Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 (Lumix DMC-FZ38)

Announced Jul 27, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 27 – 486 mm (18×)
MariaGuselli
 
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I own this camera and I am delighted with it.... It is not difficult to work and includes EVERYTHING that I need to take brilliant pictures. Problems: I have no problems with this camera.

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I bought this camera last month. I was skeptical about superzooms, but I needed one to photograph my 5year-old twins while playing and running without being noticed. The Panny is fantastic: responsive, pics full of detail, no barrel distortion at wide angle, no purple fringing,good HD movies, long battery life. OK, at higher ISO (800 and above) not as good as my old FujiF31, but you can't expect miracles from a sensor so tiny. It's a pity that price of the last ones available on market is ...

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Primarily use Nikon DSLR's and wanted a replacement for my carry-around TZ5...(that was a great camera but couldn't get used to no viewfinder and problems in bright light on the screen etc) Amazed at the speed of the FZ38....almost no shutter lag which I could not tolerate....scored heavily there for me. Image quality I think is excellent bearing in mind this is NOT a DSLR and a bridge camera offering a range of facilities and convenience I do not have on my DSLRs (D40...D70....D300) I tested ...

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My previous camera was the Fujifilm Finepix S1500, & the Panasonic Lumix FZ35 is miles ahead in speed, features, & image quality. I've had it for almost a week, & my first batch of pictures with this camera are very good, with the exception of a few that appeared a bit blurry, but any experienced photographer will tell you this is a normal occurance. As with any point & shoot camera, it's just a matter of steady hands & feeling your way around the settings to get the best quality pictures ...

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I enjoy using the Panasonic FZ-35. It has a learning curve, but I've been perfectly happy with the PQ. Any bad shots I've taken were likely due to inexperience. Problems: The battery / SD card slot makes a squeaky sound while pressing it with the palm of the hand - unavoidable if you want to hold the camera properly.

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The FZ-38 take great pictures,as long you stay at low iso. After downloading pictures from every long zoom dat is avviable to day,My choise felt for the FZ-38 The canons produce to mush CA,and light fall off. P100 base iso at 150 Iso,nikon think it is an dslr lol in other words this is the only camera,thad produce great pictures in the long zoom range. Starting at 27 Mm is great,and have 18 X zoom is greater. and the best part is,the pictures thad come out of this camera are great,even in bad ...

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I fully agree with other friends in this forum. Cheap, complete, light, fast, full of features, producing excellent images, movies and colours, I find it unsurpassed at present among non-interchangeable lens digital camera. See my Tips and Tests in "Joe's FZ35 webpage". Problems: 1) Visible noise in dark areas of the picture, especially under ISO 400 or greater. If (like me) you later reduce most pictures to 1600x1200 or so for onscreen viewing, this issue is automatically resolved. Otherwise ...

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Great camera. takes excellent clear, crisp photos. Video is very good quality. Light in weight and a great feel in the hand. Love the quick focus when zooming. Overall a worthwhile buy and will suit my needs perfectly. Problems: Reverse lens hood would be advantage.

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Just perfect for me that don't want carry a lot of equipments to take some pictures. And the zoom is magnific powerful. Problems: Some difficult with HD movie. If don't have the right programs you can't transfer to PC.

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It is almost unbreakable: it fell downwards the glacier of Bertol in Switzerland all the way down, and just was wet, with minor scratches on the LCD panel. As soon as I put it on back, it worked just fine, everything, image stabilizer, video etc. Though there was stones melted with ice on the slope. I need a very powerful image stabilizer because of trembling, this one is fine for me. Obviously it's the first camera where I can choose low shutter speed, despite of my tremblings. Problems: At ...

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