Unsurprisingly easy to use
One of the cheapest cameras around
Performance puts many pricier cameras to shame
Price, Styling, Ease of use, Build, Handling
Family-friendly waterproof and shockproof point-and-shoot
Good value for money
Family-friendly waterproof camera
Affordable rugged compact
'Shooting performance is overall slow.'
'Streamlined design and comfortable'
'Low price makes this camera beneficial for beginners. '
'Despite its budget price-tag, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-S3 is a good-looking camera, with a distinctive pebble shape, rounded corners and an attractively glossy finish to the all-plastic body. '
'Despite a minimum focusing distance of 5cm the camera is capable of taking excellent macro pictures.'
'Our exterior daylight tests produced some remarkably strong shots for such a low-cost camera. '
'latest generation Venus Engine VI image processor'
'Video images appear blocky and without sharpness, and the audio is only just passable from the internal microphone.'
'LCD screen struggles in bright conditionsCan't handle highlights properlyNo ISO limiting.'
'small pocket digital camera'
Deliver usable results without having to pore over a manual on the train or plane
'The bottom line: Simple and satisfying, Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FH27 is an excellent point-and-shoot value.'
'GUI dated compared to competition.'
'useful touch-screen operation'
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