David Wyman

David Wyman

Lives in United States United States
Works as a Photography-related endeavors
Has a website at http://www.davewyman.com
Joined on Jan 27, 2003
About me:

My fourth book, Fearless Photographer: Nature, was published in early 2016. I'm also the author of three pictorial guidebooks, two about California, one about Yosemite.

I conduct photography workshops for the Yosemite Conservancy and I conduct trips around the western U.S. through my own company.

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On article Power Zoom: Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100/TZ100 Review (338 comments in total)
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ecm: I know a lot of folks already really love this camera - but I am unhappy; I guess because I was expecting too much.... With a 1" sensor and a much limited but useful-range zoom, I thought this might be it - a large sensor camera with a sharp, usable wide to moderate telephoto lens. After all, Panasonic makes darned good fixed long zoom lenses, my old ZS15 attests to that.

But, "soft"? "Noise reduction obliterates detail"? This does not sound like the Panasonic I know.... I already get that from my ZS50 - why would I spend so much for what sounds like exactly the same problems? Very disappointed.... going to cry in my corner now.... :\

"a large sensor camera"

I'm late to the party, but ecm's comment caught my attention. A 1" sensor isn't a large sensor. It's a small sensor.

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