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5.9 out of 10 based on 64 reviews

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150 / DMC-FX180

14.7 megapixels

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    8.4 8.4 from 35 reviewers
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    7.7 7.7 from 21 reviewers
  • Design (6)
    6.4 6.4 from 6 reviewers
  • Value for money (10)
    6.6 6.6 from 10 reviewers
  • Features (4)
    6.8 6.8 from 4 reviewers
  • Ease of use (9)
    6.6 6.6 from 9 reviewers
  • Performance (11)
    6.2 6.2 from 11 reviewers
  • Picture quality (21)
    6.1 6.1 from 21 reviewers
  • Durability (4)
    6.6 6.6 from 4 reviewers
  • Reliability (2)
    5.7 5.7 from 2 reviewers
  • Overall quality (3)
    7.2 7.2 from 3 reviewers
  • Looks (3)
    4.2 4.2 from 3 reviewers
  • Battery performance (3)
    6.4 6.4 from 3 reviewers
  • Display (10)
    5.9 5.9 from 10 reviewers
  • Video quality (3)
    7.4 7.4 from 3 reviewers
  • Ergonomics (10)
    6.1 6.1 from 10 reviewers
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  • Locking Focus at Infinity on FX-150

    I have a special application (use) which requires the camera to be permanently fixed at infinity focus. Is there a way to defeat the Autofocus on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150? This would serve to decrease the shutter lag time and increase battery life. Some cameras, depending on the focusing technology used, can be fixed at infinity by simply covering a sensor port with tape, or the like.

    Answered by nilufer 2009-04-08:

    You can cover the sensor with a tape or you can just off the sensor in the menu

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