Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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Problem: when shooting pics on a trip i encountered this situation - an unplanned, nonactivated, unexplained and very disturbing harp drop in picture size, from the highest quality to the lowest (640x480) , and occasionally up again after one or more shots, while shooting in the P mode. Is this something that happened to other FZ150 cameras? Will appreciate info and advice. thanks guys.
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By: Meadowmaid (Jul 30, 2013)
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I have a Panasonic DMC-FZ150. Having used traditional cameras for over 30 years before changing to digital, I have always tried to use F11 or F16 when photographing landscapes, in order to achieve a good depth of field. I have also preferred to retain some control eg using aperature priority rather than letting the camera make all the decisions.  However, I find that, using digital cameras,  the recording modes give better results than choosing the settings myself. For instance, the landscape...
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Made a video and few shots of a rabbit in the backyard on the FZ150 but didn't realize until afterwards that no SD card was in it so everything was recorded on camera memory.  Is there any way to get these to the computer? I hooked up the cord to the computer but nothing downloaded.  Or is this a lost cause?  (I know I should've checked for the SD card but in a hurry didn't think there wasn't one in the camera.)
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I used the DOF calculator online (DOFmaster) and used values I think I would use to take a photo of a peloton coming towards me. Camera:  FZ150  (they didn't have data for FZ200) Focal length:  300mm   (I figured I would would use half my zoom range to get close ups) F/Stop:  F8  (because I want as much DOF as I can get) Subject distance:  200 feet The calculator says my DOF would only be 10 feet, from 195-205 feet away.  Yikes.   I don't think my odds of snapping a photo right when the...
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By: AntonAmsterdam (Jun 28, 2013)
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I have Panasonic FZ-150, and want to try and go beyond using only the automatic settings. My question is illustrated by the cropped picture: how can I get the camera to focus on the McDonald's sign instead of on the tree leaves.   The trees in this case are about 300 meters away, while the sign is about 800-900 meters away.  McD sign through the trees
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After some time "away" from photography, I"ve started to pick up my old Pan TZ6 after of it sitting in my bag for over a year, and am starting to enjoy photography again. Now, think its time to "upgrade" and have been looking at a bridge camera and would like to ask,,,,     buy the new FZ200, or go for a good 2nd hand FZ150 (believe they have been diss). Any help, advice you guys can give would be most welcome. Thanks,,    Roland
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I'm trying to use a Calumet Wireless Remote transmitter and receiver to operate shutter release on my FZ200. It is not working. I don't know whether it is the Calument system or settings in the FZ200. (BTW, I love this camera, especially the constant f2.8. I just gave my FZ150 to my grandson, so I could justify spending the money on this. ) What, if any setting do you have to have in the camera to operate a remote release. For example, in my Canon 6D, I have to have the 2 sec. timer on. If no...
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I tried another brand of camera and didn't like it even with the long zoom which was too hard to hold by hand and get a decent photo. So...started reading about other cameras and settled on ordering the Panasonic LX7.  I do have the FZ150 and the ZS15 and so far have loved working with each of those in different situations. (My daughter has frankly just about taken over use of the FZ150 though.)  As I wait for this to get to me, are there any pointers or advice anyone can give me on the LX7? ...
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I'm posting here as only other place I figured it fit was the Sony forum, which I did. But since I'm on a Mac and Mac people tend to be helpful, I thought I'd post here, too. Hope that's okay. I have a gifted version of PS 5.1 (without license number) with Camera Raw version 6.7; and Lightroom 4.4 (with license number). I have many raw photos in LR from both Sony RX100 & Panasonic FZ150. I am able to export the Panasonic RW2 files to PS. But when I try to export the Sony ARW files, I get this...
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Is this the best place to ask this? I have a gifted version of PS 5.1 (without license number) with Camera Raw version 6.7; and Lightroom 4.4 (with license number). I have many raw photos in LR from both Sony RX100 & Panasonic FZ150. I am able to export the Panasonic RW2 files to PS. But when I try to export the Sony ARW files, I get this Photoshop error message: 'Could not complete because the file appears to be from a camera which isn't supported by installed version of Camera Raw. Please...
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