photoKinetic

photoKinetic

Lives in United States North Central, AR, United States
Joined on Oct 17, 2008

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  • Replied in CCD vs CMOS
    I think that for many users there is still a strong preference for CCD sensors when it comes to pure, overall IQ for stills. The CMOS has gained the edge, though, because of it's greater video ...
  • Very nice ... Those colors really do pop ... was this in Best Shot mode? Back in the late 50's and 60's it was one of the places to go for "Family Treat" nite. Nice to see that the brand has ...
  • Thank you, your apology is accepted. I enjoy your comments and appreciate your kind words. pK
  • With all due respect, I think you missed the point of my post. I did mention the respectfulness of this forum ... only that there can be a strong differing of opinion, which is good. I was merely ...
  • Lisetta, You have to remember (get used to) that there are some firmly entrenched opinions in this forum. I have found that if you don't agree, do something a different way, or use different ...
  • Good example of what Faststone can do. I find it a great companion to SilkyPix (yes, I know there are a lot of Silky Pix critics). However, it works for me. As often noted, Panny JPEGs can have a ...
  • I've used replacement batteries for my Panny's from Best Battery and Wasabi. I had a bit of an issue with the Best Battery product not always contacting properly with the original Panasonic ...
  • Wonderful go LX3, go girl! If you don't mind, here are a couple from mine .... Northern Arkansas The Little LX3 that could ...! Storm clouds rolling thru North Arkansas ... funny thing, though, it ...
  • Not to detour from the original intent of this post, but how do the two cameras compare side by side? Have you noted any significant additions, subtractions or variation in IQ? pK
  • Created discussions ZR700/800 product details
    Curious .... does anyone have a zr700/800 not made in China? It has been said that the lens of the ZR700/800 is a Carl Zeiss? I've seen this referenced briefly in two reviews. I have not noticed ...
  • They look very good. I've noticed how quickly the camera bumps up the ISO as soon as it is aimed into a shadowy area. Mine went to ISO650 during mid-day ... but looking into the woods. None the ...
  • Great examples of the FZ35 in action. Still enjoying mine and still learning. My images continue to improve as I become more adventurous and understand the nuances of a great camera. pK
  • Replied in ZR850 vs ZR800
    and ... the difference between the zr700 (3 axis stabilization) and zr800 (5 axis stabilization). Real world significance based on online reviews suggests not an overwhelming difference but useful ...
  • It seems that the "online" history of this camera suggests that it is disposable at about the point yours went bad. Some have bit the dust even earlier others still going strong. Sometimes that's ...
  • Nice example. I'm finding that the zr700 / 800 can do some very remarkable magic inside the camera. At current price points, it seems to be a "must have, no brainer" for both casual use and for the ...
  • Very nice, especially so at 80 ISO and fading light. Being out fishing, though, is just as appealing. vK
  • Distance about 30 yards with a bit of PP as the fawn was in the shade. ZR700 vK
  • One of my "Old" LX3 captures (view original for best viewing) Arkansas Ice Storm 2009
  • Your examples are the reason I still have my LX3 and continue to use it. Indeed, a wonderful camera. It has exceeded my expectations in every sense. Paired with an "Old" FZ35 for extra zoom, it's ...
  • 1 and 2 quite nice ... good color, sharp, and gives a good vibe when viewing. Missed on 3. Maybe a faster shutter would have helped if there was wind movement. I' always please when I can get 2 out ...
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