'It can record full 1080i HD video as well as video in standard TV format.'
'the images are average but not stunning.'
'Insane shutter speeds'
'Solid battery life.'
'relatively short zoom range'
'the zoom lever is small and the zoom function is too jumpy.'
'Action photography is a weakness, due to the camera’s slow shot-to-shot times.'
'However, the real limitation for burst shooting with these cameras is the electronic viewfinder, anyway, since they black out while you're shooting.'
'The camera can be a complicated beast to use once you dive into all the option'
'The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 can be a complicated beast to use once you dive into all the option'
'Button layout and controls are cumbersome.'
'borderline performance issues'
'Noise entered the picture at ISO 400 and progressively worsened at the camera's maximum ISO of 1600.'
'Well, thanks to the high ISO the image is pelted with noise.'
'soft, noisy photos'
'Clunky software included.'
'ISO 1600 still noisy'
'The Face Detection system helps the camera to recognise a human face to capture it bright and clear.'
'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.'
'To the upper left of the lens is a black glossy oval with a non-intuitive icon on it: this is the wireless remote sensor.'
'The LCD is very crisp although it can be hard to use in bright light and I was squinting much of the time I was using it.'
'the jump between ISO 200 and ISO 400 reveals serious detail loss and notable increase in artifacts'
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