Size, shape and image quality
PASM exposure modes, Fast burst shooting modes, Excellent battery life, 24mm super-wide angle.
Lightweight & portable, Speedy shooting, Responsive touch screen, Excellent image/video quality, 1080i HD video
F2.2 ultrawide-angle lens; 1080i movie capture; fast performance; compact for its features.
Looks great, White-balance performance, Advanced functions such as aperture priority, shutter priority and manual
Lots of shooting options available, Image quality is very good; extremely sharp photos, Very little shutter lag, regardless of shooting conditions, Full manual mode is available, Camera is well built and feels sturdy
Annoying touchscreen and manual restrictions
Less than sparkling image quality, Touch icons small and cramped, Physical switch for rec/playback mode, Erratic continuous shooting performance.
Mediocre LCD image quality, Expensive
Disappointing low-light/high-ISO photos; smallish low-res touch screen; no raw capture.
Menu structure can be a little confusing, Touch screen takes a little practice to use correctly, Bigger LCD would be better with touch screen LCD, Slightly larger zoom lens would be handy
By What Digital Camera on May 16, 2011
The Panasonic FX700 is a 14MP compact that crams a fairly impressive amount of technology into a comparatively small frame. With full manual controls, a 3inch touchscreen and the ability to shoot HD movies only having a 5x optical zoom is something of...87
By Digital Photography School on May 01, 2011
So why would you consider a simple point–and-shoot digicam? Like this one.A few reasons: the FX700 has a 5x Leica zoom with a 35 SLR equivalent wide end of 24mm; an excellent pressure-sensitive touch control system; Full HD video shooting; high...-
By Digital Camera Buyer on April 04, 2011
A nice camera that offers the best combination of auto functions and manual control we’ve seen so far. It has its foibles and the price is high, but it’s a good all-rounder Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews,...80
By DigitalVersus on February 17, 2011
We have mixed feelings about the FX700, which scrapes through to a fourth star by the skin of its teeth. Although the camera has a decent video mode, focal range and is generally responsive, picture quality is somewhat disappointing. Plus, noise...80
By Camera Labs on January 01, 2011
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX700 verdict The Panasonic Lumix FX700 is a 14 megapixel compact with a 5x stabilised zoom and a 3 inch touch-screen display. At its heart is a newly engineered 14 Megapixel CMOS sensor which combined with the latest Venus FHD...82
By Pocket-lint on December 17, 2010
A competent pocket snapshot from Panasonic’s style range that is very much a pea from the same pod as the FX70 released earlier this year. If you don’t need a zoom range beyond 5x, and will be staying away from the higher ISO settings,...80
By TechReviewSource on December 06, 2010
This 14.1-megapixel digital camera from Panasonic gives you impressive speed, great still images, high-quality 1080i HD video and a 5x optical zoom. The Lumix DMC-FX700 is one sleek camera, but you really pay for it because of its high price.The...90
By Smarthouse on October 11, 2010
The gap between still cameras and video cameras is getting narrower every year. If you look at the specification of high-end compact cameras from the middle of 2008, most of them offered at best 640 x 480 resolution video with mono audio. Over the...100
By Cameras UK on October 01, 2010
The Panasonic Lumix DMC FX700 ticks a lot of the right boxes, but I don't think picture quality matches up to the features on offer. That is a shame as the combination of basic manual controls, plus a touch screen interface is very appealing. Test...81
By cnet on September 23, 2010
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX700 is a fast, feature-packed compact in need of some better low-light photo...76