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Written on: 25/01/2011
Great camera, don't regret buying it at all, even though it's now been superseded by the FZ28 etc. Great image quality, fantastic zoom, and even though I usually leave it on 'Auto' it's got enough manual settings to do some creative photography occasionally.
Highly recommended… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2010
I love the 18X zoom, and the 10 Mp which I rarely have to use, but if I want a really long zoom effect, combining the 18X with the 10Mp allows me to crop a picture and get a mega closeup. The anti camera shake works very well. And it's not as big and heavy as a SLR. It's a lovely camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2008 by AlThreesons (1 review written)
All in all, the Panasonic DMCFZ18 is one good camera; it is portable, SLR-like in feel, but uses a fixed non-interchangeable zoom with a wide range. 8.1 mp and a Leica licensed lens allow for moderate cropping. Excellent all-purpose camera for the enthusiast who wants an SLR feel, without having to carry extra lenses… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2008 by Liam37 (10 reviews written)
I'm very happy with my purchase of my Panasonic DMC-FZ18 Digital Camera!
Very useful 28MM Wide Angle is paired with an excellent 18X (23.5X at 3MP) Optical Zoom and Panasonic's well done Image Stabilization system.
Light weight yet feels like a high quality camera - easy to wear around my neck for hours at a time.
Pop-Up Flash for good illumination of subjects for nice indoor pics; average low-light sensitivity is fine for most outdoor pics under 400 ISO; only OK to poor for anything… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2007 by droopsnout (2 reviews written)
The Panasonic DMC-FZ18 camera provides the serious amateur with a near-perfect bridge between a pocket-sized compact camera and a full-size single lens reflex camera - still beyond the budget of most amateurs.
Easy to use, intuitive when it comes to learning, and with instructions on screen if you're unsure of anything, this is a great camera to learn about photography. You can set the camera to "Intelligent Auto" and it will do everything itself, providing you with more than adequate pictures… Read Full Review
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" Decent camera let down by noisy images and slow autofocus " Read More
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