Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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Just curious when the FZ200 came out in 2012 what the original asking price was? --Dwighttake a peek at the world I see athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/96816407@N07/http://picasaweb.google.com/dwightparker
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Still weighing replacement options for my terminally ill Canon SX40HS, I was including Panasonic Lumix FZ200 because of its discounted (under $300) price, a terrific value. But, the (through 3/31/2017) free offer to "extend your 1-year warranty to 3-years" does not list the FZ200 among the 19 "camera & kits" eligible. If the offer can't be applied to FZ200, it becomes serious encouragement in favor of ponying up another $200 for FZ300), another $400 for FZ1000, or who-knows-how-much for the...
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I have a canon 60d and am finding that it's the camera I leave at home due to its size. i walk by the sea everyday and evening and regret all the images I'm not capturing: yesterday two cormorants sunning themselves on a rock, the reflection of a Martello tower in the sea on a perfectly still day and my lovely camera sitting at home... im also heading to Kenya in July and that will also involve safari ive been reading about canon sx50- I seem to be hearing that picture quality on the 50 is...
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I have owned both the FZ150 and FZ200 and know how the lens hood snaps into place. On my FZ1000 all three of the lens hoods[new] that I tried come loose at the slightest nudge although they do snap into place. I carry the FZ1000 on a sling during hiking an that is enough to have it come off. Because of the zoom extension,a tether would be quite long. Any ideas to tighten-up the locking mechanism? Thank you. Hugh W.
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I am a FZ fans since from FZ1, my FZ200 suddenly do not hold the inserted SD card in place.  Anybody has such experience and advise WHAT SHALL I DO? Thanks. --bobkwl
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Just wondering how these two compare for macro work both with and without a raynox fitted. If the fz200 is better than I will get one while they are still available just for macro. (as in bugs and flowers) cheers Paul UK --new to technology,always learninghttps://www.flickr.com/photos/p-labe/albums/72157660665397295https://www.flickr.com/photos/p-labe/albums/72157651586620765/with/17497590035/
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I have seen some photos that I really like of water falls and flowing water where it appears evident to me that they have set the camera up so the lens is open for a period of time and the camera held on a tripod or in a fixed position. I can't figure out how to get to the settings to increase exposure. Is that something that has to be done in M mode or another mode? Can someone walk me through this? Help is appreciated. Been shooting in automatic mode to long, I guess.
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Wavering between outstanding better zoom power and value of FZ200, improvements offered by FZ300, and IQ of F1000. But, won't any fixed lens zoom be pumping air in and out as it expands and contracts, at least partially negating a major advantage of weather sealed FZ300? I live in coastal (salty air) subtropical (humid... even when it isn't raining), South (hot) Florida. Actually, raincan be a blessing, at least when it rinses off some of the salt and mud). So, even going from indoors or from...
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Having sorted out a FZ200 replacement for my FZ150, I wondered if you guys could help me with a question regarding the LX5 / LX7 Simply,, will the LVF-1 viewfinder, LA6 + LWA52 adaptor tube and wide lens and spare battery that I have/use with my LX5 also fit and work on the LX7 or would I need to "start again" with these bits. Also with the cosy of buying these ""add on"s"" along with the camera, would the outlay be worth it for the better camera / iq that the LX7 would supposedly give me,,...
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This has probably been asked before, and if so, please excuse my asking again, but,,,, I have an "aging" FZ150, that I'm not 100% is as sharp as it should be after being dropped a few weeks ago,, first time EVER that I've dropped a cam,, Now although I still have and use the TZ25 / LX5 combo, I'm thinking I will replace the 150,, I had a very brief ownership of a FZ1000 which (to cut the story short) wasn't for me so can you guys answer me this,, Do I pick up another used FZ150 or is the...
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