Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33

Announced Jul 24, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
Francis de la Pena
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Great quality in a little camera: The photos are clear, vibrant, and sharp. Quick processing time. Good zoom, and easy to use. Very durable: I've dropped this numerous time and has not failed me yet. Love the semi metal/plastic design, the metal actually helps make it more durable. Problems: None so far.

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I keep revising my opinion for the better. I purchased this cheap when the FX35 came out as a P&S backup to my Nikon DSLR. It is a lovely object, that has excellent handling, and a useful 28mm equivalent of excellent quality. Pixel peeping at 100% reveals noise even at base ISO, but you don't see it at normal viewing size on screen, nor do you see it on 10x8 prints. Prints look fantastic although it is revealing of the limited DR. I have previously been unhappy with the 100% noise at base ...

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This is a great little camera. I've had many digital cameras including the Sony N1. This camera in my opinion is better. The pictures are easy to take and so clear. It is smaller and easy to put in your pocket. A great camera.

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An exceptionally user friendly, small and lightweight, everyday camera ... I bought a second one for family. I have skied with it using video and stills (use a "fast" card at least 20mbs write) in snow and freezing conditions, as well as store it in my car where it is always handy. Fast battery charge and good battery life. I am very happy with the FX33 but they discontinued this for the FX35 and FX37, whch have more MPs, but small sensor, UGGGHHH! The FX33 has the best MP to sensor ...

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Panasonic has a real gem in the FX33 and it's no wonder that subsequent editions have not topped it in the available reviews. The focus ability is outstanding, especially because of the fine stabilizer system. The macro capabilities are the best that I've experienced in any small cameras. The FX33 is my recommendation for a handy, always available pocket camera and the best overall for the price. Problems: No problems at all after two weeks of heavy use.

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Panasonic has a real gemn ion the FX33 and it's no wonder that subsequent editions have not topped it in the available reviews. The focus ability is outstanding, especially because of the fine stabilizer system. The macro capabilities are the best that I've experienced in any small cameras. The FX33 is my recommendation for a handy, always available pocket camera and the best overall for the price. Problems: No problems at all after two weeks of heavy use.

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This is a must have mini camera. Beautifully designed, ready for both the novice who just wants a record shot and the photographer who wants to set things up for the perfect shot. All controls are easily accessible. The size makes it so acceptable. The battery just seems to do on and on. The computer on auto intelligent mode picks up portraits, close ups and landscapes- automatically. 22 different Scene modes.It even has a clipboard mode for recording maps, timetables for instant replay. The ...

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Excellent Camera for a reasonable price

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Werbs
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This Camera Rock's! Great Pocket Camera! Problems: I have tried all of the Ultra small cameras, and nobody to date Has come up with a better, more simple to use camera . If you need the Quality of a DSLR then buy one. The pic's from this mini camera are all that one could expect. Great!

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Major upgrade from FX01. Had used the FX01 before, which became my choice for its small size and 28mm lens. Dismal low-light performance was a major flaw, though. The FX33 addresses this problem in grand style - especially in Intelligent Auto mode. The change is real and it's huge. I've chosen the FX33 over the FX55 precisely because of its smaller LCD - so that my wife didn't notice I bought a new camera :-) On top of its excellent low-light performance, this little camera offers fast ...

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