Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX80
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Panasonic Lumix FX80 Review
What Digital Camera
18 July 2012
Summary: Packed full of features and with a capable zoom lens, the FX80 appears as an excellent lifestyle compact on paper. It’s a shame, then, that it’s let down by an unrepsponsive touchscreen and lacklustre image quality.
Pros: Slim and attractive body, touch-control focus and shutter release works promptly
Cons: Touchscreen not as responsive as desired, general lack of detail in images, purple fringing common and apparent
Summary: A good choice for beginners and less confident users, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX80 takes care of the technical side of photography while you concentrate on finding good subjects and framing them. Light and slim, it's one to slip in your pocket for impromptu, spontaneous snaps.
Pros: Slim; Extremely easy to use; Sharp pictures; Good low-light performance.
Cons: Very few manual controls; a little limiting for all but beginners.
Summary: • Fun of Photography with Filter Effects, Beauty Retouch and Defocus Effect Leica Lens offers good sharp images • 3.0-inch Smart Touch-screen LCD Featuring Touch AF and Touch Shutter • Full HD Video with 12.1-megapixel Hi-Speed CCD • Slim, sturdy body • Wide and bright lens • Full HD video with...
Pros: Fun of Photography with Filter Effects, Beauty Retouch and Defocus Effect Leica Lens offers good sharp images , 3.0-inch Smart Touch-screen LCD Featuring Touch AF and Touch Shutter , Full HD Video with 12.1-megapixel Hi-Speed CCD , Slim, sturdy body , Wide and bright lens , Full HD video with ste...
Cons: Some of the drawbacks of this camera are listed below: , Touchscreen unresponsive , Low resolution screen , Poor dynamic range , No manual control , A little limiting for all but beginners
Excerpt: The Panasonic Lumix FX80 is an ultra compact camera from Panasonic, and features a bright f/2.5 5x optical zoom lens, 12.1 megapixel Hi-speed CCD sensor, 3 inch touch screen, and full HD video recording with stereo sound.
Pros: Ultra compact camera, f/2.5 aperture at wide end, Good 3 inch touch screen, Full HD video with stereo sound, 4fps continuous shooting
Cons: Red-eye, Purple fringing, Poor tripod socket position