Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33
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This camera just rose to the top of my collection!
J. Capobianco, Amazon
26 May 2014
Summary: I am a long time camera collector and user(see my other reviews) and won this camera on ebay, along with two other point and shoots for $10. The owner didn't know if they worked due to lost chargers, well they did and this one was mint and had only shot 230 pics! This camera combines 8mp (just right for a small sensor) with a good noise reduction system,an outstanding Leica lens(same one as fx07) and enhanced color processing. The results are Outstanding for a compact!
Summary: AWESOME. Best camera I have ever come across for its size. It takes awesome pictures and amazing video. I spend three months on researching digital cameras. I purchased it for $130 with shipping refurbished. This camera was rated one of the best of 2008 The only parts that you have to remember: 1. Press down as you are going through pictures cause I deleted some sweet video because I thought it was a bad picture. 2.
Summary: This is the best camera I have ever owned. The wide angle lens is a definite advantage when shooting larger groups from close range. It takes great pictures inside in low light, which many small cameras fail to do. And the controls are easily understood. Can't go wrong with this one.
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G. A. Tyack "The Tyack", Amazon
16 January 2009
Summary: After long and arduous research, I finally decided to buy this Panasonic FX33K. Usually having invested so much time into researching and comparing products, I come down to a select few products, picking one, and end up somewhat regretting not picking another one. This has not been the case with the FX33K. I am a very particular person when it comes to buying anything.
Summary: User's friendly, 28mm wide-angle, 2.5" vivid lcd screen and with the Intelligent auto mode, just point and shoot and you'll have a great picture Pros: Very fast burst mode, LEICA lense, slim compact body, Optical Image Stabiliser, 15 faces recognition, anti-blur works Cons: a bit low with startup time, no manual control, no view finder
Summary: This camera just feels good. This particular (black) body is rubberized (but all-metal underneath the rubber coat), something not apparent in the pictures or description. It's a small camera, smaller than the Canon SD870, but not as small as the Canon SD1000. Slim and pocketable, easily.
Summary: If you're looking for a no-fuss, yet high performance compact digital camera in the $250-300 price range, this is the one. For starters, my number one feature requirement was an equivalent-28mm wide-angle lens. After many years living with 28mm as virtually standard in the pre-digital age, having to put up with a 35mm minimum (without paying a fortune) was starting to get really unacceptable.
Summary: I bought a black 7.2 model and fell in love with it. After comming off a Nikon I wondered if this camera had it...And it does and more...You guess Panasonic just has better electronic than a camera manufacturer..I just bought this model for me as my wife took the other away with her This one has more mega pixels anyway and has a 28 mm lens which is way cool, as extra lenses in my Nicon d 70 is major bucks.
Summary: I just received this camera Thurday, 3/6 and am loving it so far. I haven't "figured it all out" yet but am really pleased with the ease of use and picture quality. As said in a previous review, the colored casing (I got blue) has a really nice feel to it. I originally wanted the black but most places were sold out. I am actually glad I got the blue - it's a really dark blue and gives the camera a good look to it.