Summary: Takes pictures extremely fast. Can take a picture within ~1-2 seconds of turning the camera on. Consecutive pictures come very quickly, even when charging the flash. One of the few point and shoot camera's that will allow you to zoom in and out while shooting 720P video.
Summary: I love this one so much that now, a year after I bought my first and it was just snatched from me, I've ordered another one as a replacement. I've taken a look at the newer stuff, and I'm sold that this one is still the best.
Summary: I just can't say enough about this camera. I really love everything about it. I looked around for quite a bit comparing cameras before settling on this and I'm so glad I did. Aside from all the spectacular settings on this, the Auto setting is amazing.
Summary: I decided on the DCM-FP8 based on a couple of previous Lumix models I have had. This model caught my attention for 2 primary reasons; 1) the 12.1 MP quality and 2) the image stabilization feature.
Summary: I was a Sony user before this camera but after I dropped my Sony I wanted to give a chance to this one because it was more cheaper with good reviews and specifications. I can honestly say that I'm happy that my old camera was broken, it was so slow comparing to this one and image quality wasn't...
Summary: Here are the strong points of this camera: - Very small, about the size of a pack of cards with half the thickness - Very speedy startup - Very little shutter lag - Good quality photos (amazing, considering it's a small folded lens) - Inexpensive Weak points: - The anchor for the wrist strap is...
Summary: We travelled across America, on a motorcycle. My wife snapped 1064 pictures while we were on the road. The picture quality is superb, the camera is simple to use, easy to access when you want to get a quick shot and the software support is next to none.
Summary: For $159.00, this camera is probably the best point and shoot camera in the market to date. Some of the outdoor shots coming out of this camera is similar to my full frame Nikon D700 DSLR camera.
Summary: I bought this camera to replace my Sony Cybershot (which I dearly loved). My Cybershot is still in good working order, but my husband wanted a small camera to take fishing and didn't want to worry about caring for a new one.