Noise in the fz200

Started Dec 1, 2012 | Discussions thread
OP Fishrman Contributing Member • Posts: 901
Re: Noise in the fz200

Stephen McDonald wrote:

The deer that come into my neighborhood are so used to people, that you could probably set off a car-alarm and they'd keep on eating. Things that make little tick-tick sounds aren't predators of deer, so I'd think they would become accustomed to it. I don't think you can remove this sound from the camera. Last year, I was shooting photos of a wild deer in a forest and every time I clicked the shutter, she'd look up, but soon went back to feeding. I couldn't hear the sound myself, but she could. Look at those big ears, cocked forward like parabolic mike reflectors.

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Ya, I understand what you mean but in my world, they are very sensitive. This shot was taken the other day, I had it on burst mode as it was near dark and I was just trying to get the best pic I could. Still much more noise than I like.

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