Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS15
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Great little camera for the price.
14 July 2012
Summary: I bought this camera to take on a trip. We were going sailing in the Virgin Islands on a small catamaran and space was limited. I didn't want to take my much bigger and more expensive camera equipment. This camera worked nicely and was very convenient to carry around.
Summary: I bought this camera because it is portable and I can carry it at all times with me. I use it to always have the ability to take pictures of stuff I want to remember. I've been using it for 8 months now.
Summary: I got this as a present for a friend, because I have the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150 and like it. My camera cost over $100 more than this one, but it came out sooner. Both take great pictures, but mine is a bit better.
Summary: I purchased this camera towards the end of last year. I wanted a good all around everyday use pocket camera. Pros * Small and portable * Sturdy build * Easy to use * Easy to use menu system. * Decent daytime pictures Cons / wishes * Wish the lens would go a little wider.
Summary: It's a good camera takes great pictures the only thing i dislike is the switch button to change the camera mode to review pictures mode, it looks it can be damaged with the time, a push button can work better
Summary: Likes: Good clarity, auto focus, related indicators and associated light. Instructions are hard-printed rather than on a CD. Excellent apparent overall quality , fit and finish. Nice leather carrying case. I decided to buy it due to the Leica zoom lens which came with it.
Summary: Compared to my old 6 MP Canon, this camera takes noticeably better photos. Its flash doesn't wash out photos too much, but it's very very good at taking low-light photos, and I almost never need to use the flash. Image stabilization is really useful when taking heavily-zoomed or low-light photos.
Summary: I personally like Panasonic cameras. This camera is also a good product. It is small and looks nice. I noticed that it doesn’t have a traditional switch of camera regimes. But if you never had Panasonic cameras before, you will don’t have to care about that.
Summary: This is a great little camera with easy to locate features. This camera sees the light and gives a perfect exposure in many low light situations. Great for scenic photography. Beautiful exposures. Has many scene modes - night-portrait-sports-macro, etc. I think around 12 different scene modes.