Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 Ask a question in forums about the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150.
Ask a new question
95
Questions
asked
9
Questions
answered
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous56789Next ›Last »
1
reply
When using the standard Sports mode to photograph the grand-kids indoor sports, I seldom get good shots.  The Sports mode doesn't anticipate movement so it's always behind and the buildings are always dim so we don't have much f/stop & shutter-speed wiggle-room.  And what about focus mode?
1
reply
Recently bought a fz150 to use primarily for video at church replacing my fz28 that I had been using. tried camcorders in this price range but was not getting the quality of video that I was getting with fz28. Had to adjust white balance and speed for the lighting conditions because the autoset was too dark. It appeared light enough when setting , but then darkened when starting to shoot video.Is there any way I can put these settings in as a preset so I don't have to duplicate them each time...
31
replies
Hello everyone !This is my first time posting on the dpreview forums, so please bear with me if I do anything wrong :-)As indicated by the title, I am looking to buy a camera with a price range around 300 euros, 350 max, with as much versatility and image quality as possible. I have no preference in size or type (compact, bridge, hybrid, dSLR...), so at first I started to look for a bridge camera (Canon SX40, Pana FZ150 and others) , but after spending much time reading reviews, looking at...
5
replies
Hello guys,I am between the p510 and the lumix fz150 and the main reason for not going straight for the nikon is the number on negative comments about it not focusing fast or accurately enough. What do you have to say about that on your experience?
6
replies
Hi.I have a Nikon D90 with a telephoto lens 70-300 mm for most of my bird pictures and i am very pleased with that. But I need an extra camera to have in my car, because I sometimes see birds at my job or when going to or from job, that I want to take pictures of. The Nikon is much to expensive to have laying around in my car and therefore I need an inexpensive camera. I know i can get a DSLR camera very cheap, but then I have to by more lenses. My question is: Are the FZ150 fast enough to...
2
replies
Answered
What is the magnification effect of adding a 1.7 tele conversion lens (DMV-LT55) to the Panasonic's 24X lens? --Ted P.
19
replies
New poster - I'm just getting back into photography after a lot of time away (during which I just stuck to point and shoot).  I have an FZ150, which I've really enjoyed (but probably didn't use to its maximum ability), but just got the FZ200 home to play with for possible upgrade.  I've read a lot of the threads here so I know some of the various debates re: the two cameras.  The lens alone is enough to make me want to switch.  My biggest concern is what is next - will I be sorry I didn't...
19
replies
Hey everyone!  Finally purchased an FZ150 after much deliberation and in the 2 weeks I've had it very happy with photo ability!  So much to learn but having a blast in the process :)Ok - now the other reason I purchased the FZ150 was it's great video!  But I am now in possession of my 2nd FZ150 after returning the original due to a zoom issue:When retracting the zoom (Tripod/hard surface/handheld) it would judder or bounce the image just before coming to rest and sometimes shake or vibrate...
1
reply
I like the FZ150 for many things, including good IQ considering the size of its sensor. Years ago I had the Fuji S100, and when I look at the images, in many cases it's evident that the 2/3in sensor generated better IQ than the FZ150.  Less noise.  (I sold the S100 because of its anemic burst rate, small buffer and slow write times.) The question: does the 2/3in CMOS sensor in the X-S1 deliver better IQ than the 1/2.3in CMOS sensor in the FZ150?  I don't mean for posting on the internet or...
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous56789Next ›Last »