Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 / DMC-FS35
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It is OK
Jeri Holder, Amazon
25 April 2013
Summary: I got this for my birthday last year and really can't tell that much of a difference than any others. Or maybe I just don't know the "Special" things yet. I have had it 10 months and it does take good pics, but so does my iPhone. My Fuji camera takes better pics than this one.
Summary: This camera works very well. I am pleased with the auto-imaging software. This enables an effective "point and click" technique which works great for generally incompetent people like me. The only complaint that I have is in regards to nighttime/dark photographs. From my experience, which may be attributed to my naivety, I have not been able to take very clear and representative pictures in poor-lighting conditions.
Summary: I've had Panasonic Lumix's before. I love their line. When I lost my previous Panasonic Lumix, I was devastated until I realized that I could get a newer version. I searched through many different brands and lines. I kept coming back to this brand. I wanted this camera for the zoom and megapixels, and waited for a nice sale. It delivers. I get great pictures and it has settings for many different environments.
Summary: This camera is easy to use and takes good pictures except in low light there is red eye. It is suppose to have a setting to reduce that. The old Kodak that died on me completely stopped redeye. Also, the button for snapping the picture should have been where the enlarger button is. When you use this camera all the time and no other camera, you get used to where the button is.
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: I purchased this camera to keep in my bag primarily for family events or the occasional photo opportunity. I own a Nikon D70 which I love. While this will never compare to it, it definitely takes fantastic, high-quality photos. Pros: Super Compact Great Battery Time Easy to Use Interface Fantastic Auto Focus (I have shaky hands) Cons: The zoom isn't as fantastic as I would like.
Summary: Was looking for a wide angle camera for houses. This makes a huge difference in taking pictures of bedrooms. With a basic camera you can usually only catch 2 walls and this spreads it out and really lets you see how a room looks and feels. The auto focus setting seems to be fine. I have not had any of the blury images other reviews discuss. It feels somewhat cheap and light but it seems to be holding up well.
Summary: I carried around my Canon PowerShot Elph for a long time, and I was always satisfied with the results. On my last trip abroad, I managed to drop it onto a tiled patio and "pfft!" there goes the Elph. I read a number of reviews on affordable compact point-and-shoot cameras, and what it boiled to was either get another Canon or try out the Panasonic LUMIX FH25. I decided on the Panasonic this time mostly because of the favorable reviews on its zoom capabilities.