Panasonic DMC-ft10 Review & Rating
Has been a semi reliable camera. Picture and video colours and quality is great but has a digital touch to it.
-Is the good quality of the photos and colours in the video for the price
-Is able to take light knocks and and handle 3m or so depth of water etc.
-Does the basics well and is easy enough to navigate.
-If you point the camera at the sun or bright light it creates a huge purple ugly line/flare effect and is not the best
-When filming or setting up a shot the lens easily fogs up with condensation which can be very annoying when shooting at a beach for example dealing around the water and then in the hot sun it just fogs up..
Those are the main points i can make about this camera its more like a good camera for a very new, kinda clumsy short on cash kinda outdoorsy person
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