Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100

Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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I'm looking for the person who posted some images on this website and also provided a link to his/her flickr website. He/she has posted 38 pictures take with the FZ200 and they are fantastic pictures with great composition, focus, color, and contrast. These are some of the best pictures I've seen that were taken with the FZ200. His/her ID on Flickr is,..." nicodimus22". I'd like to communicate with him/her and gain more information about those shots. I hope he/she doesn't mind but I'm posting...
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Is there any way of setting the shutter speed remotely on the FZ100. It has no bulb setting and I have remotes that I can now set the interval with but if I want to expose longer than 60s I don't seem to be able to do it. Thanks for any help even if simply confirms that I am limited to 60s.
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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.
Nived
By: Nived (Mar 3, 2013)
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Hi friends, i've recently bought a Raynox DCR 250 lense to be used on FZ 100 but it's not focussing at all. The pictures are very blurry with this on. Please helpThanks
panazonic
By: panazonic (Oct 9, 2012)
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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...
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By: pdurdin (Oct 7, 2012)
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I bought a circular polarising filter to use with my FZ100, but when I tried it out I discovered when zooming in at all the camera can no longer focus properly (i.e. it's no good for anything but wide angle shots).I assume that shouldn't be the case -- is it likely just because I bought a cheap after-market CPL?(I'd post a couple of example shots but they're on the other PC which is packed for moving)
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