Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 Review
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To achieve a 25mm ultra-wide-angle lens in the slim design of the FX35, Panasonic developed a new unevenly thick concave meniscus EA (Extra high refractive index Aspherical) lens. Working closely with Leica to meet their strict standards on lenses, the LUMIX FX35's lens compromises of seven elements in six groups, including four aspherical lenses with six aspherical surfaces.
The Advanced Intelligent Auto mode expands Panasonic's system of intuitive technologies with the addition of Intelligent Exposure and Digital Red-eye Correction. Consisting of seven advanced and intuitive technologies, with Advanced Intelligent Auto mode, the consumer is able to rely on the advanced technologies happening automatically, without them changing any settings, thus taking high-quality photos is easy and effortless. The Intelligent Auto mode on the FX35 includes:
As stated above, the FX35 features a fourth-generation high-performance image processing LSI, the Venus Engine IV. The Venus Engine IV produces higher-quality digital photos, as compared to the Venus Engine III predecessor, with an advanced signal processing system that produces a quick response time. The shutter lag is as short as 0.005 second, making it easier to capture sudden, spur-of-the-moment photo opportunities. In burst shooting mode, the DMC-FX35 can snap 2.5 shots per second at full resolution (up to 5 frames). Also, in High-Speed Burst shooting mode, it fires an incredible 6 shots-per-second (at 2M resoltuion), plus unlimited consecutive shooting, which lets the consumer snap photos until the memory card is full.
The FX35 is also capable of recording 720p High Definition motion pictures and 1920 x 1080 pixel High Definition-ready photos that perfectly fit a wide-screen (16:9) HDTV. Panasonic VIERA Plasma or LCD HDTVs that have an integrated SD Memory Card slot, so viewing still images is simple as inserting the SD card. In addition, with the newly added HD component output capability, consumers can enjoy watching still and motion images in stunning HD quality taken by simply taking the DMC-FX35 and connecting the camera via an optional component cable (DMW-HDC2).
Major DMC-FX35 Features:
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The DMC-FX35 compared in size to a standard CD disc.
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Lumix DMC-FX35 Specifications
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