Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX50 review
I have bought this camera for my wife, and to have a pocketable alternative camera myself.
My wife is happy with it - the interface is very easy, it's small, and produces good pictures. There is nothing really to complain about, prints are great and on web galleries pics look nice too. Sure, in low light situations there may be some noise or washing out, but those are not the typical shooting conditions for her.
Why I like it - there are not that many pocket cameras in the market that have true wide angle and image stabilization together. Sure, it's a point-and-shoot and I miss manual control sometimes, but if you know how to use it, you can get very good pictures with it.
And yeah, the 3" LCD often gets envious looks from other point-and-shoot owners:)
None so far.
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