Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ40 / DMC-FZ45
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Let your creativity run wild & you'll get more than your money's worth.
6 October 2014
Summary: This camera takes excellent photo's Just like the Nikon, Canon's. I feel the only thing missing is the remote. For the money you are getting more than you paid for once you use it. Once you add the different options you are only limited by your creativity.
Summary: Love the light weight and the picture quality. Took pictures of birds on my bird feeder and close ups of flowers in my garden as soon as my camera came and they all came out clear with vivid color.
Summary: I am very happy with this camera over all, but I suffered a great disappointment on the first day of the trip (to Borneo) I bought it for -- "write error on disk", this after 83 pictures stored on that card. I rushed to buy another card. Worked great for 26 pictures, then the same error.
Summary: This camera has all the features I had been looking for a camera with a 24x zoom. In addition it came with a large numbervof useful accessories. I much prefer Panasonic Lumix to Canon and Nikon for it's quality and features. This camera is exceptionally light and easy to use!
Summary: I have had the FZ40 for a little over a month and taken round 300 pictures, mostly scenic outdoor photos (water, beach, etc.). I started with mid-to-higher-end cameras back in the early 70's and most recently have owned Canon, Nikon, and Kodak digital point & shoot so I do have some experience...
Summary: Perfect camera for its class. A simple point and shoot and/or a tool of higher precision. Sharp, quick, fun. Easy to handle - Easy to use. Bright, crisp display and view finder. The lens damn near shoots macro as well as telephoto and stays sharp through out its focal length.
Summary: This is my first bridge camera and I love it. I took it to southern Utah and took pictures in the bright sun, in the dark (would of been great if I had a tripod), up close and personal with lizards and toads, open wide spaces with full zoom and when we were driving down the highway (I used the sport...