Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35
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Very nice Night Scene
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 Digital Camera, pcRUSH.com
25 December 2008
Summary: Comments about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 Digital Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 Digital Camera can take a very nice night scene picture. I am just a casual photographer found it easy to operate and reach to have very nice quality.
Pros: Bright LCD, Easy To Use, Great Picture Quality
Excellent Lumix fx35 with great picture quality and features
14 July 2009
Excerpt: I bought this camera in silver from Argos' Clearance Bargains Ebay shop for just under £130 delivered, and what a brilliant investment it was! The first thing that struck me was just how good the battery life was, easily outstripping the 2 2700mAh AA batteries my old Samsung S830 used!
Pros: 25mm Ultra wide angle lens, great battery life, fantastic picture quality, pocket sized, IA mode
Cons: Limited zoom (4x), little manual control, can't zoom during movies
FANTASTIC PRICED & QUALITY PICTURES IN PANASONIC DMC-FX35
10 July 2009
Excerpt: This is my 2nd Panasonic Lumix camera and I am delighted with the updated version. I ALWAYS get compliments for this camera. I know alot of keen Photographers who are astonished at the good quality of the depth of field in the photos.
Pros: 25mm lens is amazing, light and retro - looks professional
Cons: easy to forget to change light settings but auto can be selected . Battery only lasts about 3 days .
Summary: I am biased - perhaps the reason for many reviews, but I love this camera. It stays in the car with a secure case, a spare battery and SD card, delivering high quality images in many occasions when this was the only camera I had with me.
Summary: Overall this camera seems quite well made. ( Its actually made in Japan). It does look similar to models made by other manufacturers. To me it was a diappointing purchase. I own a Canon IXUS i (4MP) and the quality of the pictures from the Canon IXUS i are far superior despite it being only 4MP and...
Summary: Cannot be reccommended too highly FOR ITS TYPE. Only gripe is its propensity to slip from one's grasp. Best advice is to wear wriststrap at ALL times lest you get landed with a bill for £100+ for a new Screen. Functionality & results are excellent. Get a grip.