Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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26 July 2011
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. My pictures have been clear and crisp with little need for editing. I highly recommend this camera to anyone looking for quality, quickness, and easy usage!
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. The camera can take 720p videos, fine with that. Heres the catch, the camera cannot zoom when you're taking videos, no optical, no digital.
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. I'm very pleased with the quality for the price and would recommend it to anyone wanting a point and shoot without all the BIG bells and whistles.
Summary: I needed a pocket size point and shoot with basic features for under $200. I really tried to compare features, reviews, etc for my new camera from numerous websites. While the FH25 had less reviews than the other Sony / Canon cameras in its class it generally had no negative reviews. I normally go with Canon but I had read good things about the Lumix / Leica lens. I took the camera on a recent trip to Yosemite to test it out.
Summary: Overall, I am pleased with this camera. It's relatively "idiot proof" to use in automatic settings and takes good, high quality pictures. About the only shortcoming I've found is the lack of an internal program or setting to format a memory card. For this, you must download and install onto your computer from Panasonic a program called SD Formatter V. 2.0.
Summary: I'm not a professional photographer. I enjoy the outdoors and wanted a small camera that I could point and shoot. I am particularly fascinated by cloud formations. I am thrilled with the sharp photos I am getting with this camera. The 16 megapixels allows for a lot of detail. The mode button is handy, the viewfinder screen is nice and large, and the camera is very forgiving for folks like me who have a hard time holding a camera completely still.
Summary: A brief review, I found practical than in less than 10 seconds I'm ready to take photo of my 4 year, or my baby 5 months old. I put my 16 gb SD card also purchase on amazon, and a set of two batteries for extra space, but I'm impresive on the "IA" functions all automatic, really recomend to parent with little childrens. Thanx for your time.