FZ1000ii Experiences

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Franno83
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Re: FZ1000ii Experiences

davesurrey wrote:

Hi Fran,
Firstly my condolences on losing your father. I lost my Mother 4 years ago at the grand old age of 97 and I still miss her.

I used to have an FZ200, replaced it with an FZ1000 and now have replaced that with an FZ1000ii and I couldn’t be happier. I admit to having far too many digital cameras but the FZ1000ii is the one I usually grab when I am out for a casual shoot. Unless I need something much more compact or specialised like for air-shows.

It does have a lot of features and I find the Graham Haughton book and his web site very useful and far more accessible than the official manual.

Even without Covid the dedicated camera market is a strange one and I doubt there will be a Mark iii so make the best of what you have. It will rarely disappoint.
Dave

Hi Dave,

Many thanks for your kind condolences. However prepared we feel we may be, it still comes as a shock.

Glad to hear you are enjoying the FZ1000 ii too.  Good advice to have a look at the Graham Haughton tutorials. I certainly did that when I bought the FZ82 and must have another look.

I'm also investigating processing software which is another minefield altogether! Do you have a particular preference?

Fran
Banbury, UK
Panasonic FZ1000 ii

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