Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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Much more than I ever expected from a pocket point-and-shoot.
4 August 2011
Summary: I learned photography with rangefinder and medium format cameras in the 1970s, and resisted digital cameras. This one appealed to me because of the Leica optics (SONY also looked attractive with their Zeiss optics).
Awesome camera, clarity, price features----can't beat this deal!
31 July 2011
Summary: I bought this camera as saw it in action twice that my previous camera which i thought was good...put me to shame... this Lumix is superb. The motion stabilizer is outstanding, the picture clarity is top notch. The price for this camera is no doubt excellent for this much quality.
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.
Summary: This camera is very easy to use. It takes great pictures and is small enough to keep in your pocket. It is my understanding that it has a zeiss lens. Everything works well and is convenient. I like the switch instead of a button to turn the camera on.
Summary: I bought this camera in large part because of the Leica lens. I've used it on a dozen occassions and the picture quality is superb - razor sharp clarity and snappy contrast. I was a photojournalist many years ago, a dinasaur wedded to multiple cameras and lenses, and a variety of films, filters,...
Summary: I wanted to purchase a lightweight easy to use point and shoot. I found that not only was this camera perfect in weight and size BUT the image quality is amazing. The flash isnt overbearing, the image stablizization feature works wonders, and the zoom distance is incredible.
Summary: Great little camera. With the sports mode, I took an action shot of the Cincinnati Reds pitching ace Chapman throwing a strike. My seats are 22 rows up behind 3rd base. The photo could have been used in Sports Illustrated! Wow ! What a camera. And it fits in my pocket.
Summary: Firstly, let me say this is a great little camera for the money. Photos are sharp, macro photos are nice. Outdoor photos are incredible, provided you have enough light. Takes about 250 photos a charge as advertised, however videos will eat the battery almost twice as much.
Summary: I bought this camera about two weeks ago to have a pocket size camera that takes good pictures. Granted it isn't a SLR, but that isn't what I wanted. It takes very sharp, clean, crisp photos and much faster than a more expensive camera that I own.