Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX07 Brief Review


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  • 7.2 megapixels
  • 3.6x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom
  • autofocus, auto and manual exposure
  • ISO 100-3200
  • JPEG file format
  • Mega O.I.S. image stabilization
  • movie mode with sound
  • Secure Digital storage
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • lithium-ion battery.
  • Release Date: 2006-08-04
  • Final Grade: 75 3.75 Star Rating: Recommended

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX07
7.2 megapixels; 3.6x optical zoom / 4x digital zoom; autofocus, auto and manual exposure; ISO 100-3200; JPEG file format; Mega O.I.S. image stabilization; movie mode with sound; Secure Digital storage; 2.5-inch LCD; lithium-ion battery.
By , Last updated on: 9/29/2014

The Panasonic FX-07 has since been replaced and we recommend looking at the Panasonic F3.  Here's what we had to say about the FX07 when it was released in August 2006:

The Panasonic FX07 is the less expensive version of their FX50, but still offers a superb photographic experience. Though the 7.2 megapixel sensor is a steal at around $350, this stylish, feature-laden camera is anything but cheap. The FX07 is available in silver, black, red, and blue, allowing proper coordination with outfits and ensembles. Beyond superficialities, the camera's 2.5-inch LCD and 3.6x optical zoom make it a fantastic option for mainstream users who are in the market for a sleek, easy-to-use ultracompact camera.

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Panasonic cameras are perfect for consumers that prefer to use automatic modes. Almost all Panasonic cameras currently produced come with a feature called iAuto, which will automatically select the best scene mode for any subject. This feature, in combination with image stabilization will make it very easy for someone just starting out to take excellent photos.

Panasonic cameras are designed to be easy to figure out, giving the user easy access to settings, and users that have reviewed Panasonic digital cameras are quick to confirm this fact. When you opt for a Panasonic camera, you'll discover that it comes with an LCD screen, an optical zoom lens which is very versatile, and is both lightweight and fairly compact.

Panasonic's most popular models are their super zooms and mirrorless, with models ranging from cameras with huge zooms to mirrorless cameras earning the “smallest yet” distinction like the GM-1. They've been more focused on their mirrorless line lately, without introducing budget point-and-shoots in quite some time.

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