Conclusion: In theory, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH27 had some good things going for it such as compact body with a versatile 8x optical zoom. Yet its video capibilites really seem behind the times with only 720p at 24 fps, mono sound and no zooming capability. The Intelligent Auto only has six choices versus 32 on new Canon PowerShots and the touch screen design is dated as well. Check out the Canon 500 HS to see what we mean.
Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FH27 review: A digital camera that has a good lens but a fiddly touchscreen
Good Gear Guide.au
16 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.