Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZR3 (Lumix DMC-ZX3)

Announced Jan 26, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 25 – 200 mm (8×)
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Juxa
By: Juxa (Apr 21, 2013)
Posted to: Open Talk
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I'm searching for a compact camera as a present for my mother. He's a standard amateur, but very critic when it comes to photo quality(technical). Yet, she doesn't want to get more into photography , she's happy with the snapshooting on auto. She bought Panasonic ZX3 (or something in that line of cameras), and she was extremely unhappy with indoor performance, especially flash photographs, high iso, and white balance(which is especially off when using flash). She wasn't too happy with either...
SW2CAM
By: SW2CAM (Apr 6, 2013)
Posted to: Kodak Talk
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KODAK ..... I found a silicone skin/cover for the KODAK ZX3. To me the ZX3 and ZX5 look like use the same body. I have never seen a ZX3 in persone so I'm asking if anyone knows if they use the same body? If they do I'll order the cover I found online.   It's not what you drive. It's how you drive it.
Ben C Davis
By: Ben C Davis (Feb 13, 2013)
Posted to: PC Talk
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HP ZR30wDell UltraSharp U3011 30"Is there any Real difference between these monitors?
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Greetings all. Long-time Canon user. Still shoot with Canon D-SLRs. Suddenly in the past few years, I realize I have 4 Panny cameras alongside my Canons: ZR3, TS20, FZ200, and LX7. What happened?  :-)Anyway, I'm used to Canon's AI-Servo AF tracking on my D-SLRs for sports and action. With the FZ200, I've got the AF-S and AF-C going pretty well for similar conditions. But what do you LX7 owners typically use for action, sports, and kids? Been messing around with AF tracking a bit, but not sure...
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Hello All-I am just about to give up here. Here's whats going on so far.I had a HP ZR30W and a Cintiq 21UX connected to a Mac Pro. I also have a Canon Pro9000 Mark II. I bought a Spyer4Pro for calibration. It said it was calibrated, but both monitors didn't look even close to one another. I've got photoshop cs5 setup to not use any color management as I saw on several forums to do and then I tried color management that several sites said to do. I've tried letting the printer manage the color...
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