Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH1 / DMC-FS10
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tohofervin, DP Review
13 December 2011
Excerpt: I've just bought this camera 1 week ago. I'm in love to the look of the camera, and its the only one reachable to my budget. The camera works really fast, fast focusing, and minimum shutter lag, honestly I'm very satisfied to its speed. The camera works good in low light as I ever experienced with the other brand. It takes the light very good on wide angle. but when it comes to tele zoom, the whole things going differently.
Summary: If you are mainly interested in this camera because of how small it is, then you'll like it. However, if you're at all concerned about picture quality, this is not for you. The images are very grainy and about half of mine would come out blurry. I returned it after a week. It would probably be ok if you just wanted to print 4 x 6 photos without any cropping (ie, not zooming in with your computer).
Disapointing image quality sticking with Cannon SD1000 (7.2MP)
1 January 2011
Summary: I only used this camera for a few minutes. Bought it from Amazon to replace my Cannon SD1000 (a very small 7.2MP camera). I took a few shots with both computers and then loaded them on the computer. Despite the Panasonic having more megapixels, the actual image quality when zoomed in to the same size on the computer screen, the 7.2MP Cannon from 3 years ago had a sharper image and better colors.
Summary: After reading the reviews I was slightly disappointed. Pictures just don't come out as nicely as promised. Lots of movement and in dark situations the camera doesn't perform great. I wanted an all-in-one camera that would automatically set to optimal settings, but even when using the Intellingent Auto feature, it doesn't seem to work out well.
Panasonic Lumix FS10 Digital Camera - Pink (12.1MP, 5x Optical Zoom) 2.7...
Mr B P MILLS, Amazon
19 December 2013
Summary: A very good camera but like most now available, the wide-angle reproduction is not to my liking on many shots as distortion of the images takes place at either end of landscape or close-up records. So the non-linear images produce "leaning" posts and buildings and for instance if taking a shots of persons sitting around a dinner table, faces and heads get "stretched". I have experienced this with other digital cameras.
Summary: After breaking my casio, I thought I would give the Lumix a try. It's a nice quality camera, but the photos always come out very blurry, no matter what setting I use. I much prefered my Casio. It took perfect photos every time.
Summary: The camera is very easy to handle and easy to understand even for a novice, I have yet to wade my way through theinstruction book for the finer details.but this does not stop me from using the camera. However the USB Lead would not download my pictures for me and I had to go to a camera shop for advice and was told that the USB lead was faulty.