Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX100 Digital Camera Review

Available in silver, black and gold, (each colour is metallic), Panasonic Lumix DMC-F100 comes in a stylish design of the a sleek, slim elegant body. As for the size, it’s not the smallest camera out there, but it fits into your smallest pockets. It has a few small buttons and a small covered dial, all intuitive. The Leica Lens on which it’s based can capture up to 12 MP and 3.6 optical zoom, meaning that the camera is having a strong position in the costumers list of desires. At the heart of the FX100‘s super-easy operation is Intelligent Image Stabilization (Optical Image Stabilizer combined with ISO Control), a Panasonic system offered in all new Lumix cameras. Equipped with Venus Engine III processor, Panasonic FX100 renders images with minimal noise. This processor is also responsible for the High-Speed Burst shooting mode that lets you snap off a lightning-fast eight shots per … Read more…

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 Digital Camera Review

The FZ50 Panasonic is versatile, easy to use, and produces incredibly sharp photographs but is built like a tank and picking up and aiming with it is a lot like looking down the barrel of a gun. It is powered with Mega Optical Image stabilizer and Noise Reduction. Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 comes in two flavors: all black body, or a very attractive silver and black body. The DMC-FZ50 is equipped with a new Function Button which serves as a shortcut to quickly set frequently-used settings such as recording image size, light metering, AF area, White balance, and ISO sensitivity. The 2-inch LCD flips out to 180 degrees, making it easier to view even when shooting from high or low angles. It powers on and is ready for first shot in 1.4 seconds and shot to shot requires 1.25 sec. ISO 1,600 and 3,200 are practically unusable because of the big … Read more…

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