Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150
Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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i used to have an FZ150, and overall i quite liked it. the one thing i didn't like about it was that the EVF couldn't keep up with medium to fast moving subjects like slower birds in flight or walking. i'm wondering if the FZ200's EVF has a little faster refresh, and after searching for a while, i thought i'd just ask. --my old user profilehttp://www.dpreview.com/members/1742491492/overview
Hi, I'm hoping that some of you guys here in the S & A forum might be able to help me. I"m off in a few months time to the New England, New Hampshire, Maine areas of the USA and part of this trip will be a few days staying at Cape Cod where we intend to go whale watching. Now I"ve never really done any sport or action photography before and was wondering if any of you could / would give me some "hints or tips" on how to help capture some good shots. I will be using a Panasonic FZ150 Bridge...
Given that the mp & sensor on both cameras is the same,, 12 megapixels 13 megapixels 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) CMOS Can I assume that if I set up both cameras the same, ie iso level, exposure comp, focus etc, etc,,a photo taken with both cameras would could out the same ?? or is my thinking way off on this ?,, Thanks for reading guys, Roland. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolandb52/
I have a Panasonic FZ150 and have used it for two years with good results. However, in the last few weeks all of my photos of landscapes have been pixelated, with green colors oversaturated. I am a fairly accomplished photographer, so I know my shutter speed, ISO, et al are correct. It happens regardless of ISO, f-stop, or focus-mode. I did a control test today, trying AF-Macro vs. AF, ISO of 800 down to 200, several white balance settings, and no luck at all. I have run out of ideas, so I'd...
By: Kawika Nui (Sep 28, 2014)
Posted to: Open Talk
Over time, the ability to manufacture sensors with smaller pixels and higher pixel density (for higher resolution) has seen improvement in IQ as the technologies involved have improved. I personally am not a fan of the "megapixel wars" and have always believed (based on experience) that for a small, 1/2.3in sensor, 12mp was about the practical maximum. However, backside illuminated sensors are supposed to deliver higher S/N ratios, slightly larger pixels (due to the elimination of non-pixel...
I bought an FZ200 a couple of weeks ago to replace my FZ150 (which replaced my FZ35, which in turn replaced my FZ5). It feels like half the time I take the FZ200 out of the case, I have to refocus the viewfinder. I don't recall having to do that on my earlier cameras and was wondering if there's something different. Thanks
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