Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35 (Lumix DMC-FZ38)

Announced Jul 27, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 27 – 486 mm (18×)
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Hi all, I recently upgraded from FZ35 to FZ200, and will be spending 2 days in Dubai soon. I know it could be dusty/foggy coloured. I dont have time to buy any filters so what settings or tricks would you recommend? What is the best settings for this type of weather for FZ200? Which settings can decrease the washed out colours? Is it better to use faster shutter speeds, increase contrast values etc. Thanks in advance for all opinions.
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Hi all, I am currently in the market for a FZ200. I do movie editing a lot and currently have FZ35. I always preferred to buy PAL as I live in PAL country. However nowadays, I do not plan to output to DVD/BLURAY, and instead create the .mkv or etc file, do not change the frame rate and play on HDTV in the near future. In this case, for 720p or 1080p, is NTSC better because it has a higher frame rate? PAL version is more expensive where I live, and today this thought come to my mind. If the...
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By: yorkiepuds (3 months ago)
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Hi all, I've been using a Bridge camera for a few years on and off (Lumix FZ38) and now i am looking at getting my first DSLR. I have been impressed by various online reviews and customer reviews on amazon (hundreds!) and it seems to fit my spec and is exactly what I'm looking to spend. I seek advice on my lens choice. I was thinking of buying the Nikkor 18-55 & 55-300mm - as I would like landscape & more importantly nature/wildlife capabilities. Wildlife shots interest me most. I understand...
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I am sorely tempted to upgrade my Panasonic FZ38 to a Canon 600D or 650D. I have noticed Jessops have this on sale with a three lens kit but the more I read about lenses the more bewildered I am. The three lenses are described as Canon 18-55mm IS Lens Canon 55-250mm IS Lens Canon 50mm f/1.8 Lens Does anyone have any opinion on the above lenses ?   Thank you in advance
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Hello folks,  I am looking for help regarding the FZ200.  For those of you who know me,  I have been using a FZ35 for awhile (still using it some time) and moved to a different gear a few years ago.  A friend of mine is heading to Africa for a Safari next week... and I have the terrible job to spend an hour with her to give her some tips with her new camera :-( :-(  She know nothing else but Full Auto Mode.  I thought I could send a quick request for help to my Panny friends at least to help...
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I've got what I feel is a fairly simple question.  Surprisingly, I haven't been able to find the answer yet either in these forums or with a web search.  I've become familiar with Panasonic superzoom/bridge cameras, having first owned an FZ18 and currently a FZ35.  I'm exploring the possibility of upgrading again, either to the FZ200 or to its successor (possibly due out this week?). My question pertains to sacrificing resolution to gain extra (or "extended") optical zoom, which is most often...
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Background: My partner and I share a Panasonic FZ35. We both have film SLRs as well, but rarely use them. (and both are quite old with deprecated lens mounts[yashica and old canon fd]). It's high-time we each had our own dSLR/Interchangeable Lens cameras. We both shoot landscapes/nature/wildlife. On top of that, my partner would like to shoot food. The limiting factor is I'd like to get two bodies for under $1000. I'm currently leaning towards the Panasonic GX1 for myself, and the Canon T3i...
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By: TICKOVER (11 months ago)
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Hi All      Have just received a fz38 camera with a lens hood that has a screw in the side for fixing I take it, surely this hood does not go over the lens and tighten up  for fixing, I have noticed that the lens has a thread on the front for filters etc , is there a way of fixing the hood this way instead of the screw,  hoping someone can help   Regards   Terry [78]
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By: TICKOVER (11 months ago)
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GENTLEMEN, HAVE JUST BEEN GIVEN A FZ38 PANASONIC CAMERA, IT CAME WITH A LENS HOOD, FLOWER TYPE  AND IT SEEMS TO BE FITTED ON BY A SINGLE SCREW ON ONE SIDE OF THE HOOD , SURELY THIS IS NOT CORRECT AS IT WOBBLES ABOUT A LOT , IS THERE ANOTHER METHOD OR AM I MISSING SOMETHING HERE , THERE IS A THREAD ON THE FRONT OF THE LENS , FOR FILTERS I PRESUME  BUT WHAT HAPPENS IF I ZOOM , DREAD TO THINK HOPE SOMEONE CAN HELP REGARDS  TERRY [78]
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I bought my TZ5 as a backup compact camera for when I did not want to carry my FZ35 and I really enjoyed it and found that I used it more than my FZ35 since I always had it in my purse. Well sadly it has died and now I need a replacement.  I still need something that has good performance on "ia" mode for when my young kids and older mother use it. Any recommendations? Thanks! --'No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.' -- Abraham Lincoln
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