strong Construction
Great for anybody who just wants a few photos and not a prize winning shot for times magazine
20 June 2012
Excerpt: This is a great little digital camera, i've had mine around 4 years (I think...??) and it hasn't put a foot wrong, if you are a budding photographer who wants the kind of super HD close up shot of some wild animal for national geographic magazine then no.... its not the camera for you, but the rest of us, this is perfect!
Excerpt: "...future models and versions from panasonic and other competitors. the pictures and fast to upload and take up little memory so it isnt intensive on the memory card unlike other cameras. the zoom is up to 3x which i find is plenty enough for holidays or days out, however if you require a more extensive zoom then i would opt for a different panasonic. the lumix brand from panasonic are a very stylish, yet high quality offering and i find much easier ...
Solid camera, should be up to the job for most people going on holiday.
2 April 2010
Excerpt: Overall, this is a solid point and shoot camera. It has a very quick start up time, so you never have to miss that all important moment. Also the flash recharges really quickly when you are taking shots in low light. The intelligent auto function is pretty useful as it sets the settings according to the light conditions for you. A couple of down points: it does not take great photos in low light if you do not have a steady hand.
Excerpt: Bought this camera nearly a year ago now and absolutely delighted with it! The 'intelligent auto' is excellent, for an amateur photographer like myself it means that there is no playing around with all those fiddly settings anymore - just point and shoot! The photos are of excellent quality as well, the reason for purchasing this new camera was to replace my old one which could not take photos in the dark without the light blurring the whole image - in contrast this...
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. Memory size is ok, so you will need to buy another memory card to go with it but that is just normal with these cameras. It also features a very simple autofocus function so you ...
Excerpt: "The lumix. I borrowed one of these from a friend for a weekend to see if i liked it. to decide weather to buy one for myself. 1> Looks and feel well it is mainly impressive in this department very sturdy feel to it for such a small camera. the one i had, a two tone finish, was mainly matt with a mirror finish around the top etc. the problem i had here is that i have large hands and the buttons feel a little to small so a little difficult to use. 2> ...
Pros: small light good overall performance . a good buy for family shots and days out .
Cons: a little slow to start up high noise levels on large prints .