Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX80
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Value for money 8
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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: • 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 stereo sound • Panorama Shot and 3D Photo Mode • Sharp pictures • Good low-light performance • Some of the drawbacks of this camera are listed below: • Touchscreen unresponsive •...
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 stereo sound , Panorama Shot and 3D Photo Mode , Sharp pictures , Good low-light performance
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