Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX01
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Steven A. Berns, Amazon
25 February 2011
Summary: Great, great camera. Easy to use and produces consistently outstanding photos. A bit of a hassle to transfer files to the PC, but I found a way to do it rather easily. Not necessary to usse Panasonic software to do the transfer.
Summary: Camera takes great photos if out in the sun or daylight. Indoors or flash are awful from my experience. It is nice and small, sturdy and has served me well for what I like to take photos of and I have several others so this is just one for the pocket when out and about.
Summary: I have had many digital cameras over the years, and today have 4 that work. I use this the most just because it is so small and easy to carry. Panasonic is going to release a 12 mp model soon which I might buy.
Summary: I've had this camera for about a year now. I've taken thousands of shots and it has preformed without missing a beat. What I still love most about this camera is it's small size, quick start up and amazingly long battery life. What I like least is the picture quality.
Summary: I got my camera about a year and a half ago before I went to college (UF - Go Gators! :) When I was purchasing my camera I was torn between getting a Canon and a Panasonic, but the Best Buy sales guy that I spoke with told me that the Lumix lens on this camera was very good, better than the Canon I...
Summary: Great quality photos; easy to learn how to use. Acceptable "pause" time between pressing button and shutter. Didn't know memory card was "token" and needed to go out and make a separate purchase. Flash doesn't seem to be very strong, but all settings are easy and accessible.
Summary: This camera excells in most outdoor situations, but when brought indoors it is nealry useless without a flash. It severely underexposes indoor shots without the flash, but other than that it seems to be one of the best ultra-compact cameras out there.
Summary: This camera has been a great ultra portable camera for over 3 years now. At first, it was my primary camera, replacing my Nikon CoolPix 3200. Last year (3/2010) I purchased a Lumix LX3, so the FX01 is now my secondary camera. The photos are surprisingly good for a 6 MegaPixel camera.
Summary: This is a nice camera. It produces huge pictures (3.5MB) so make sure you buy an SD card with it (why do they waste our time including a 16MB card?). Another piece of advice, buy a case to put it in, the whole back of the camera is an LCD display that scratches very easily.
Summary: I have had all around good results with this camera. The optical image stabilization works well. The screen is easy to see in bright sunlight so the lack of optical viewfinder is not a big problem. The movies are very good when set to the high resolution setting. This is a good camera for the price