Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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11 October 2011
Summary: This camera has really impressed me! In the past I had a really old sony cyber shot that work ok but never did a great job has I've always wished. I've seen how Canon Power Shot work, delivering pictures that have great colors and focus very well, with no blur at all. However the price of the Power Shot, when I was comparing cameras, were way higher than this Panasonic lumix. They offered less MP (14 MP and 12 MP vs 16 MP) and just half of the zoom (4x vs 8x).
Summary: This is the best canera that I have ever had for always taking with you. It fits nicely in your pocket. It takes excellent pictures, even when in direct sun light. The extra 10X also takes great looking pictures, not like the old digital zoom. The many settings make it all-in-one camera. So far the included software is easy to use and allows you to edit the "bad" shots so that they look good.
Looking for a budget compact camera? Look no farther.
27 September 2011
Summary: This has got to be one of the best camera in the sub-$200 range, in terms of benefits/cost ratio. I read many expert reviews before I bought this camera; not all of them were fair--after all, this is a cheap camera. Needless to say, if you're that picky, go buy yourself an expensive dslr and learn how to use it. The only "complaint" I have is that the replacement for the rechargeable battery is relatively expensive (>$40).
Summary: I honestly really love my camera. I've always bought Casios, but I was getting tired of their really bad flash (washes out people's faces really bad). I didn't want to pay for a Canon and I heard good things about Panasonic Lumix. This camera is great. The picture quality is amazing (not like a professional, but still great for what I want) and the flash doesn't wash anyone out.
Summary: I think this is a great little camera for the price. I was replacing another pocket-sized point and shoot that got bounced one too many times on my bike, and my criteria were size, image quality, and zoom range (especially wide angle, which I'd had on my previous camera). I use a DSLR for "serious" shooting, but the point and shoot in my pocket gets a lot more use than the DSLR in the camera bag at home!
Summary: After my Olympus FE-340 quit working after 3 years (I am still trying to have it repaired), I looked around for a new camera that could take its place as my every day camera. The requirements are for a camera to be small and light enough to fit in my bag with all the other odds and ends, as well have at least 5x optical zoom and a decent picture quality, sensor, start-up/shooting speed and hardware-accessible (not buried in menus) shooting modes.