Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH22 / DMC-FS33
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Good Camera, Good Value
10 August 2014
Summary: Good Camera, Good Value. A good all-around compact P&S camera. Nice 8X lens & features, programs. Came out aorund 2010 or 2011, so a bit dated now if you're buying at retail. My only complaint is that the battery compartment door often opens accidently.
Summary: i bought it for the assist lamp(illuminator), and the zoom feature. the price was perfect too. not thrilled with the touch screen. although it is a feature that is just making its way into the camera technology....im used to the clean/clear/touch sensitivity of my cell phone.
Summary: Have had this camera for almost a year. It is a good value with a solid performance. Does not have all the bells and whistles that some competitors have, but this camera will last more than six months. Lens, made by Leica is one of the better on the market.
Summary: Mi experiencia con el comprador fue buena, aunque me hubiese gustado que adjuntara un obsequio por la compra como el estuche para la cámara, una pila extra o la memoria. :) La cámara llegó en buenas condiciones, bien empacada.
Cheaper than FH20, So i'll endure the touchscreen.
Gold Fish Lung, Amazon
7 September 2011
Summary: It's really not that bad, the touchscreen is quite useful for quick adjustments in settings. Where it gets bothersome is when you're trying to pan around a picture while zoomed in. It's so annoying that you'll just forgo panning around. Pros: -Great price for camera with lots of features.
Summary: I've had it a few months with no probs, there is a firmware update that made the touchscreen slightly more responsive and it did seem to help. It's really small and feels solid. There are newer/better models now anyway, looks like they replaced it with DMC-FH2.
Summary: Hello, I bought this camera for the touchscreen. Works great and the zoom is really awesome!! But there is a problem, my camera is too big for me. I had another cameras before, but this one is heavy.