'If a digital SLR isn't your thing, grab the next best thing, which is this thing'
'Fast shooting performance, even when shooting in raw or raw plus JPEG'
'Excellent EVF, Hot shoe and mic input'
'Appealing to sports and nature photographers'
'Very good photo quality'
'Easy point and shoot approach'
'Excellent value for money, Decent screen resolution'
'Faster burst shooting, expanded ISO range and more creative effects'
'Great image quality at base ISO, Excellent high ISO noise performance'
'Images have good colour rendition'
'Long 24x zoom range'
'Good image and movie quality'
'Stand-out new sensor'
'Menu system can get confusing.'
'So while we can't recommend it to you as the best big zoom option for the money, there are other positives.'
'fairly high asking price'
'The EVF is a little small for proper viewing, but it'll suffice if you need to use it to take a quick shot.'
'You'll want a tripod with this camera, to protect against camera shake.'
'Too many pixels for too small a sensor.'
'Above it lies the electronic viewfinder, which we found somewhat painful to use due to its small size.'
'CNET Labs tests indoors under tungsten and fluorescent lights not only exhibited poor automatic white balance,'
'We increased the sensitivity to 400 ISO here and noise is certainly visible'
'The front-facing zoom lever is small and slow'
'a superb optical 3x zoom(equivalent to 35-105mm on a 35mm film camera) Lumix DC Vario lens, and bright 2.0-inch LCD.'
'auto white balance is bad with tungsten lighting'
'auto white balance is bad with tungsten lighting.'
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