Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS42
Released October, 2009
The Pros:Small and light design, tucks into a pocket or purse easily. Colors are vibrant and bright, great light gathering. Very user-friendly, automatically finds the perfect settings for you.
The Cons:Feels so light that it makes you worry about breaking it. Won't work in the winter, gets stuck in the cold. In fog or rain moisture collects in the lens and takes a long time to clear.
The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS42 is an entry-level point and shoot camera, released in late 2009. This camera features a 10.1 megapixel sensor, auto focus with face detection and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
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Since this digital camera is designed for novice photographers, its built-in technology will automatically detect 1 of 5 scene modes and apply the best settings to suit the situation. ISO settings and the shutter speed is also automatically controlled, which helps to prevent blurry images. The LCD screen measures 2.5-inches, while the optical zoom as a maximum reach of 4x. Photos and videos can be recorded to built-in memory (50 MB), SD cards or SDHC cards. The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FS42 is available in 3 different colors: black, silver and pink.
- 10.1 megapixel CCD
- 4x optical zoom
- 2.5” LCD screen
- Scene modes
- Auto redeye reduction
- Auto ISO up to 1600-6400
- Widescreen video recording
- A/V output
- SD/SDHC memory card support
- Lithium-ion battery
User Reviews (1)
small and light design, tucks into a pocket or purse easily
colors are vibrant and bright, great light gathering
very user-friendly, automatically finds the perfect settings for you
details in the images are generally very sharp and crisp
feels so light that it makes you worry about breaking it
won't work in the winter, gets stuck in the cold
in fog or rain moisture collects in the lens and takes a long time to clear
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