When the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH7 arrived at my doorstep I was genuinely impressed with the camera's tiny footprint. The FH7 is a slightly updated version of the Lumix FH5, the only major difference being a marginally larger LCD screen that now includes a touch screen overlay, allowing the LCD to be used as an input device. Though it is actually a tiny bit larger than its predecessor, the FH7 is still a super thin, easily point-and-shoot.
I carried the svelte little FH7 to the Kentucky State Fair, I took it twice to shoot late summer flowers, I brought it with me to an outdoor concert, I held it in my hand - ready to shoot from the hip - on a "street" shooting expedition in the colorful Highlands neighborhood and I took it to Louisville's annual WorldFest on the Ohio River waterfront to shoot subjects in exotic national costumes. The FH7 is an outstanding general purpose P&S digicam - especially useful for shooting informal portraits, capturing family gatherings, documenting trips and recording special events.
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