Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX37
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX37
25 July 2013
Summary: Anti shake is excellent. On biking holiday I was able to carry camera in sports arm carrier and take it out and take pictures of group behind me whilst cycling by just pointing camera in sports scene mode and clicking. Results were astonishingly good in circumstances.
Pros: Excelent point and shoot with small size so its always with you
Cons: no view finder, LCD screen invisible in Australian sunlight through sunglasses
Summary: I had this camera for 1 week and returned it. All of the images between 80-125mm were soft and lacked contrast and detail. I picked up an fx500 with the same 25-125mm and it has exactly the same problem.
Summary: I need a new camera since my last one broke. I wanted a camera which take picture without delay when I pushed the button. This one is perfect, no delay the picture are quality crisp. It easy to use it, no need to read the owner's manuel, it's open and play.
Summary: Pros: Auto scene mode. A good variety of scene selections. Wide angle lens. Takes very decent pictures indoors and out. 1080i HD video. (NOT true HD 1080p though, but better than 640x480 most other compact cameras have for sure!
Summary: The DMC-FX37 is an excellent DSC but its video capabilities are USELESS! Although it boasts the fact it supports 720p video but due to the non-existent compression and the 2GB file limit you can ONLY shoot a little over 8mins in HD 720p no matter how much memory you installed which is utterly...