Reviews, hands-on, samples of HS50 Part V

Started Mar 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
Sagans Hus
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Re: Reviews, hands-on, samples of HS50 Part V
In reply to jcmarfilph, Mar 15, 2013

jcmarfilph wrote:

Sagans Hus wrote:

" After 400 ISO ..bad things happen to them all"

It is true, but with f/2.8 you do not need to use ISO 800 very often. And sharp lens is crucial for the result, especially with such a small sensor.
your friend
/ Kim

Panny designed the Fz200 lens to be constant coz you will need to stay at ISO100 as much as possible. Look at your shots, horrible IQ and artifacts even at base ISO. Sorry my friend, only an idiot will believe that Fz has superior IQ than HS camera.

-=[ Joms ]=-

Words are all you have, my pictures compared to the HS50 photos here speaks for itself. The sharpness is superior to the FZ200 advantage. It is no problem to use ISO 200 or ISO 400 and get beautiful 30 x 24 cm photos from FZ200.

Yes that there are flaws in image quality at ISO 100, but it does on all bridge cameras without exception. The important thing is that it will not appear on prints 30 x 24 cm.


your friend
/ Kim

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