Reviews, hands-on, samples of HS50 Part V

Started Mar 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
Sagans Hus
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Re: Reviews, hands-on, samples of HS50 Part V

Wellington100 wrote:

Sagans Hus wrote:

" After 400 ISO ..bad things happen to them all"

It is true, but with f/2.8 you do not need to use ISO 800 very often. And sharp lens is crucial for the result, especially with such a small sensor.
your friend
/ Kim

These are daytime cameras only so the f2.8 is not as important as you make out. Frankly I would not shoot any of them above base ISO. If the light falls, you need a big sensor. The F2.8 only gives you another 10 or 15 minutes in falling light conditions.

Thats why I would rather have the sharper FZ150.

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Doctors are bad for your lifestyle.

I will use the FZ200 in low light and with very long focal lengths, 1020mm and f/2.8, I can not do with a DSLR, it's a fact. And even if it were possible, I would not want to do that, weight and size would be completely unreasonable, not to mention the cost.
I'll prove you wrong, FZ200 can be used with great results even in low light. And the FZ150 is not sharper, it's about as sharp.
your friend
/ Kim

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