Excerpt: How do you tell if one 16-megapixel point-and-shoot camera is better than the other? We’re here to help you find out before you drop 200 bucks. The Lumix DMC-FH27 is a very compact digicam with a potent 8x zoom, potentially making it a good choice for vacationers. There’s nothing as convenient as having a pocket camera with a range of 28-224mm for grabbing nice wide-angle landscapes and group shots along with the ability to zoom in on subjects far away.
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FH27 review: A digital camera that has a good lens but a fiddly touchscreen
Good Gear Guide.au
20 May 2011
Summary: Panasonic's LUMIX DMC-FH27 is a compact digital camera that has a good 8x Leica-branded zoom lens. However, the 3in touchscreen can be a pain to operate and doesn't offer many advantages over traditional buttons. The camera's 16-megapixel sensor is also average at best, with poor quality movies and images that are only at their best when there's good lighting.
Summary: Wie die Canon A3300 IS arbeitet die Panasonic FS37 mit einem CCD-Sensor. 16 Millionen 1,3 µm kleine Bildpunkte reihen sich auf dem 1/2,3-Zoll-Chip, dessen Diagonale gerade einmal 7,7 mm misst.