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Panasonic Lumix DMC FX01 review

Average user rating: 95%

Brand Panasonic
Type Lumix DMC FX01
Resolution 6.37 Mpixel
Maximum resolution 2816x2112 pixels
Optical zoom Yes
LCD screen size 2.5-inch
Video function Yes
Dimensions 94.1x51.1x24.2

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Panasonic Lumix DMC FX01 Reviews from camera owners

Beans Lim - Malaysia
November 7th 2006 - 18:00 GMT

The brand new Panasonic Lumix DMC FX-01 is perfect in every single point, except for the video recording mode which I can't zoom in. For the rest, the camera is quite perfect. Its design isn't too bulky or too slim, it fits in your palm perfectly. But one thing I would like to mention is the Mega O.I.S. I don't think that the Mega O.I.S. function in this camera really helps that much. I'd tried several times by snapping photos with the Mega O.I.S. on and off and I noticed where there is no difference between them. On and Off are the same. I hope you notice this problem too, because I don't know whether this problem only occurs in my Panasonic Lumix FX-01 camera or not.

personal rating: 97%

Steve Gates - Turkey
November 7th 2006 - 17:00 GMT

I have had a Canon A80 now for nearly 3 years and have been very pleased with the results. A friend of mine recently purchased a Panasonic Lumix DMC FX01 and we both attended a colleague’s wedding, but when we compared our pictures the next day, I was amazed at the quality of the pictures from his FX01. The colour, sharpness, and detail were all incredible; also the wide angle capability made this a true winner for me. Needless to say I purchased my FX01 last week, gave the canon to the wife and am now enjoying my FX01.

personal rating: 96%

David Jeckells - United Kingdom
May 23rd 2006 - 21:00 GMT

Taken around 300+ photos with the Lumix DMC FX01 in a couple of weeks. Outdoor action on High-multishot works great (with 133x 1GB SD card), as does scene settings such as candlelight. No noticeable problems with noise - though haven't tried high-sensitivity yet. Having O.I.S means great well balanced images indoors with little or no Flash. Easy to change settings (White balance a must though Auto is pretty accurate) and review and so quick, from turning on to shutter response. Widescreen is excellent. As a point and shoot, pocket ability and ease of use means it's always at hand and I shoot far more images. Also, immediate review on massive LCD which is of incredible quality. No regrets on this purchase. Just a pity zoom is not changeable when taking video.

personal rating: 95%

Adam R - United Kingdom
May 23rd 2006 - 21:00 GMT

Just bought the Lumix DMZ FX01, and I think it's great. What I like the most is that when you just want to take that quick picture, all you have to do is switch the dial to "Simple Mode" and press the button. Done! Yet, if you want to get a bit more serious with your photos, although it doesn't have full manual control, you can still take control of ISO sensitivity, shutter time, exposure compensation, white balance etc. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone who wants a small compact with lots of useful features. The image stabiliser is great, and I now won't think about going back to a 35mm camera, as the 28mm wide lens gives a much fuller perspective and better field of view. Only criticism is noise present at higher ISO settings.

personal rating: 95%

Andrew Fildes - Australia
April 5th 2006 - 11:00 GMT

I've just reviewed the FX01 camera for a local magazine. In use, I found the Panasonic Lumix FX-01 to be very handy and quite easy to use. It sits in the hand tightly despite its tiny size and slips into a pocket or belt pouch very neatly. The screen takes up almost the entire back but it isn't hard to get a firm grip when shooting. Images were very sharp in regular outdoor conditions and with flash although, as I expected with a Panasonic unit, image quality degraded quickly due to noise at higher ISO speeds and I found 800 and 1600 unacceptable to me due to softness and colour blotchiness. The typical user of this style of camera might find them just fine in small prints or on the screen and of course, a soft photo is better than no pic at all!

personal rating: 89%

Dielmier Goh - Malaysia
April 22nd 2006 - 23:00 GMT

The Lumix DMC FX01 is a good and easy to use digital camera. It takes less blurry pics compared to the DMC FX1, that I once had. Its small & compact and really fun to use with lots of functions to play with. A good coverage of the photos taken.

personal rating: 95%

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