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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33

Not a camera for control-freaks

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The DMC-FX33 is aimed squarely at the point-and-shoot photographer and its automated features do a pretty good job. The IA mode was rarely fooled, although we noticed that when shooting under artificial light, a number of shots had comet trails streaming from the lights or displayed a yellow cast. This suggests that the DMC-FX33 had the wrong white balance or shutter speed setting, and wasn't fully engaging the image-stabilistion system.

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Close-up shooting was pretty impressive - you can even see the particles of dust between the keys
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The DMC-FX33 offers the equivalent of a 28mm wide angle lens, which means you can squeeze more into a frame
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