Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS75
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love this camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I've had my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS75 for about 3 years now and I got a really great price on it when I bought it. I think I paid about $70 for it and it was worth every penny spent. It is a really easy point and shoot camera. It is small and compact and can take a really decent picture. I take a lot of family photos so this kind of camera is perfect for someone like me. It will take about a minute of video also, which is a neat little feature.
Excerpt: I got the Panasonic Lumnix DMC LS75 because my mother had one and when I tried it out it was really easy to use and it was pink...girls got to love that! Initially when I used it I loved it. It was still easy to use, although I am not for sure what the different shot modes are still after 1 year but whatever. However, after I had it for 2 weeks the batteries went dead. I thought it was just dome random event and I replaced them with regular batteries.
Excerpt: I really love this camera. Right out of the box it takes great pictures. The controls are easy to use. I have been taking a lot of pictures of my grandchildren and the short shutter lag means that I don't miss anything. I also like the zoom feature. It has a 3x optical zoom that is accesable next to the shutter button. I have printed out several 8x10 pictures with no loss in quality. Overall I don't think you could find a better camera for near the price.
Excerpt: I made this purchase during the busy Christmas season and apparently didn't research it enough. I thought this would be a great, small and light weight upgrade to to my Sony DX7590. However, the response time between pictures is very slow. I can take about 5 pictures with my Sony in the amount of time it take to take one picture on this Lumix. The picture on the Lumix are much clearer but they should be since my Sony is a 5 mega pixel camera and the Lumix is a 7.2...
Summary: This Panasonic has features that compare to camera's that are twice the price. Takes great pix and is simple to use. I got it as an intro to digital cameras. It's a great camera for me. I see no reason to upgrade.
Summary: Nice little point & shoot. Pretty big LCD screen and 7 megapixels is enough for most things. I lost mine in the back seat of my Mini for almost a year. My kids and dog sat on it along with about a million passengers, but when I found it, it was perfect!
Pros: Easy to Use, Excellent in Low Light, Good Battery Life, Good sized screen
Summary: Great little camera to carry in your bag. Image stabilizer is very helpful. Standard AA batteries is a plus, in my humble opinion (I had bad experience with lithium-ion batteries, they are not durable and very expensive). However, noise is evident from ISO 400 and up, And the video recording mode doesn't record sound, so it's useless. Strongly recommended for grandmas - you can never know when you'll need it...
Pros: Can be configured to 3x2, Good Value, High ISO rating, High Quality, Negligible shutter lag, Optical Image Stabilizer, Quite compact, Standard AA batteries
Cons: Noise from ISO400 on, No sound in video mode, Only x3 zoom