Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX55
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Great Little Pocket Camera
Macey Smith, Amazon
7 February 2014
Summary: I have a big camera for important photos but I needed a smaller camera to have in my purse all the time as you just never know. I don't have a smart phone so this is my go-to camera for all my day to day needs. It takes very clean, crisp photos and has a good telephoto lens.
Summary: This is my third camera, and I've owned it within the first week of its initial release. I was excited about the lenses, as well as the 'new' features that the line of cameras brought with them. First off, let's talk about the construction quality.
Summary: Excellent small, convenient snapshot camera. All of the controls are really easy to use and in the right positions. The picture quality is outstanding and there is plenty of control over the size of the files.
Summary: Great camera! The 28mm equivalent wide angle lens allows shots many compacts can't handle nearly as well. The 3" LCD is a great feature and can be made brighter for intense sunlight or off-angle viewing with the touch of a button. The face recognition and image stabilization work very well.
Excerpt: I was lured to this camera by the Leica branded lense and smart black casing. Underneath this sytlish exterior lies an excellent camera, with build quality and functions that are beyond what I expected from the price.
Pros: Well built, stylish, nice label, works very, very well
Excerpt: When I first got this camera for my birthday last year, i thought 'oh jees, it looks complicated!' But then after using it for about 10 minutes I grasped all the ways of changing settings and understood it really easily!
Pros: Everything, features, picture standard, easiness of use, light, compact, stylish, generally awesome !
Excerpt: I'm really enjoying this camera! I would truely recommend this to any amateur photographers just starting out. It is the ultimate in point and click cameras. The design (in black) is attractive and its metal body feels solid and comfortable in the hand.
Point & Shoot - but do you really need the 3" screen?
28 December 2007
Summary: I love photography, and I love to have control over the image-taking process. However, control over a compact digital camera is a rather fruitless affair because there is so much depth of field to the images.
Excerpt: Hello, I wasted tons of time looking for "the perfect digital camera", but the search just stopped with the lumix Fx55eb. Lumix called my attention with its optical image stabilizer technology (mega O.I.S.
Pros: Small and light, OIS technology, lots of ISOs, long life Li - ion rechargeable battery