Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 / DMC-FX78
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77
18 November 2011
Summary: Smart in both looks and brains, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 produces some of the best images of any digital compact we've tested over the last couple of months. We're not so keen on the handling as the sleek, trim body is devoid of easy grab points, but it's redeemed by the responsive, easy-to-use...
Summary: The FX77 has already fallen by around £40 from its £250 RRP, and once it drops below the £200 mark it should be one of the more tempting lifestyle compacts on the market. Although it lacks some of the more interesting features seen on competing models, much of what it does offer is designed to...
Pros: Large screen, good stills and video quality, capable focusing system, slim body
Cons: LCD screen could be more details, lack of image details at 100%, zoom rocker a touch too small, menu system
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix FX77 / FX78 is a 12.1 Megapixel compact with a 5x stabilised zoom and a big 3.5 inch touch-screen display with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Slimmer and lighter than previous FX models, the Lumix FX77 / FX78 has a newly designed CCD sensor which provides 1080i video, but lacks the full...
Pros: 24mm super-wide-angle, coverage., 3.5in LCD touch-screen with tap-focusing., 5x stabilised optical zoom., HDMI port and AV cable.
Cons: Poor menu navigation., Reduced resolution in Night shot mode., Lack of 'fun' or creative modes.
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 takes touchscreen camera technology to its extreme conclusion, with just four external controls placing the emphasis firmly on using the massive LCD screen to operate the camera.
Summary: Die unmittelbare Konkurrentin der Panasonic DMC-FX77 in diesem Testfeld ist die Canon Ixus 220 HS. Wie die hat sie ein 5-fach-Zoomobjektiv mit 24 bis 120 mm KB-Äquivalent und optischem Bildstablisator, ein schlankes, leichtes Gehäuse und einen 12-Megapixel-Sensor mit 7,8 mm Diagonale.