Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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My favorite camera
27 December 2011
Summary: This is a great camera, in fact I have purchased three total.The first one I dropped from a great height and broke, the second one replaced the first, and the third was for my 9 year old daughter. It is so easy to use that she mastered it in no time. The picture quality is remarkable and video feature is surprisingly good. I bought for $99 so it really was a steal.
Summary: I purchased this camera for my mom as a Christmas gift. I've played with it a bit and it's amazing- I can't wait to see the look on her face when she opens it. It was reasonably priced and it's just a great buy.
Summary: Love this camera! Did lots of research on all digital cameras before finally choosing this one and I couldn't be happier. So easy to use. Great for up-close and far away objects. Definitely will get your money's worth!
Summary: It had been 10 years since I purchased a digital camera and had to wade through scores of them and the benefits of each. I was looking for something in the price range of $100 - $120 at the highest. Didn't need a lot of bells and whistles. This Panasonic Lumix is slim and compact but packs a punch. The LCD screen provides great resolution for pictures and video. The buttons are easy to use and do not get in the way when gripping the camera.
Summary: This is a good point and shoot camera. For that you need to set in IA (intelligent Auto) mode. This mode will automatically adjust the camera setting for a given lighting and distance. In a regular camera you have to manually adjust these setting otherwise the picture will not be good and eventually blame the camera. Panasonic has eliminated this problem. Battery life is good (took about 150 pictures and still had battery power).
Summary: I haven't had this camera for very long before writing this (only 1 week), so I'll update in about a month. So far, however, it's exactly what I expected. I was going to get the Nikon Cool Pix, but that had too many bad reviews. So I bought this one. I tested it just once by taking photos INDOORS under flourescent light. Photos came out better than I thought they would.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Sony that I partner with a Pentax DSLR. Something I can keep in a pocket and use in crowds, etc. Just attended a high school reunion, and it performed well. At one indoor event, the lighting was poor, but pictures were acceptable. At another where lighting was good, pictures were excellent. The batteries are expensive, but I think I can get away without buying a spare. This seems to do well holding a charge.
Summary: I primarily photograph my pets indoors and birds and small animals out doors, along with landscape. This camera has taken excellent indoor (low light) photos and outdoor wild life. Unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to use it for much in the way of landscape yet, but it has done everything I've asked of it, and done it very well. I did a lot of research before deciding to purchase this camera and so far, I am not at all disappointed that I did!
Summary: I don't offer too many reviews, but this one was worth the effort. If you are looking to purcase a point and shoot, the Panasonic DMC-FH25 is probably the best camera for the money. I did quite a bit of research and was taken by the 8x Zoom and 16.1 MP. And it wasn't much more money than those cameras with fewer megapixels and features! It's easy to use - whether you are taking close-ups, or panoramic shots, the controls are intuitive and handy.