Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150

Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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By: rolandb (10 months ago)
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This has probably been asked before, and if so, please excuse my asking again, but,,,, I have an "aging" FZ150, that I'm not 100% is as sharp as it should be after being dropped a few weeks ago,, first time EVER that I've dropped a cam,, Now although I still have and use the TZ25 / LX5 combo, I'm thinking I will replace the 150,, I had a very brief ownership of a FZ1000 which (to cut the story short) wasn't for me so can you guys answer me this,, Do I pick up another used FZ150 or is the...
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This is one of those utterly trivial items that can waste a lot of time. Apparently if I want to add or delete one or more items from the Quick Menu, I have to use the Custom Quick Menu. (Other Panny cameras allow me to simply change the standard one, but OK, this is supposed to give me another choice. Never mind that the Custom layout is clunky and requires more navigation.) OK: 1. I delete an item from the bottom row. Now there is a gap in the lineup on the bottom row. Any simple way to...
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Hello, All, I'm wondering if anyone has experienced what might be termed lateral jumps when shooting video (panning) with the FZ300. I just got the camera and so far it's mostly good.  4K video is very clean and sharp whether on a 17" computer monitor or a 55" 4K TV. The 5-axis stabilization is outstanding; I shot a full minute of hand-held AVCHD 60p video (ocean waves) at about 300mm zoom, keeping the camera aimed at one spot, and you would think it was done with a tripod. Rock-steady. Also...
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Please forgive me if this is an idiot question. I am an old age pensioner who's main interest is photography. I would rate myself as reasonably competent photographer. I live near the sea in North Wales and mainly shoot scenic scenes and wildlife.  I have owned an FZ150 since they first came out. My question is...... Will I see any major benefits if I upgrade to the FZ1000? Thank you in advance. John.
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Hello I have a problem with my camera hit me on the ground and let's work now, but I was faulty as in the picture what the defect is repaired In order I thank you :-(
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Hi all, I have an fz1000 which has become my best friend, (replacing my mirrorless apsc and lenses) and I have taken many "bird at feeder" photos that I am very happy with. However, out in the field,  with full zoom (not digital zoom, I don't go there) I can get "bird in far away bushes" shots that are good enough for id purposes, but not good enough to just enjoy and share like I did with my old fz150 or fz200  (btw, looking back over the years at my bird images, to my eyes, the fz150 did...
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I am mathematically challenged, so I hope someone will help me out here. The goal: shoot pictures of subjects far away with as much detail as possible. The choice: 12mp bridge camera with up to 600mm equiv. zoom, 1/2.3" sensor (FZ150) or 20mp camera with up to 250mm equiv. zoom, 1" sensor (ZS100). The question: will I get longer "reach" by using maximum zoom on the FZ150 or by using the maximum zoom on the ZS100 and cropping?  In other words, which camera will allow me to get the most detail...
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Hi there, my 1st post in this section of the forum...I tend to "lurk" for the most part, but try to be active now an again! Ive just got a V1/FT1 and J1 recently, so was wondering what to expect in regards to image quality for close up/macro photography. My subjects being Butterflies/Reptiles/Dragonflies/Bugs etc. I have a D700, and both the nikon macro/micro 105mm VR lens, an also a Sigma 150mm F/2.8 APO DG macro lens too. But to be honest, most of my close up/macro work is shot using a...
By: gecko18 (Sep 26, 2015)
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Hi all, I have just got hold of a used FZ150 and having trouble attaching the lens hood.  I have looked at the manual and also read other threads on this forum which say that you have to twist the lens hood surprisingly firmly until it clicks into place, but if I try to do this, it just goes 'past' being tight and goes back to being completely loose. Any suggestions gratefully received, thanks. John
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I got good deals with both EPL-5 and Panasonic G5 (both with kit lenses). Am considering to get a walk around lens for travelling, M.Zuiko 14-150 (without image stabilizer) or Panasonic 14-140 (with built in I.O.S.), same lens can fit both camera. Do anyone has experience about these 2 lenses? Because prices are almost equal on eBay. Besides there is a older version starting with F4, newer with F3.5.  Price difference almost triple, do the newer lens work 3 times better than the older one? I...
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