Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10
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Great Lens with more than decent camera
1 September 2012
Summary: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ 10 delivers on the things I was looking for in a digital camera (my first outside of a $20 "cheapie" I bought for a starter). Number one, I wanted a good, clear image. The Leica lens comes through here.
Summary: I don't know why I never reviewed this before, but just because I see I didn't I will make a comment. This was the best camera I ever owned, and I have had many as well as having a digital slr.
Summary: I bought this camera in June '04 and haven't had a single problem with it. If the rating system had half stars, I would give it a 4.5 out of 5. It's that good, really. I have an extra battery; it comes in very handy because recharging takes some serious time.
Great camera when it works but 13 months later it does'nt
Mr. F. Helton "blade1125", Amazon
24 February 2005
Summary: My wife got this camera for me when they were relased in 12/03 for my Christmas presant. I was very sick at the time with a Galbladder infection and lose of patassium. It was March before I felt like useing the camera. It worked great and was everything I was wanting in a camera.
Summary: There was no other camera that could compete with this when it came out, and now only its sucessors from Panasonic can do so (well them and a $900 Nikon, but I'd rather save my money). This camera is that good. Is it perfect? No, not at all.
Summary: I have a web site in which I compared identical pictures of Minolta A1, Nikon 5200, Canon S60 and Sony W1. Althought the latter two (Canon and Sony) were also excellent, the Panasonic FZ10 was the best of the cameras in terms of picture quality and flexibility.
Summary: I bought this camera in August of this year so I've had time to play with it for a while. I'm very pleased with it's performance. It is very easy to use, at least for basic usage--I'm still learning all of it's bells and whistles.
Summary: Before you buy Panasonic, check out their customer service number at (800) 221-7262. My experience with Panasonic Customer Service is very poor starting with an average of 26 minute wait times (6 attempts). I bought a Panasonic SVA V30 that had a internal battery charger problem.