P1000 Snapshots

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Pointbass
Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
P1000 Snapshots
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I continue to be pleasantly surprised by how well this P1000 functions as an everyday day “snapshot” camera. It’s so easy to just pick up, quickly frame the subject, and shoot. No messing around with post processing for cropping like I’d need to with an iPhone, no lens changes, no flash, and functionally, very quiet. 
My granddaughter was over to work on a project with my wife. This was pretty low light, illumination only from an overhead frosted dome light and the machine work light. I’m very pleased with the results I get from this camera ... the IQ isn’t such that I’m blowing this up and making a billboard photo out of it, but for the purposes we bought this camera, so far, so good!

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Booted Cat
Booted Cat Senior Member • Posts: 1,257
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Gorgeous granddaughter!

Pointbass wrote:

I continue to be pleasantly surprised by how well this P1000 functions as an everyday day “snapshot” camera. It’s so easy to just pick up, quickly frame the subject, and shoot. No messing around with post processing for cropping like I’d need to with an iPhone, no lens changes, no flash, and functionally, very quiet.
My granddaughter was over to work on a project with my wife. This was pretty low light, illumination only from an overhead frosted dome light and the machine work light. I’m very pleased with the results I get from this camera ... the IQ isn’t such that I’m blowing this up and making a billboard photo out of it, but for the purposes we bought this camera, so far, so good!

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jshen808
jshen808 Forum Pro • Posts: 16,067
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Fantastic candid picture of your granddaughter!

Yes, the P1000 is a wonderful all-in-one camera.

Thanks for sharing & happy snapping.

Cheers!

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Pointbass
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Re: P1000 Snapshots
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Booted Cat wrote:

Gorgeous granddaughter!

Pointbass wrote:

I continue to be pleasantly surprised by how well this P1000 functions as an everyday day “snapshot” camera. It’s so easy to just pick up, quickly frame the subject, and shoot. No messing around with post processing for cropping like I’d need to with an iPhone, no lens changes, no flash, and functionally, very quiet.
My granddaughter was over to work on a project with my wife. This was pretty low light, illumination only from an overhead frosted dome light and the machine work light. I’m very pleased with the results I get from this camera ... the IQ isn’t such that I’m blowing this up and making a billboard photo out of it, but for the purposes we bought this camera, so far, so good!

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She is a real sweetheart! We’re so lucky, they live right across the street so we get to see them daily ...

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Pointbass
OP Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: P1000 Snapshots
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jshen808 wrote:

Fantastic candid picture of your granddaughter!

Yes, the P1000 is a wonderful all-in-one camera.

Thanks for sharing & happy snapping.

Cheers!

Thanks!  I’m really having fun with this thing!

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jshen808
jshen808 Forum Pro • Posts: 16,067
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Pointbass wrote:

jshen808 wrote:

Fantastic candid picture of your granddaughter!

Yes, the P1000 is a wonderful all-in-one camera.

Thanks for sharing & happy snapping.

Cheers!

Thanks! I’m really having fun with this thing!

Cheers!

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Augustin Man
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Re: P1000 Snapshots

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

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Pointbass
OP Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: P1000 Snapshots
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Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

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KJaay Veteran Member • Posts: 8,215
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Wonderful image, a keep sake!

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Pointbass
OP Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: P1000 Snapshots
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KJaay wrote:

Wonderful image, a keep sake!

Thanks!

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André BARELIER
André BARELIER Forum Pro • Posts: 10,434
Re: P1000 Snapshots

This is a really nice image. The camera worked very well, but so did the photographer.

Congratulations. This is a beautiful memory for you.

I would try to convert it in B&W, just to see ho it turns out. Just a suggestion....

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Pointbass
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Re: P1000 Snapshots
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André BARELIER wrote:

This is a really nice image. The camera worked very well, but so did the photographer.

Congratulations. This is a beautiful memory for you.

I would try to convert it in B&W, just to see ho it turns out. Just a suggestion....

Thank you, that’s nice of you to say! We’re so fortunate to have three of the grandkids living literally right across the street from us, they are here with us all of the time. We realize that many people do not have the luxury of seeing family on a daily basis ...but we never take it for granted ...

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JMoochie Contributing Member • Posts: 511
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Pointbass wrote:

Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

From what I've read, I think they mean that for the best telephoto shots out beyond 1000mm, especially near its 3000mm limit, very good light is needed to help it focus properly.  That would elicit a "no kidding" from most people.

My relatively lowly 7-year old Fuji Finepix HS50EXR is very decent in low light.  And folks who compare that camera with the P900-1000 series claim their low light capability is equal or better than the Fuji.  At shorter focal lengths where the lens opens up to 2.8, then low light shooting will be pretty darn good.

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jshen808
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Re: P1000 Snapshots

JMoochie wrote:

Pointbass wrote:

Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

From what I've read, I think they mean that for the best telephoto shots out beyond 1000mm, especially near its 3000mm limit, very good light is needed to help it focus properly. That would elicit a "no kidding" from most people.

My relatively lowly 7-year old Fuji Finepix HS50EXR is very decent in low light. And folks who compare that camera with the P900-1000 series claim their low light capability is equal or better than the Fuji. At shorter focal lengths where the lens opens up to 2.8, then low light shooting will be pretty darn good.

With the P1000 when using 3000mm and at f/8,

is going to require some decent lights for photos.

..

If look at the below charting (see below),

the strengths of the P900, P950, P1000,

28mm @ f/2.8

135mm @ f/4

600mm @ f/5

1000mm @ f/5.6

for these all-in-one superzooms,

which are very complex cameras,

it's important to know it's strengths,

as well to know it's weakness in using.

..

=> P950 vs (P900) vs [P1000].. Combined

24mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8]

28mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8] ..!!! !!! !!!

30mm @ f/3.2

33mm @ f/3.2

35mm @ f/3.2 (f/3.2) [f/3.2]

40mm @ f/3.2

43mm @ f/3.2

47mm @ f/3.2

50mm @ f/3.5 (f/3.5) [f/3.2]

55mm @ f/3.5

60mm @ f/3.5

70mm @ f/3.5

75mm @ f/3.5

80mm @ f/4.0

85mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/3.5]

95mm @ f/4.0

105mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0]

115mm @ f/4.0

125mm @ f/4.0

135mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

150mm @ f/4.5

170mm @ f/4.5

185mm @ f/4.5

200mm @ f/4.5 (f/4.5) [f/4.5]

220mm @ f/4.5

240mm @ f/4.5

260mm @ f/4.5

300mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/4.5]

320mm @ f/5.0

350mm @ f/5.0

380mm @ f/5.0

400mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

450mm @ f/5.0

500mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

550mm @ f/5.0

600mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

650mm @ f/5.6

700mm @ f/5.6

800mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6]

850mm @ f/5.6

950mm @ f/5.6

1000mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6] ..!!! !!! !!!

1100mm @ f/5.6

1200mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1400mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1500mm @ f/6.3

1600mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

1800mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

2000mm @ f/6.5 (f/6.5) [f/6.3]

[2200mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2400mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2600mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2800mm] @ [f/8.0]

[3000mm] @ [f/8.0]

..

Cheers!

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Pointbass
OP Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: P1000 Snapshots

JMoochie wrote:

Pointbass wrote:

Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

From what I've read, I think they mean that for the best telephoto shots out beyond 1000mm, especially near its 3000mm limit, very good light is needed to help it focus properly. That would elicit a "no kidding" from most people.

My relatively lowly 7-year old Fuji Finepix HS50EXR is very decent in low light. And folks who compare that camera with the P900-1000 series claim their low light capability is equal or better than the Fuji. At shorter focal lengths where the lens opens up to 2.8, then low light shooting will be pretty darn good.

Yes, and it seems most reviewers (who appear to be pretty serious pro-level people) really look for the worst attributes of these superzooms, or at least that’s my impression.

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Pointbass
OP Pointbass Junior Member • Posts: 32
Re: P1000 Snapshots
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jshen808 wrote:

JMoochie wrote:

Pointbass wrote:

Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

From what I've read, I think they mean that for the best telephoto shots out beyond 1000mm, especially near its 3000mm limit, very good light is needed to help it focus properly. That would elicit a "no kidding" from most people.

My relatively lowly 7-year old Fuji Finepix HS50EXR is very decent in low light. And folks who compare that camera with the P900-1000 series claim their low light capability is equal or better than the Fuji. At shorter focal lengths where the lens opens up to 2.8, then low light shooting will be pretty darn good.

With the P1000 when using 3000mm and at f/8,

is going to require some decent lights for photos.

..

If look at the below charting (see below),

the strengths of the P900, P950, P1000,

28mm @ f/2.8

135mm @ f/4

600mm @ f/5

1000mm @ f/5.6

for these all-in-one superzooms,

which are very complex cameras,

it's important to know it's strengths,

as well to know it's weakness in using.

..

=> P950 vs (P900) vs [P1000].. Combined

24mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8]

28mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8] ..!!! !!! !!!

30mm @ f/3.2

33mm @ f/3.2

35mm @ f/3.2 (f/3.2) [f/3.2]

40mm @ f/3.2

43mm @ f/3.2

47mm @ f/3.2

50mm @ f/3.5 (f/3.5) [f/3.2]

55mm @ f/3.5

60mm @ f/3.5

70mm @ f/3.5

75mm @ f/3.5

80mm @ f/4.0

85mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/3.5]

95mm @ f/4.0

105mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0]

115mm @ f/4.0

125mm @ f/4.0

135mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

150mm @ f/4.5

170mm @ f/4.5

185mm @ f/4.5

200mm @ f/4.5 (f/4.5) [f/4.5]

220mm @ f/4.5

240mm @ f/4.5

260mm @ f/4.5

300mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/4.5]

320mm @ f/5.0

350mm @ f/5.0

380mm @ f/5.0

400mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

450mm @ f/5.0

500mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

550mm @ f/5.0

600mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

650mm @ f/5.6

700mm @ f/5.6

800mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6]

850mm @ f/5.6

950mm @ f/5.6

1000mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6] ..!!! !!! !!!

1100mm @ f/5.6

1200mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1400mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1500mm @ f/6.3

1600mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

1800mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

2000mm @ f/6.5 (f/6.5) [f/6.3]

[2200mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2400mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2600mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2800mm] @ [f/8.0]

[3000mm] @ [f/8.0]

..

Cheers!

Thanks for the info! I’m just starting to get to know this camera, and a lot of my internal comparisons reflect my years of D70S use (which still gets picked up regularly) 😁

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jshen808
jshen808 Forum Pro • Posts: 16,067
Re: P1000 Snapshots

Pointbass wrote:

jshen808 wrote:

JMoochie wrote:

Pointbass wrote:

Augustin Man wrote:

Wow! I have the P1000 since more than two years ago, and never knew it's that good!

Congratulations and thank you very much for opening such a shooting area I never thought about

Stay safe and happy shooting,

Augustin

P.S. Your granddaughter seems not only very pretty, but also very skilled; you should be proud with her!

I’ve been continually surprised at what it can do. Realizing the limitations set by the sensor, it’s kind of a gift seeing how well it can perform in everyday casual shooting situations. When researching the P1000 before buying, all I read was “only good in daylight” or things to that effect. I have found that to be untrue for my purposes.

And thank you, we’re quite proud of her, in many ways!

From what I've read, I think they mean that for the best telephoto shots out beyond 1000mm, especially near its 3000mm limit, very good light is needed to help it focus properly. That would elicit a "no kidding" from most people.

My relatively lowly 7-year old Fuji Finepix HS50EXR is very decent in low light. And folks who compare that camera with the P900-1000 series claim their low light capability is equal or better than the Fuji. At shorter focal lengths where the lens opens up to 2.8, then low light shooting will be pretty darn good.

With the P1000 when using 3000mm and at f/8,

is going to require some decent lights for photos.

..

If look at the below charting (see below),

the strengths of the P900, P950, P1000,

28mm @ f/2.8

135mm @ f/4

600mm @ f/5

1000mm @ f/5.6

for these all-in-one superzooms,

which are very complex cameras,

it's important to know it's strengths,

as well to know it's weakness in using.

..

=> P950 vs (P900) vs [P1000].. Combined

24mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8]

28mm @ f/2.8 (f/2.8) [f/2.8] ..!!! !!! !!!

30mm @ f/3.2

33mm @ f/3.2

35mm @ f/3.2 (f/3.2) [f/3.2]

40mm @ f/3.2

43mm @ f/3.2

47mm @ f/3.2

50mm @ f/3.5 (f/3.5) [f/3.2]

55mm @ f/3.5

60mm @ f/3.5

70mm @ f/3.5

75mm @ f/3.5

80mm @ f/4.0

85mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/3.5]

95mm @ f/4.0

105mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0]

115mm @ f/4.0

125mm @ f/4.0

135mm @ f/4.0 (f/4.0) [f/4.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

150mm @ f/4.5

170mm @ f/4.5

185mm @ f/4.5

200mm @ f/4.5 (f/4.5) [f/4.5]

220mm @ f/4.5

240mm @ f/4.5

260mm @ f/4.5

300mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/4.5]

320mm @ f/5.0

350mm @ f/5.0

380mm @ f/5.0

400mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

450mm @ f/5.0

500mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0]

550mm @ f/5.0

600mm @ f/5.0 (f/5.0) [f/5.0] ..!!! !!! !!!

650mm @ f/5.6

700mm @ f/5.6

800mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6]

850mm @ f/5.6

950mm @ f/5.6

1000mm @ f/5.6 (f/5.6) [f/5.6] ..!!! !!! !!!

1100mm @ f/5.6

1200mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1400mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/5.6]

1500mm @ f/6.3

1600mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

1800mm @ f/6.3 (f/6.3) [f/6.3]

2000mm @ f/6.5 (f/6.5) [f/6.3]

[2200mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2400mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2600mm] @ [f/7.1]

[2800mm] @ [f/8.0]

[3000mm] @ [f/8.0]

..

Cheers!

Thanks for the info! I’m just starting to get to know this camera, and a lot of my internal comparisons reflect my years of D70S use (which still gets picked up regularly) 😁

Cheers!

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Cheers, John
(Feel free to download my pictures)
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