Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX01
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: I would recommend this camera to everyone who are looking into buying a digital camera. It is user friendly and a very stylish camera. The battery life last pretty long, but always a good backup to get another battery. Overall, this camera is worth the price I paid for.
Panasonic - Lumix - FX01 is a great little camera!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: For a small point and shoot camera, the Panasonic Lumix FX01 is a great camera. It has lenses by Leica and enough built in features to make anyone a better photographer. I bought it before our trip to the Carribean last year and it has never let me down. From family pictures to scenery and night timed exposures, it does it all. It has decent resolution, so when it comes time to print pictures, cropping the image does not hurt the image quality.
Excerpt: I bought my Lumix DMC-FX01 over a year ago, and I have not regretted it. The best thing about it is that it has a Leica DC Vario-Element wide angle lens. It's the equivalent of a 28 mm lens for a 35 mm camera. Normal digital cameras have the equivalent of a 38 or 40mm lens. This means that you can get more into the shot if you want. You can always zoom in a bit to get it back to 40mm. I saw that Leica sells the same camera under the Leica name, but that one costs $$$$$.
Excerpt: "...is hard to see how Panasonic could make it simpler to explain all the many features in this tiny piece of modern-day electronic wizardry. Despite my own lack of high-techskills I have no doubt that it would give hours of excitment to nthose that possess them. In summary, I will keep this camera, even if 10 megapixels or more would become out of date. I am perfectly happy with the picture quality of this camera and unless I lose it or it becomes ...
Excerpt: "...pocket like a phone. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX01 met all of these requirements, along with a whole lot more that I hadn't been looking for. It is quite simply fantastic- so heres why. Dimensions: (Approx) 90mm Length x 50mm Height x 22mm Depth This is just larger than my mobile phone and fits into all of my trouser pockets, ranging from tight jeans to wide cargo pants, with ease. There is no traditional viewfinder, as this is being done away ...
Pros: Too many to list
Cons: May be too expensive, may not be good enough for a Pro
Excerpt: "The FX01 is without doubt the best digital camera I have owned. It is a great looking, easy to use and reliable camera that offers great picture quality in all situations. Ease of use: I was able to get started with this camera right out of the box without reading the manual (although the manual provides much more detailed information for advanced users). The menu interface is extremely easy to use to switch camera modes, review and delete images, ...
Excerpt: "I purchased this camera after doing quite a lot of reseach into small digital cameras. I wanted a camera that would be able to take high quality images that could be used via e-mail to family and friends and to be able to take professional pictures that I could use in my graphic design business. The camera has been an excellent buy. Here are the key points when considering this camera: The build quality is first class and the look of the camera ...
Pros: ease of use, image quality, build quality, large LCD monitor, stylish design
Cons: does not perform so well using zoom and flash combined, small memory card
Excerpt: "...Lewis. I was given the Panasonic FX01 to use for the duration of the promotion and I loved it so much, Im going to buy one (after the Christmas deby has cleared!) I hated having to send it back :( Firsty, 6 megapixels - more than enough for family snaps. You can print up to sizes of a few feet with a pixel count this high. Dont be swayed by cams offering 9 megapixels for example if you are only looking for family/holiday pics, you will pay more ...
Pros: High quality images, Optical image stabilisation, wide angle lens, compact, light, easy to use
Excerpt: "...contender at the holiday/family level The Panasonic Brand ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' Maybe it is a bit like Oxford and Cambridge in the boat race, or cars, with each person having somehow absorbed a brand loyalty which is hard to justify under closer scrutiny. My own preference is for Panasonic and I imagine that this is because of the solid feel and apparent infallibilty of the cameras of this brand which I have ...
Pros: small size, excellent menu, robust construction