Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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Awesome camera for the money!
Carolina Torres, Amazon
27 April 2012
Summary: I got this camera mostly because of the high mega pixels and it's small size. I also have a panasonic lumix fz35 which I love because of it's awesome zoom, but it's bulky to carry around. I love the portability of this camera. I can put it in my pocket and forget about it. I recently took some closeups of flowers in my yard. When I downloaded the pictures to my pc, I could not believe how clear, crisp and vivid the picture was.
Summary: This camera doesn't seem to take pictures as well as my cannon power shot that finally died (due to multiple drops & storing in my mommy bag). I am not happy with the lens, it zooms inadvertently if my finger slips off the click button, and it has a unique USB cord that I have to keep track of rather than using a standard USB. It was cheap....that is about the only good thing about it. Can't wait to kill this one off so I can go back to a cannon.
Summary: I can't say how much I like this little camera. It lives in my handbag and goes with me everywhere. I've had it for about a month now and it's the best money I've every spent on a camera. I'm saying that as a DSLR shooter. I have a Sony A77 which I dearly love with more lenses than any amateur should have, but I just can't take it everywhere and this little camera I can. This camera delivers rich colors, is responsive with a menu system that is very easy to figure out.
Summary: I just purchased this product and received it in the mail today (April 25, 2012). I haven't had a chance to play with the camera yet, so I'll review that part at a later date. I did want to clarify though for those wishing to purchase this item through Amazon.com that it does come with PC software, an owner's manual, a battery, a battery charger, a hand strap, a USB connection cable and an AV cable. That wasn't really clear when I purchased the camera.
Summary: Before the birth of my son, I hardly ever took photos and I was perfectly happy with my iPhone camera. Then my son was born, and I started taking tons of pictures. When I printed them, they looked terrible. They were, after all, mostly taken indoors in low light. That's when I started shopping around and decided to buy this Panasonic FH25k. I have had it for a year and a half now I believe and overall I am very happy with it.
Summary: I don't usually write reviews but feel I should on this product. I recently purchased this product for a trip to Central America. This camera performed flawlessly. the picture quality is as good as the more expensive cameras, for sure. From close up shots of flowers to max zoom, this camera is fantastic. Anybody will be able to pick up this camera and immediately be able to take top quality pictures with the auto mode.
good basic camera for those who want to point & shoot
21 April 2012
Summary: I bought this for a family member who knows nothing about cameras or photography and who has no interest in learning more than just push the button. :) So, when shopping for a camera for her, my criteria was - how good will it do on full auto. It needed to focus quickly and accurately and I wanted it to have reasonably nice image quality. I bought this and tested it out for a few days.
Summary: My order arrived in good order. What a cute little camera! I have taken about 40ish photos and a couple of videos. The controls are very easy to use and the function menus are pretty intuitive. The anti-shake stabilization is pretty impressive! If you need native 24FPS video, guess what! This camera shoots HD video @ 24 FPS! How cool is that! I put an 8GB SDHC card in and it will hold ~1400 18:9 photos or 10+min of video. this would be a great back packing camera.
Summary: This camera had fantastic reviews and the price was definitely right! I was very excited to get it. I needed to replace my Kodak z1012, which is only 10mp. This one, at 16 mp, didn't take as good quality pictures. The good things about it were it's small size and lots of features. The bad things were the software (which had very little editing features) and the pictures themselves just weren't sharp.