Expensive, Sluggish performance
Smoothness, sharpness and - frankly - noise free performance
Excellent IQ at low ISOs
Detail and sharpness
Good colour reproduction
Easy to use
'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'
'slow shooting performance'
'It has a small handgrip for your right hand, and it's comfortable to use. '
'Outdoor wide angle shot'
Good quality lens with optical image stabilization
'low quality LCD'
'Performance was quite slow with slow focusing, particularly at the telephoto end, and the switch on time was noticeably slow at 4.1 seconds.'
Photos are very crisp and sharp
Focusing is pretty fast
'The ultra compact design is perfect when it comes to traveling since this camera can fit comfortably into your pocket for easy portability.'
Two-shot mode is an excellent option
10x optical zoom
A carry-everywhere snap shooter
'Macro mode requires subject to be placed at least 15 cm from lens.'
Value for money
'Compatible with over 40 lenses.'
'robust semi-professional feel'
'top LCD info panel'
'There's also a pretty generous 70MB of built-in memory. '
Resolution was disappointing
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