Best point & shoot digital camera - ever; better than higher MP ones
6 October 2011
Summary: Pros: It's still perfect after 4+ years! Cons: None! I LOVE this camera. We bought it back in 2006. Since then, it has seen the births of both of our children, got on trips, documented life via stills & movie with sound including of active children & animals. It takes absolutely beautiful pics & movies.
Summary: I lost our camera and had to replace it. We chose to repurchase the same camera on Ebay instead of buying a later version. We are very happy with the camera. It does everything we need and the pictures and great! I put them on FB, etc. and they look great. Love this camera....easy to use for me...and I'm not great with cameras. My husband really thinks it is "user friendly" and has taken some wonderful pictures with it!
Summary: This compact camera is a great asset which I use at the National Archives to photograph textual documents. It has a great micro-mode and uses available light. When researching at the Archives, the cost of copying has gone up to $.25 per page but this nifty camera with its anti-shake takes wonderful clear images of the documents, drawings, and/or photos. Images are recorded on an SD card and then can be uploaded to my lap top and my image files.
Summary: I bought this camera because I got tired of buying disposable cameras and paying to have the pictures printed. Once I used it, I fell in love with it instantly. I dropped it several times, and it didn't break or malfunction. What a wonderful product and I recommend this camera for everyone.
Summary: I got this camera for Mother's Day and what a suprise! I have a two-year-old and my old camera never took the picture fast enough. But this Camera keeps up with my busy daughter no problem! The picture quality is great and there are many extra features that make this camera well worth it. There is a setting that puts a year stamp on my daughter's pictures, the picture will say two-years and one-month ect.
Summary: This is my first digital camera. I did a TON of research before settling on the lumix dmc fx3. It has more features than I really need right now but I figure I can grow into them. The best feature is the stabilization. It works great! I'm disabled and my hand strength isn't that great. The OIS is a lifesaver. Other cameras have stabilization but none rate as high as the OIS.
Summary: This is a very beautiful camera. The camera is very nice fully automatic, and the optical stabilization is good. I own a D SLR, and though this does no compare, it is small and very sleek. Good image quality, noise at higher ISO, Leica makes good little lenses.
Summary: I was looking for a slim camera that would take quality pictures anywhere I went. The DMC-FX3K is a very slim camera, and I can carry it either in my front pocket of my jeans, or in my inside pocket of my jacket. With a newborn baby in my household and several vacations planned, I'll have no worries of being cameraless anytime soon. With the Mega OIS as well, blurred pictures for me have become a thing of the past!
Summary: I bought this camera for a trip to London which I've just retutned for. The camera was perfect: small, light weight, quick, and enough settings to get great pictures. For such a price this camera is a really good choice. The stabalizing is really nice and there are enough other settings to make it pretty well suited for taking any picture. For a compact camera at a low (realtivley) price this is awesome!