Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX90
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7 May 2012
Summary: With a touch screen LCD and outstanding image quality, my Panasonic Lumix FX90 review shows this is a really nice camera for beginners. The FX90's autofocus and response times both work very well.
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX90 is a small, thin, elegant camera that offers some interesting features. Chief among them is built-in Wi-Fi, which enables the wireless transfer of photos and movies to a computer, audio/visual device (such as a smart TV or Blu-Ray player) or directly to a photo sharing...
Conclusion: Panasonic offers some excellent digital cameras and can normally be replied upon to produce crystal clear photos. As with previous reviews of cameras in the FX part of the range the Panasonic Lumix DMC FX90 just does not match up to those usual high standards.
Summary: In times gone by it was a simple rule of thumb that if you wanted to get a digital compact camera, you went for an optical company such as Nikon, Canon, Pentax or Olympus. As an electronics company, Panasonic has helped turn that tide and is now one of the biggest players in this sector.
Conclusion: The FX90 isn’t so different from its FX70 predecessor. Granted there’s the inclusion of Wi-Fi that, while nice to have, isn’t as useful as it at first seems, not least due to its huge negative impact on the camera’s battery life.
Pros: Touschreen-based focusing, up to date features, Wi-Fi technology, 3cm wide-angle macro mode, optical stabilisation, colourful images, small size
Cons: Poor battery life, touchscreen can slow access to some settings and won’t match up to smartphone standards, zoom toggle too small and poorly placed
Excerpt: Les compacts proposant le transfert des images en WiFi ne sont pas une nouveauté mais ils n’ont connu qu’un succès limité, Panasonic tente à son tour l’aventure avec son FX90. Petit compact très plat, le FX90 ne comporte que très peu commandes, Panasonic restant fidèle à sa formule de l’écran...
Pros: Grand écran tactile, Peu encombrant, Système WiFi aux possibilités étendues
Cons: Une certaine complexité, Pas pour passionné d’image