Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS3 (Lumix DMC-FT3)
Announced Jan 25, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | 28 – 128 mm (4.6×)
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Hi there all, I'm a beginner in professional event photography. I have questions on how images captured from the camera could be transferred over the wifi to a file server located 50 - 100 meters from capture point. I have however seen this possible with a Nikon D200 but this model being discontinued of production, i have to look for alternative cameras to carry out this process. My requirements are: I capture the images of corporate event guests at the entrance of the building and these...
I have a Panasonic TS3. Some videos I have shot for Youtube have included Polar Bear and Penguin swims from within the water. The TS3 has a CCD, and even though I can set it to 1280 X 720 60 fps the manual says that the CCD is actually taking 30 fps. I think that the new TS5 CMOS sensor is supposed to be capable of doing a real 60 fps. Do you think this will capture the moving people more sharply when it is uploaded to Youtube? This is the kind of video that some participants may like to...
I have FT3 and when I set it to AVCHD the camera store the videos in a separate folder with their own numbering system and that would have messed up my cataloging system so I just set it to Motion JPEG and the videos were in the picture folder with apropriate numbering but the resolution was limited to 720p luckily my laptop can only handle 720p and no 1080p so it was fine but I will update to a more capable laptop later this year and might update my camera to FT5 as well, but only if the...
Hi there, was wondering if you guys might be able to assist with some advice on a suitable (ideally m43) camera for underwater photography. Heading to Cape Town in March and weather permitting going on a trip to see some great whites and seen as this is likely the only time i'll be doing this it would seem sensible to bring the best equipment i can afford. I currently own an em5 (with 12-50, 20mm, 45mm 1.8 and 100-300) but the Olympus case for this is about £1k which is way beyond my budget....