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Panasonic Lumix 14.1 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD (Red)

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  • 14.1-megapixel CCD * 4x optical/4x digital/16x total zoom
  • 2.7" TFT-LCD screen monitor * High ISO sensitivity (up to 6400)
  • Scene modes * 9-point autofocus * Burst shooting mode
  • White balance options * Built-in auto flash
  • USB 2.0 port * Built-in 40MB memory

Product Details

Color Name: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 9.9 x 5.8 cm ; 141 g
  • Shipping Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: DMCFP2R
  • ASIN: B003FGX5JY
  • Date first available at Nov. 15 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,594 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Syms on Dec 3 2010
Color Name: Grey
Bought this camera after my last Lumix broke. Nothing wrong with it except that I had dropped it too many times. I like everything except that this model does not have a docking station to charge. You have to take the battery out and put it in the charger. Also the last model had a one button control to take video where as this you have to go through a couple menu options to find it. The camera itself takes great pictures. A little disappointed with the design both physical and usable.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
fine performance, not-so-good ergonomics Oct. 5 2011
By Santoku, Mr. - Published on
Color Name: Red
First, it's important to know that although described as 'red', this FP2 is more of a metallic magenta (i.e. somewhat of a lipstick color!@$#). It's a pleasant and cheerful color, but more for girls than guys. The lens cover slides down to turn the camera on and back up to turn it off again. You can also turn the camera on/off in playback mode to view your photos and videos without opening the lens cover. The FP2 is made in China and seems to have come out in 2010.


+ lightweight
+ mostly metal body with solid build quality & feel
+ in natural light it takes bright and contrasty photos with good color rendition
+ folded light path design(internal zoom mechanism) - no lenses protrude when turned on
+ very smooth motion of the lens cover - smoother than a $300 Sony I was looking at
+ fast startup & focus (about 1 second to turn on + 1 second to focus and snap)
+ exceptionally long 60-second maximum exposure time (most/all Panasonic Lumix cameras have this)
+ 720p video recording


- width and height dimensions are not as tiny as I was expecting, and although it is very thin, this makes it tippy when sitting up
- I find the flat body shape uncomfortable to hold...not much 'shape' to grip onto (but not as bad as overly-rounded 'used soap bar' shaped compact cameras)
- side location of lens - often a finger will accidentally get in your shot
- images taken in dim light without the flash are grainy
- batteries are very thin and light but only provide at most 1 hour usage before needing recharging
- mediocre macro ability - closest focus is 10cm (most other compacts can focus to 5cm or less)
- tiny buttons
- 2 buttons are flush to the surface and difficult to press (on/off and capture/playback select)
- no zooming while recording video, but you can set the zoom before recording
- somewhat slow to zoom in/out
- panning left/right up/down through photos is extremely slow
- plastic tripod socket (I've read conflicting accounts regarding the durability of modern plastic sockets)

The FP1 is almost identical to the FP2, except 12.1 megapixels rather than 14.1 (doubtful it would make any noticeable reduction in image quality). The FP3 is the touch screen version and I wouldn't recommend paying more to get it...just my dislike of touch screens. If you can get either the PF1 or FP2 for around $100, it's a good buy.

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