Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 / DMC-FZ38
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Picture quality 10
Battery performance 10
30 August 2013
Excerpt: I have owned MANY cameras, both digital and manual, over the past 20 years. I purchased a Sony camera a few years back, and had been told that it was the best non-DSLR on the market. I was so disappointed with it, that I purchased my FZ40 the next year. The FZ40 is a fantastic camera for an amateur photographer, who wants to learn how to adjust settings and experiments with aptatures, but don't want the expense of owning a full on DSLR.
Excerpt: Even with the 40 and 100 on the scene, this model will produce sharper more detailed images, It will especially out produce the 100 in low light conditions and at iso settings up to 800. Compare sample images for both at imaging resources with the comparometer. Double click the still-life and look at the letters on the label of the right wine bottle. The horizontal shading lines on the "P" and the smaller letters below it offer a sample to compare any cam.
Excerpt: A dependable, high quality product that both met and exceeded my personal expectations. The instructions were clear and concise and easy to follow and understand. I have used other products from this company before, and Panasonic has become a household name in our home. Any time someone in my family needs a new camera we always buy a Panasonic camera, because they have always been dependable and reliable.
The Panasonic Lumix one of the best cameras around
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Panasonic Lumix DMC-Fz35 camera offers a digital zoom of 4x the viewing area for those close shots and can also provide 18x optical zoom range for those pictures which require a wider angle.The Lumix DMC-Fz35 provides 12.1 megapixels with a 2.7 LCD. It's a tad better than the average long zoom, but slower in a few minor aspects such as focusing picture to be taken.A friend of mine says the Panasonic Lumix is worth the price of an average zoom camera at $269 to...
Excerpt: We really like this camera, however, I bought this one to replace one that I had for a long time that had broken and it is not the same. I do miss my old camera as it seemed to have a lot more features, and a little better picture quality. But this camera was a good price and a great camera.
Excerpt: We have really enjoyed this camera. And it is not a bad price. We were told that Lumix lenses are even better than Nikon or Canon. I did a lot of research and this was ranked at the top in everyone I read.
Excerpt: I have not personally used this camera but a friend of mine has. He has suggested that I purchased this camera to use on my upcoming vacation. From his point of view the Laici lens is the best. That is what has drawn him to this particular camera and what I am looking for in my new camera purchase.
Excerpt: If you are searching for a great quality digital camera, but not a big bulky digital SLR, check out the Panasonic Lumix! I am a big fan of quality cameras and when I purchased the Lumix, I did a lot of research and wanted to find something that was going to take really good pictures but not be as big and bulky as an SLR. The smaller compact cameras do not have the capabilities of taking superior pictures so I knew I couldn't purchase a tiny camera.
Excellent camera for the beginner user who wants to step it up!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have this camera and consider it a nice step up from the click and shoot digital cameras. It has more advanced settings that allow you to learn how to take various shots in different light, locations, and action appropriate situations. I think the photos I've taken are awesome especially in out door day light and scenic type photos. The camera is lightweight and easy to hold when focusing in on your subject even without a tripod.
Excerpt: I bought the Panasonic lumix Dmc-FZ35 in August 2009 and used this for about 1500 pictures on a 3-week trip to England and Scotland. It handled an amazing range of light conditions from bright sun to the dark interiors of cathedrals without flash. I liked being able to easily change my focusing points and the ability to choose pinpoint or multiple fields for accurate exposure control.