Read the full Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS37 review

The FS37 is a mid-range, point-and-shoot compact that discards its physical buttons in favour of touch-screen controls. Sadly though, it’s actually this main selling point that turns out to be the camera’s biggest bugbear. While the FS37 is easy enough to use and capable of delivering solid image quality in good light, the touch-screen fails to deliver an engaging user experience, falling short not only in terms of general responsiveness, but also in overall resolution and a severely limited viewing angle. With an ever increasing number of smartphones boasting high-resolution, touch-sensitive monitors these days, the FS37’s monitor does feel like something of a step backwards.

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