Pros: - has great anti-shake feature - your pictures NEVER blur!! (I have tried Sony & Canon before, and no other camera lived up to its anti-shake promise!) - never goes out of focus - Great night & outdoor pictures - Very good picture quality
Cons: - a little heavier than other cameras (but that doesnt matter at all to me, because its so awesome with its other features)
Summary: Bought as an upgrade from the LUMIX DMC-FX07. Does a better job controlling noise than this earlier model. Resolution somewhat better also. On the downside, this newer model is slightly larger and has more scene options than one would really ever need to use.
Summary: I've taught photography and owned some of the finest cameras in the world, including medium format and DSLRs. The lens quality and image quality on this camera made my jaw drop. Pin sharp 12x18 scenics. You can count the leaves on the trees in the distance. In the CORNERS of the frame. Handles nice and fast. I've taken close ups where you can count the hairs on a spider. Panasonic has THE best image stabilization.
Pros: Easily pocketable, large sensor, 28-105mm equiv, 848x480 (16:9) video at 30fps. Under daylight conditions, FX100 images are comparable to my Nikon D200. Makes perfectly sharp prints at 13x19". I have even done commercial work with this camera.
Cons: HD video (720p) at only 15fps (though the newer FX150 ups this to 24fps). no RAW capability, no real manual controls.
Summary: Took this on a trip to Africa as a backup for my SLR. The sleek size made it perfect for my pocket when I did not what to tote my big SLR. Excellent, crisp images. The display quality is excellent and the battery life very long. The smart ISO feature is very cool. I especially like the movie feature which came out as MOV files. If I had a gripe - and it's a small one, it's that I can't zoom while recording a movie.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Short Lag Time, Strong Construction
Summary: I've had mine for 1 month - great camera - crystal clear pictures including movies - good stabilization - takes a little study but is easy to use - i believe this may be the best of all the current compact cameras. Expertise: Low - I like the format very much, but there are a world of camera buffs that are more experienced and talented than I am. Problems Encountered: No problems - none.