Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH25 16.1 Megapixel Compact Camera - 5 mm-40 mm - Silver DMC-FH25S Digital Cameras
- Accessories Included - Battery Charger, Battery Pack, Stylus Pen, AV cable, USB Cable, Hand Strap, CD-ROMFeatures
- 2.7-inch High Resolution LCD - Large 2.7-inch LCD features high 230,000-dot resolution Intelligent LCD.
- The high-speed, high-performance Venus Engine VI is incorporated in the camera to enable the recording higher quality signal processing
- iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode - When you don't know which mode will give best shooting results, when you don't have time to change any settings.
- The MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer) - Compensates for the blurring caused by hand-shake.
- It automatically adjusts the brightness in 11 steps according to shooting conditions.
- This LCD provides sharp, clear images in virtually all-shooting situations, ranging from nighttime to bright daylight scenes.
- Even slight hand-shake movement is accurately detected by a sampling frequency of 4,000 times per second,
- An advanced noise reduction system in the Venus Engine VI applies noise reduction (NR) to luminance noise and chromatic noise separately.
- As a result, beautiful images with minimal noise can be reproduced all the way up to ISO1600 high sensitivity
Panasonic DMC-FH25S 16.1MP Digital Camera with 8X Wide Angle Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD - Silver
Panasonic DMC-FH25S 16.1MP Digital Camera with 8X Wide Angle Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD - Silver Reviews
329 of 333 people found the following review helpful:
Finally a decent camera that takes sharp photos,
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This review is from: Panasonic DMC-FH25A 16.1MP Digital Camera with 8x Wide Angle Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7 inch LCD (Blue) (Camera)I purchased this because I was very unhappy with the new Canon A3300 that I also purchased just a week before this one. I did extensive photo tests with both cameras because I felt the Canons overall sharpness was bad. Both cameras are 16mp and although i'm a Canon fan I have to say they failed on the A3300. Even with setting custom sharpness, contrast and saturation, the normal straight out of the box settings on the Panasonic were way better.
The two big problems with the canon were most photos even bright outdoors had way too much noise. The other problem was no matter what setting and focus type, only the center areas were in ok and i mean ok focus. All four corners of the photos were on the blurry side and that's just unacceptable. Compared to this Panasonic...wow, much better and much sharper. When fully zoomed in there was a bit of noise but its expected. Night shots depending on how you take them also have noise but again depending on how and what you can work... Read more
129 of 133 people found the following review helpful:
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This review is from: Panasonic DMC-FH25A 16.1MP Digital Camera with 8x Wide Angle Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7 inch LCD (Blue) (Camera)Lot's of positives for this camera:
Advertised as 8x optical zoom but that's video. It's 10x in photo mode, 22.5x if you employ the digital zoom as well.
16.1 mp is amazing for a camera in this price range. I actually used the max digital zoom and still got good resolution photos.
About 2 dozen scene modes (portrait, beach, sunset, etc) that work well and are easy to select. Text scrolls across the screen explaining its use as you you move from mode to mode.
Very easy to use. About 1/2 hour with the manual and camera and you can understand and begin using all the features.
Image stabilization sems very effective. I shot every thing hand held even at max zoom and liked the results.
Great battery life. I chrged it 1x on a week vacation but that was just in case. Could have gone all week with 100s of shots.
Like most digitals the camera has very little built in memory so you need to buy a memory... Read more
38 of 38 people found the following review helpful:
This review is from: Panasonic DMC-FH25K 16.1MP Digital Camera with 8x Wide Angle Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7 inch LCD (Black) (Camera)I don't offer too many reviews, but this one was worth the effort. If you are looking to purcase a point and shoot, the Panasonic DMC-FH25 is probably the best camera for the money. I did quite a bit of research and was taken by the 8x Zoom and 16.1 MP. And it wasn't much more money than those cameras with fewer megapixels and features! It's easy to use - whether you are taking close-ups, or panoramic shots, the controls are intuitive and handy. With flash, without flash, macro, zoom... it's really just a few simple clicks and your taking great shots. Right out of the camera with no touch up the photos are well balanced and accurate.(I've uploaded some of the shots on the Panasonic DMC-25K page above.) I didn't even bother to read the manual, I was too excited to start playing with the 16.1 Mega Pixels! :) I've seen some reviews where the reviewer was less than enthusiastic about a feature or two... these are probably the kinds of people that complain about everything! They... Read more
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