Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1 (Lumix DMC-FT1)

Announced Jan 27, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 28 – 128 mm (4.6×)
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I want to buy the Tamron A005 for my V1. For some reason, I can only buy it online, it means I don't have the chance to test it. Is there anybody who knows if the A005 is compatible with the FTI? Thanks guys.
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Hello, I have been reading for a while on the forum, but can't figure out what is the best camera for my needs. At the moment I don't have a real camera, but want to get into photography, and also have some long traveling up ahead I want to capture with something better than my iphone/gopro combo. I have been visiting shops to hold cameras and get a feel for what I like, but as always there is compromise to be made, and I don't feel I have the knowledge to make the right choice. But let me...
John Russell NZ
By: John Russell NZ (3 months ago)
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Hi, I'm looking at a 1 series for birding. Not sure whether to get the 30-110 which I've read is very good, or just  go with the FT1 plus a cheap nikon lens such as the 55-200 which I also understand is good, plus has extra reach. Not sure I can justify both.  Here in NZ these 2 lenses cost about the same.  Any other lens options I can look at?. thanks, John.
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Sonnyshine gave me an idea in his reply http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52593133 Sonyshine wrote: Now I really enjoy my V1 as a complementary camera to my NEX7. The NEX7 has superior image quality but its not very good at action photography and any zoom you put on with an adapter makes the package big and unbalanced. The V1 on the other hand is great at capturing fast action and great with the FT1 adapter - I currently have the Nikkor 70-300 for winter birding and love it! I did not...
Henrik72
By: Henrik72 (9 months ago)
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I currently own a couple of cameras. 1 Nikon D600 , 1 Sony A57 and 1 Nikon V1. I dont have any long lenses for the sony. For the V1 I have the FT1 adapter and for Nikon I have the 70-200/2.8 as my longest lens. I have found that 200 really is way too short in most circumstances. I havent used the 70-200 much on the V1 yet. I dont really want to spend the money right now to buy the super expensive nikon tele lenses. So my question is this. Should I go for something for my Sony. Say the tamron...
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Anyone, can it be use at J2 to take picture?
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Yes there is the FT1 which is great but it also means the camera as a whole becomes bigger than it needs to be. I bought the 55-200 dx yesterday to use with my V1. And while I am happy with it I cannot help thinking it could have been a faster lens had it been designed for the N1. What size would a 150-500 F4 or a 400 F2.8 be if designed for the N1? It seems to me that if the bridgecameras have 25-600 F2.8 and full frame lenses are 600 F4 etc there should be fast teles or zooms for N1 and...
Gibran
By: Gibran (10 months ago)
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I got my nikon v1 not too long ago and haven't really put it to use, a few basic shots but that's about it. I'm taking a trip to vegas  next month where it will definitely be put to use, the lenses I have are 10-30mm, 30-110mm, and 10mm. I'm hoping I can get some suggestions on a couple of things. 1. The best settings for taking some sunrise and sunset photos 2. Which lens should I use, I'm sure I just have the basic lenses, but I do want to add a good lens to my collection, so please feel...
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I'm new to the forum, I'm sure someone can offer me some suggestions. I've recently purchased a nikon v1, my lenses include a 1 nikkor 10-30mm, 1 nikkor 30-110mm, and a 1 nikkor 10mm, I also have a FT1 mount adapter, which is the reason for my posting, I'm hoping someone can suggest a pretty good F mount lens, I plan to shoot as much as I can, when I'm at the beach, catching sunrise/sunsets, various landscapes both day and night, of course some portrait shooting. If I need a couple of lenses...
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Good morning all I am cosnidering the purchase of a V1/V2 camera to use for Astrophotography I am planning to use the camera coupled via the FT1 adapter to either a Celestron telescope or to my Nikon 300 2.8. I am reading from FT 1 brochure/manual that as you mount the adapter the camera gets limited to exposures of max 1 second. Can anyone confirm this?  Is the limitation still current with latest firmwares? This would be a serious limitation as for deep sky phopography exposures of several...
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