robbo2

robbo2

Lives in United States United States
Joined on Mar 13, 2005

robbo2's recent activity

  • Attached is the picture I had intended to post.
  • Dear all, I previouslyu posted a picture taken with my FZ200 (Panasonic) at the same game.  That's why I was able to get 1/400 second shutter speed at a night game. I do have some other shots...
  • The main reason I got my first Casio (FH20) and then the ZR100 and the ZR1100, was the 40 (30) FPS. In good light, it's ideal for analyzing a movement in baseball, soccer, track and field...
  • Replied in time lapse, too
    One of the new features of the ZR1100 (aka ZR1200) and the ZR800 is time lapse videos. You have to set the mode dial to TL, and then you are presented with a number of choices. You can choose...
  • I look forward to seeing your pictures!
  • Here's a panorama of Safeco Field in Seattle before tonight's game against the Los Angeles Angels.  Before Seattle's 2nd home game of this season.
  • Here are three more shots from the ZR1100 taken between 11 AM and noon under uncharacteristically sunny skies near Seattle. The first picture is taken in HDR mode (level 3, I think), the second in...
  • I think the ZR1100 has the same basic layout as the ZR1000 with some additional features such the 5 axis image stabilization (which really works, in my opinion) and time lapse videos. I am am...
  • I don't want to go on the Panasonic forum with news about a Casio camera. They'll think I am a troll.  I think Casio's ZR camera's HDR mode is among the best in all point and shoots. I have used...
  • Created discussions Playing with a ZR1100
    My Casio ZR1100 arrived from Japan thanks to Amazon on Monday. I had the FH20 and the ZR100 before. I was used to their style of menu system, so this new menu system on the ZR1100 made me feel a...
  • Yeah, you mentioned most of the reasons that I like Casio's ZR high speed line. You can get shots that you wouldn't get with almost any other point and shoot. Well, I am looking forward to getting...
  • I just ordered a ZR1100 from Japan via Amazon. I used to have the FH20 and ZR100. I thought the image quality was ok, and, in the right conditions, pretty good.However, it seems that the IQ of the...
  • You wrote in an earlier post that you enjoyed taking bike rides around SF with your camera in a backpack. To me, it seems that the FZ200 is ideal for that, much better than a DSLR with a telephoto...
  • The price for the FZ200 is very good now. Others may have told you this already. I have had mine for about 10 months. I also have a Sony A65 with some decent telephoto zoom lens. The FZ200 is super...
  • I think it is because there are new, better Sony cameras selling at low prices. I saw the A58 being sold with kit lens for $379 a few days ago. Also, there are entry level Nikons and Canons with 18...
  • I have better luck with flatbed scanners than with digital camera adapters. I think it depends on how demanding your are. I would be more inclined to getting a flatbed scanner for between $100 and...
  • Thanks, Tim, I have tried panning and it works in some venues. This one was hard because I had people on both sides of me and on half the shots, I had to hold the camera over my head to avoid the...
  • Created discussions lx7 for indoor track and field
    Every February, I go to the indoor track arena of a local university and watch a pretty big track (and field = athletics) competition. I have tried many times with a number of cameras to capture...
  • OK, where is it? I see no link to any picture/video.
  • I have the FZ200 and the FZ70. If I wanted only sports shots or 600mm were enough for me, I would keep the FZ200 and sell the FZ70. The FZ70 is a good camera for landscapes, not bad for ok...
Activity older than 12 months is not displayed.
Total messages 246
Threads started 18
Last post 1 day ago
Total comments 0
Total likes 0
Total reviews 1
Last review Jan 3, 2008
Total articles 0
Entries 0
Votes cast 0
Photos uploaded 0