Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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Perfect camera for family picture-taking
Ms W from WA State, Amazon
14 February 2012
Summary: I received this camera as a Christmas present. Before buying it, the purchaser spent alot of time researching it and reading all the reviews he could find on the camera. It is just perfect for me. I've been taking video's of my little Grandson with it and I love the camera! It has a whole lot of features that I like, including the Intelligent Auto Mode; My Scene Mode; Motion Picture Mode and more. You can also easily choose Black & White, Sepia, and "Happy" Modes.
Summary: After nearly going blind reading reviews on point and shoot cameras I bit the bullet and got this Panansonic. I am so glad that I stopped stressing and over thinking and got it. It is all I wanted to be and more! It is smaller than I expected, but that's great because I got it to go in my purse. I love all the optional scene modes. So far, because of weather, I have only taken indoor pictures of my cat. It has a "pet" mode that works great with no red-eye.
Summary: I just got the camera and I'm pleased with the quality of the photos. However, I was shocked to find out that the camera isn't plug and play with my Macs. Or iPhoto. It is my fault that I didn't actually think to look at compatibility when I bought it, because it seems hard to find an electronic (especially in cameras) that isn't Mac friendly anymore, but here is me telling you that it is only Windows friendly natively.
Summary: Many other fabulous reviews, so I will keep this short. This camera is small, and so light it feels flimsy and cheap at first. But even with no view finder, this camera is a must have for any serious amateur photographer. Not so many menus you need a master's degree to use it, image stabilization is incredible, and for all the press the Leica lenses get (and well deserved for sure), what places this camera light years ahead of some of the other more popular brands - the...
Summary: I purchased this camera in December of 2011 and love it! Prior to purchasing it I tried many cameras but I hadn't found one that could keep up with my active daughters and kept missing important shots. A friend who was a camera buff recommended this camera to me. First I went and tried it out in a local store against other cameras. The Cannon Sure Shot was recommended also but when I tried it out it took too much time between pictures.
Summary: I got this camera during a sale for a cool $100, and so far it's been a great deal. It replaces a 5-year-old 5MP KODAK camera (where the contrast got all messed up), and in comparison it's superior in almost every way - it's smaller and lighter, takes great quality pictures, and records movies in HD. The menus are easy to access and navigate, and the LCD screen is sharp and bright.
Summary: Excellent value for this high MP digital camera. -Extremely easy to set-up, charge, and use as a daily/vacation camera. -Grab a 16GB HD-Class10 card and most casual shooters will have plenty of storage space, even at the highest MP setting. -Zoom is functional and what you would expect for this price range. Don't expect the results you would get with a Nikon D3 w/400mm glass. Reasonable results are achievable with this little unit.
Summary: This was a replacement camera for one I loved, but a friend dropped and broke. This newer improved version Panasonic camera is better than the previous camera. It is easier to use and takes great pictures even with the flash off. People think the pictures I have taken are from a more expensive camera. Also it is red. Love it.