Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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11 December 2011
Summary: Love this camera! Did lots of research on all digital cameras before finally choosing this one and I couldn't be happier. So easy to use. Great for up-close and far away objects. Definitely will get your money's worth!
Summary: It had been 10 years since I purchased a digital camera and had to wade through scores of them and the benefits of each. I was looking for something in the price range of $100 - $120 at the highest. Didn't need a lot of bells and whistles. This Panasonic Lumix is slim and compact but packs a punch. The LCD screen provides great resolution for pictures and video. The buttons are easy to use and do not get in the way when gripping the camera.
Summary: This is a good point and shoot camera. For that you need to set in IA (intelligent Auto) mode. This mode will automatically adjust the camera setting for a given lighting and distance. In a regular camera you have to manually adjust these setting otherwise the picture will not be good and eventually blame the camera. Panasonic has eliminated this problem. Battery life is good (took about 150 pictures and still had battery power).
Summary: You can't get any better for this price range! Takes AMAZING photos! I don't have any complaints about it. I have literally had this camera for 4 years and it has been put through hell to say the least (including a year long deployment to Iraq!) and it is still in great working condition! I completely, 100% recommend this camera to ANYONE! Buy it now! You won't be disappointed!
Summary: You can point and shoot easily. It takes a second for the zoom to adjust, must remember to do that before trying to take video or the whole thing will be out of focus. The different settings seem silly, but really show a difference. One says for taking pictures of food, I laughed, but when photoing my Thanksgiving dinner I forgot to set it to food, so I took separate shots of the pumpkin pie and it really looked delicious in those settings and did not photo well in the...
Summary: I am a grad student in need of a camera that could handle photographs when doing research in archives that do not always have well lit spaces. The difference between my last camera is literally night and day. I have fewer foggy and shaky images. Also, the multiple face finder makes it easier to do a quick photo in a room with low light. I don't feel like a turn-of-the-century photographer making everyone stand still for 3 minutes any more!
Summary: This camera was recommended by the owner of a huge camera shop as the most powerful, functional, and cost-effective camera in its class. I have used it now for two weeks, and I am very pleased with its performance, weight, and capability. Excellent choice.