RawDogg: Now it's set at -1.33 for a low light shot...Why is this?
Because with this correction, the picture is correctly exposed and represents the color and light level of the venue.
The focus is at the end of the guitar, one of the possible choices for this. Other choices would have been the face, the left or right hand. With APS-C and F2.0, these are unfortunately either/or choices.
Frankly,this is a technically correctly taken picture, for a scene which is a reasonable target for this camera.
I am not sure I agree with people who go glossy-eyed about the creative potentials of low depth of field. In many cases, such as this, one might want to have somewhat more of the picture in focus.
OneGuy: The 720p video is quite adequate and 1080p is but a marginal, fashion improvement. 720p fills up the 1920x1080 screen fully and nicely, and I think dpr penalized the video performance too much on the P7100.
However, I think its time for ALL integrated lens cams to be tested for flare. This parameter is ignored by dpr and by the manufacturers and can be a big minus compared to MIL cams. "Look, Ma, I can go to 7x" (but cannot ignore the bright sources outside of the FOV).
I kept saying similar things until I got the Sony HX9V. Trust me: there is a world of difference between the 720p from the Panny ZS3 and the 1080p60 from the Sony. The first is a "good quality home video", the other one is "virtual immersion in a memory". You need to make sure you actually view it in 1080p60 though.