Panasonic FX37 reviewed. Verdict: perfect for snaps

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CrunchGear‘s Peter Ha reviews Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-FX37, with an eye to finding a good high-quality concealed carry model. Smaller and cheaper than its supreme point ‘n’ shoot, the LX, this is from the range that gets rebadged as Leica’s C-Lux. On the spec sheet are a wide angle f/2.8 lens, 4x optical zoom, 720p video, face tracking, “Intelligent ISO” and many specialty screen modes. But what are the pictures like?

Image Quality – The big fat MINUS for this camera, not a very strong point at all.

And yet he recommends it: “I absolutely love this Panny.” Why? Read on.

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One Response to Panasonic FX37 reviewed. Verdict: perfect for snaps

  1. phisrow says:

    Sounds like yet another “Wow, I actually didn’t need a DSLR” story. It’s a pity that the point-and-shoot involved sounds somewhat lousy even by the standards of the genre; but the reminder that convenience is a serious virtue in cameras is always useful.

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