Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZX3 / DMC-ZR3
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Picture quality 10
Battery performance 6
Great first camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Pros: Its my first camera and its easy to use and compact. There are many setting to improve picture quality, light weight and instructions are easy to remember. I like the Ai correction feature to detect faces and the rotator for changing options. This turner allows you change modes without pushing menu all time. Many d=functions to play with and picture quality can be selected 17-0.3 M.
Excerpt: After many hours of online research I chose the ZR3 as my new digital camera. I compared it to the other Panasonic cameras such as the ZS7,ZS5,ZS3,ZR1 and the FH20. I was also considering the Canon PowerShot SX130IS. The main reason I chose the ZR3 over the Canon was the difference in size. I wanted something small and lightweight and the Canon did not fit that requirement.
Excerpt: my grandfather buys cameras like he changes his underpants, So i got the Panasonic Lumix from him. I t came in a few colors but i got blue. I have a daughter and the camera gives me the option to put her name and DOB on the screen and change the setting to baby. i would reccommend this camera to anyone. it has done me wonders Reviewer is an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand.
This is THE Camera and THE company to buy it from !!!
15 February 2012
Summary: A friend has a Lumix and even though I use a Canon EOS, his photos could always match mine or best them. Most of the time having a small point and shoot is the easiest way to do your photography when having a large camera is cumbersome, not practical for having a camera with you all the time for spontaneous shots and puts your pricey equipment in situations for either equipment damage or theft.
I'm a 100% fan of Pansonic products. I have a G-2, a GF-2 and a G-1.
9 January 2012
Summary: I like the ZR3 because of size and the Leica Lens. I also have a ZS10 for heavier duty work. The ZR3 has a unique quality feel that's rare in small cameras. It's not a shirt pocket camera and it's not intended for that. It's rugged and I've dropped it wice with no ill effects. Excellent battery life.
Summary: I was looking for a quality camera to carry in my pocket for work and for hobby pics. I have a Canon SLR, but it's just too big to have with me all the time. The quality of the pics are fantastic. The controls are easy to find without looking at them as opposed to the Canon SD1400 where I don't like the buttons being flush with the camera requiring you to look at them to find them. I also chose this model for it's 25mm wide angle lens (35mm equiv.
Summary: The perfect traveling companion. Pro:s Great clear pictures 1A automatic mode sets almost every thing anti blur works fine in low light long lasting battery great movies fits in pockets 8x zoom and wide angle make for great photo's Con limited flash range of 8 feet
Summary: I first saw this camera in a store, but still wanted to shop around. I am still getting use to all the features on it. However it takes great pictures and I love how easy it is to transfer them to my computer. SO SIMPLE! In fact when I showed my mother in law it. She wanted one. So I went back online and purchased the same one for her. Now a friend of ours wants the same camera. What does that tell you? :) GREAT PRICE hands down.