Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS25
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS25
1 September 2009
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS25 is a 12.1 megapixel camera with a 5x optical zoom and 3in LCD panel. It's well-built, slim and elegant and has a range of features, including Intelligent Auto mode with scene detection and Face recognition that will make it an attractive option for those who want to get...
Pros: Stylish good looks., Responsive zoom with wide angle., Variable brightness LCD., Lots of Scene modes.
Cons: Switch for play instead of button., Flimsy battery cover., Face detection poor in low light., Some gimmicky scene modes.
Summary: Panasonic makes some great 10-megapixel compacts, but seems to be struggling to get the best out of its 12-megapixel sensors -- the Lumix DMC-FS25, Lumix DMC-FX40 and Lumix DMC-FT1 all turn out slightly mushy detail.
Pros: Good design and controls; big screen and clear interface; quick-access button for the 'intelligent auto' mode.
Cons: Fine detail lacks bite; some scene modes work at lower resolution; focus tracking is slow to lock on.
Summary: Seemingly nothing more than a middle-of-the road pocket camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS25 has some surprising features. The FS25 comes off the assembly line with a 12.1 megapixel CCD sensor, a 5x optical zoom, a new and advanced Intelligent Auto Mode, AF tracking, an Intelligent Exposure Mode,...
Pros: Easy to use, Stylish and sleek, Good for travel
Cons: Unpredictable results, AF too slow, Poor at high ISO
Excerpt: Mit der „Lumix DMC-FS25“ bringt Panasonic eine schlanke Zwölf-Megapixel-Kamera mit vielen elektronischen Hilfsfunktionen auf den Markt. Sind viele Megapixel und Automatikfunktionen eine Garantie für gute Bilder?