Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150
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KENTGA, DP Review
30 June 2013
Excerpt: A friend got this camera for Christmas a couple of years ago and asked me to show her how to use it. I tried it for a couple of days and was amazed at the quality of the photos. You can shoot RAW and the 35mm equiv zoom range is 26 to 600mm.
Summary: I know--hard to believe but this is my first digital camera. Until I chose this camera, I was using a 35mm Canon EOS Rebel. I studied camera reviews for over a month and decided on this one...why this Panasonic?
Summary: I got this camera being a somewhat experienced photographer, and I've learned that this camera is absolutely amazing, I've even learned more from using it than anything else I've read about it, DON'T EVEN HESITATE.
Terrific camera to grow from beginner to professional
12 August 2012
Summary: This review is for beginner to intermediate photographers. 2012 This is a cost-effective and versatile performance state of the art camera for the beginner photographer who expects to get better and more creative with practice.
Summary: I won't discuss all the features this camera has, because that has been covered by many other reviewers. What I will say is that the quality of the lens on this camera is one of the best and most astonishing surprises I've ever experienced.
Summary: OVERVIEW: The FZ-150 is an excellent "superzoom" or "bridge" camera, with every feature you could want. It also takes very high quality HD video. If your desire is to post process still images on your computer, it can make that route much more effective, by shooting in RAW format, which preserves...
Summary: Thats what the folks that see my photos say. The lens reach meets my true needs but I wanted to go further so I bought the DMW Tele Conversion lens (plus DMW-LA5 adapter). I wont bore you with details already covered in other reviews, but I will say its an awesome "all in one" camera for $450-$500.
Summary: If you are a point & shoot camera person and you want a much better camera at a good price point with TONS more capability in iA mode and you don't want/know anything about lenses, filters, manual modes, etc., then YES! ABSOLUTELY, this is the camera to buy!
Summary: This is the first digital camera out of six that I really, really like. Fast focus times and terrific pictures both in intelligent automatic and all the other modes. The LCD is wonderful, large, flexible and very viewable. I have paid more for cameras that offer less features and flexibility.