Wifi capability was buggy at best. Not easy to setup
Amazon Customer, Amazon
8 April 2015
Summary: Wifi capability was buggy at best. Not easy to setup, not easy to send once you get it set up. Apps leave much to be desired as they never connect to the camera, network or PC/smart device (Galaxy S4). The wifi interface was built by a novice.
Summary: When the product arrived, it worked perfectly right out of the box and it seems to have no flaw. Only downside with the purchase was that it didn't come with an SD card (I'm not sure if it was suppose to) but that was the only problem I had with this purchase.
Summary: Surprisingly Good Photos from a Tiny, Lightweight Camera! A medical condition which makes every ounce I carry with me a burden on trips forced me seek alternatives to the full-size Nikon F and Canon Eos SLRs which I'd loved for years.
If you are into picture quality, this is not the camera for you.
19 February 2015
Summary: This camera is really not up to par at all, the picture quality is horrendous, all the pictures I have taken even at the lowest ISO setting have noise in them. Panasonic has always been bad with the photo quality on their cameras, it is either there is too much noise reduction or there is none.
Summary: This is not a good point and shoot. I bought it as my mum had an earlier model and it took excellent quality pictures so I ignored some of the online reviews and gave it the benefit of the doubt but it is not a good camera.
this one is something of a disappointment. While the quality of the pictures is generally ...
Warren Bradbury, Amazon
29 January 2015
Summary: In comparison to two previous Panasonic Lumix cameras, this one is something of a disappointment. While the quality of the pictures is generally good, the view screen seems less vivid and friendly. It is more difficult to use in bright sunlight.