Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150
Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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So I have had the FZ150 for a while and love the camera.I just purchased a Metz 36 AF-5 external flash that was compatible with the FZ150.My question is, what do I need to do in order to have the external flash fire while not in the hot shoe? I'd like it off to the side and in a position that will give better light. I tried a couple shots last night but the Metz did not fire. Is there any setting I need to look for?Thanks in advance,
I've been looking at all the reviews and posts about the FZ200 and would love to be able to get it but the price is a little out of reach for me, and I haven't found anyone I know with an EPP to get a better price. The FZ150 seems to be more in my price range but there isn't as much info about it. So is that a good alternative, or is there something else out there that I should be looking at? Thanks
If I could change just one thing on my FZ150 it would be the ability to retain the smallest possible spot focus as a default setting (ie spot focus selected in the menu then reduced to the minimum AF area). As it is - each time I turn the camera off (or even when it goes to sleep) I lose the very small spot focus I have previously set. I appreciate it is fairly easy to reduce the spot focus size each time I switch on - but its precious time lost fiddling with the thumb wheel to get the focus...
I purchased a Panasonic FZ150 in June of this past year. I love the camera and have enjoyed using it, however i have experienced some sporadic problems with it. Not long after I got it, the zoom wouldn't retract. I turned it off and on several times and it finally retracted to the wide angle setting. That's happened a couple of times but not lately. Secondly, the camera would not turn off when I switched it off the first time. That's also happened a couple of times. Thirdly, I was taking...
I usually take shots in RAW+JPG and only use the JPG for previews to decide which files to work on in PhotoshopHowever since Windows 8 now supports RW2, I was finally able to view the images one after the other while flipping through photos in preview mode. I noticed that the identical images looked horrible in RW2 compared to JPGThe same thing happens with Photoshop CS6 RAW conversionsHere is a 100% crop:http://i.imgur.com/3a5S4.jpgAny ideas what may be causing this? I prefer using RAW of...