' Panasonic has done a good job of mixing intermediate photography features with easy-to-use features in the Lumix G2, making it an ideal entry-level DSLR camera.
'We found that the Panasonic G2 is suitable exactly for whom it's designed for: a camera for the compact camera upgrader, who will find welcome in its user-friendly features, rather than the DSLR downgrader who might find the ISO performance a little lacking.'
'Overall, the Panasonic G2 is a big improvement on the G1, offering a refreshing new way to interact with the camera.'
'This little digital camera can deliver great still images and surprisingly high-quality 1080i HD video, and it's extremely fast, to boot.'
'Camera is well built and feels sturdy.'
'one sleek camera'
'The 14.1-megapixel digital camera features a 24mm ultra wide-angle F2.2 super bright Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens with a 5x optical zoom, making the Lumix FX700 extremely versatile in low-light conditions and when capturing moving subjects. '
'Namely this is a camera anyone should be able to quickly get to grips with, indicating that while it may not offer everything the photo enthusiast might desire, the FZ100 will hold appeal for families who don't just concentrate on one sort of subject - but who will want a device that does everything and anything.'
'The FZ100 is quite a speedy camera. '
'new super-zoom digital camera'
'The gurus over at PhotographyBLOG have been testing its every feature for the past few days, and they drew some rather positive conclusions. '
'After several days of shooting, we came to see the Lumix FX75 as a capable camera that without a doubt could be a full-time camera in the form of a sharp, well-exposed image or video clip for the average user. '
'Distortion levels were also rated as Poor, as chromatic aberration and colored fringing was noticeably evident in our test shot of a target chart, most likely due to the camera's ultra-wide-angle 24mm lens. '
'Unfortunately, attaching the stylus to the wrist strap means that you won't be able to use it while the camera is on your wrist.'