Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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George Jelves "george Jelves", Amazon
21 June 2012
Summary: got this for my wife's birthday. she had a 5 meg compact camera , it was fine in the day time, but had problems at night , too many settings. This one has a full auto setting for all light levels, and in all conditions the results are great. It comes with a lead to plug straight in to the tv, where you can even do the editing.
Summary: I agree with the positive remarks made about this camera. The only thing to bear in mind is the battery life. If you are planning to use the camera for a full days shooting, then you will need to take a spare along. Even without the flash switched on, one battery alone can't hack it. The good thing is, you don't have to re-set date and time whenever you swap them around. It manages to retain this information (unlike my son's camera).
Excerpt: "PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-FS35 I am a big fan of digital cameras and have owned several over the last few years. I usually try to upgrade every year, but I have been loyal to the Panasonic Lumix brand for the past three years or so. When my baby son was due, I felt it was an excellent time for an upgrade, so I did an online search to see which would be the best model to buy. I didn’t want to spend more than £150, I wanted more pixels and a bigger zoom ...
Pros: Excellent range of features, great quality photos and video, very good value .
Cons: Complex amount of features which are hard to find sometimes .
Summary: My camera packed in without warning so I had to look for something quickly. Having read the reviews in Amazon this one seemed to do what I needed without breaking the bank. It is simple to use and the zoom is remarkable. The quality of the pictures I am getting is excellent. The controls are simple and intuitive. The display is very clear. I am very pleased with this purchase. This is a late addition to my comments above.
Summary: I like to be able to take photos as inspiration for later paintings and collage work. I have a Panasonic Lumix DMCF27 from several years ago and have always loved it, but needed something less bulky that I could always have to hand. After looking at all the major manufacturers & models, I found myself drawn back to Panasonic Lumix!
Summary: A very neat fairly lightweight camera. Haven't used it too much yet as still getting used to it. Slightly complicated so would have appreciated a more in-depth manual instead of having to look on the internet to find the very large comprehensive manual. Too large to print off a copy and quite difficult to negotiate as well.
Summary: This is a fantastic little camera. I bought this just before my holiday to New York as i didn't want to take my big Canon DSLR. I was over the moon with the build quality of the camera and the quality of the pictures. Its well built, light, easy to use and takes incredible photos, Nothing more to say!
Summary: I quite like this camera. My favorite part about it is the build quality, it's quite rugged and solid feeling. I prefer this sort of camera to the thin compacts that seem to be the norm now (including many Panasonics). One particular bit I like about the construction of this camera is the mini-USB connector. It's protected by a small but solid flap. It's very easy to open and close.