Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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Hi to everyone,,    just joined the site ,but wondered if I might ask a question please. Used to have an old Pan travel zoom, the TZ7, but its died so I've picked up a 2nd hand mint cond FZ150,,  now,,,,,      still finding my way around the site so please don't be too hard on this poor young thing for being lazy and asking,, Can I fit filters and maybe an add on lens to make the lens even wider . Any help, advice etc would be great.      Thanks,    Steph
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Some of you guys will know I'm not the most clued up technical wise on cameras so a little help here please. A friend of mine is after a camera for his holidays and saw my TZ35 travel zoom,, he quite liked it but was not to keen on carrying "just a compact",  and says that he had looked on ebay at a 2nd hand FZ150,,       I gave him the DPR web address and he has looked on here at reviews, specs, various posts etc and  came up with this,, The FZ150 would be a better camera  because comparing...
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Looking for recommended external battery solutions for Olympus OMD cameras (I have E-M5 now and have ordered E-M1 to arrive later this week). I have the Olympus HLD-6 grip, and will order the HLD-7 grip eventually. But I am looking for a solution which will last all day.I have Panasonic cameras (GH3, G5, FZ200, FZ150) and use the corresponding coupler (e.g. DMW-DCC12 DC coupler for GH3) with an external battery (e.g. Tekkeon myPower ALL Plus MP3450i Battery (5-19V) which outputs 8.4V DC for...
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Hi, I am sometimes having a focusing problem with my FZ150. Whenever I want to sharply focus on a specific bird, The camera just keeps moving the focus in and out for a few seconds before it finally focuses properly. Usually that is too late, the bird has moved. What type of focus would be best to focus quickly and accurately on just one tiny spot without having to keep pushing the button down several times to get focus around branches and trees? I apologize for this question because I know...
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Does anyone know why Amazon has stopped carrying the AW1 after only a few months? This is a very unusually short length of time for Amazon. Even if something better were just around the corner, Amazon usually will overlap the sales period (for example, the Pany FZ150 kept on long after the FZ200 came out). I was thinking of getting the AW1, but now I'm having second thoughts. Does this discontinuance mean that there is a problem with the AW1?
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would this work on the FZ150?
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My 1st post here, just wandered over from the Panasonic Compact Forum. I'd be interested to hear what MFT/Lens combos people have been using for birding and what results they've been getting. I'd especially like to hear from people who moved up from long zoom "bridge" cameras.I've been dabbling in bird photography for several years with a progression of Panasonic FZ cameras, currently with an FZ150. I think it's time to move up to something with better image quality and dynamic range than I...
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Hi. Forgive me if this has already been covered, I couldn't find anything to about it. I have a Panasonic FZ 150. If I shoot in jpeg mode, no problem. If I shoot in jpeg and raw modes together, or raw mode alone the raw mode shot always shows up like this. I don't use lens filters or lens hoods so it isn't that. The jpeg shot always shows up clear, the raw always is vignette. Is it something I am doing, or is it the camera?
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Including one squished between the lens elements....anyone ever taken an FZ150 to pieces or at least removed an outer lens element?. Living on an Island in the caribbean Im not sure ending it to Panasonic is a viable option
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I have been shooting surf videos using both an FZ150 and a GH3 (mft). Both set for AVCHD 1920x1080p 60fps. (I shoot 60fps because it lends itself to great slo-mo and freeze frames later.) I am hard-pressed to see any qualitative difference in the footage. It seems that the 2mp format really levels the playing field for IQ, at least in good light. However, the FZ150 offers one major advantage: I can focus at wide angle, start shooting, and zoom all the way in without losing focus. This is...
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