Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100

Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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I owned fz100 for few years, used it where ever we treveled and at home as well. Its not very good for low lihgt situations, produces noisy pictures and noise reduction feature does not looks improve it too mach .. 2.8 apperture + about 1/2 sec shutter, may be with longer shutter delay and tripod it will better , but Im not night-photographer too mach to test it :) Pictures of objects behaind window/net (aquarium/cage) some time good some time its focusing at front barrier and dont want to ...

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Macroviews
 
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Its a very light and conenient for travelling if you dont want to lug around 600+grs of toysaround you days and weeks. Pretty sharp images and fastAF since the lens are made from legendary LEICA. Get it if you can if you are after good image and low light videos Problems: Can be a bit tricky with scenes selections and other modes.

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tonydebont
 
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This is my third Lumix and I've extremely happy with the FZ100. I bought my first Lumix (FZ20) in 2005 and almost wore it out over 3 years. Late in 2008 I lashed out and bought the Olympus E-520 with extra lenses and remote flash. The weight of this kit required a pack-horse and I found it difficult to have the appropriate lens on the camera at the right time. I added the Lumix TZ5 to reduce the bulk and travelled extensively with both through 2010. By mid 2011 I'd grown tired of lugging ...

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joveneo
 
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This camera is the one to bring on travel. Great outdoor camera. I've also tried it indoors and i got satisfactory results as well. Panasonic in doing their best.

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This is the 3d Panasonic Lumix that I've owned. I keep trading up because they've continued to upgrade the product. This one has a feature that my other 2 did not have. It has a swivel rear screen whose light intensity can be adjusted to fit the shooting conditions. I find it useful to use when shooting macro so I don't have to bend all the way down to capture the image. I am now into Infra Red photography. I take black and white. I use a Hoya R72 filter. Naturally the shutter speed ...

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