Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100
Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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I have loved my FZ100 but I am ready to buy again. What I like about my Fz100 is the ability to video (slow mo, high def and reg), screw on 52mm filters (have several) and macro lenses and I already have a remote trigger. I also require a viewfinder, hot shoe and really like the fully articulated LCD. I limit the ISO to 400 and have been very pleased with the quality of photo and video. In fact 2 of my photos won in 2 competitions :) I wish it had a larger sensor. I think the weight is fine...
Hey guys; First up, the question isn't really for me... it's for my 11 year old brother. He's shown interest in photography, and I'd like to get him a camera to start out on.I was thinking about getting him a Lumix superzoom of some sort, like the FZ100. I have a budget of around $200AU... and would like to get him something that shoots great photos, has a nice long built in lens (LX7 and compacts are out of the equation), a viewfinder, a manual mode, possibly 720p video (not necessary, but...
Shooting video: How do I find out how much space I have left on my SD chip? On my FZ35 and FZ100, this is shown depending on which display setting I select. On the LX7, I get that the time left is referenced to the 30 miniute clip max using AVCHD 60P. I realize that I can't shoot video longer than that per clip. I just want to know how much space I have left on the chip. I often have to shoot dozens of groups that perform anywhere from 3 to 6 minutes each. I'd like to be able to plan my SD...
Shooting video:How do I find out how much space I have left on my SD chip?On my FZ35 and FZ100, this is shown depending on which display setting I select. On the LX7, I get the time left, referenced to 30 miniutes using AVCHD 60P.I realize that I can't shoot video longer than that. I just want to know how much space I have left on the chipI have done a search for the work "remaining" in the basic and advanced manual as well as an ebook I purchased and I'm not finding what I want.Thank you.
Been lurking here for a long time, but never posted before, mainly due to not-so-good english. Hope to use some time on this forum i future, and post pictures of course. But let me tell this somewhat strange story this time.Bought from abroad some years back a FZ50 that developed some strange behavier some months later. Put it on the shelf, but started to photograph again after buying a FZ100 in my own country (Norway). A month later I observed something unusual.It was impossible to set an...