Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150
Announced Aug 26, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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By: Insidethebeltway (Oct 26, 2013)
I've had the Panasonic FZ150 for a couple of years; I've taken 1000's of pictures and always been satisfied with its performance. Recently, however, when focusing on a shot, I will see lens dust in the view finder and it will be seen on the imagine after taking it. If I turn the camera off, or change the mode, the dirty lenses condition will disappear, the focus is clear and no dust. Is this something I can correct/fix or am I going to have to send it to a "service center" I've attached...
I'm looking for a small external flash to be used as fill flash with the FZ150. I'll probably only use it for macro because the built in flash is blocked by the conversion lens/tube. Any suggestions on what to get? Thanks. Oh, I want something cheap and small. --yuki
Just got a Panny ZS30 today! I have a question regarding the pixel count. I've had a FZ150 for a few years and I usually shoot at 3 mp rather than 12 mp. I don't care for huge files and rarely print anything larger than 5x7. Can you adjust the mp count on the ZS30 depending on the situation? Any help would be appreciated. BTW, I haven't been on the Panasonic forum for a few years. Thanks for any help Bob in MD
Problem: when shooting pics on a trip i encountered this situation - an unplanned, nonactivated, unexplained and very disturbing harp drop in picture size, from the highest quality to the lowest (640x480) , and occasionally up again after one or more shots, while shooting in the P mode. Is this something that happened to other FZ150 cameras? Will appreciate info and advice. thanks guys.
I have a Panasonic DMC-FZ150. Having used traditional cameras for over 30 years before changing to digital, I have always tried to use F11 or F16 when photographing landscapes, in order to achieve a good depth of field. I have also preferred to retain some control eg using aperature priority rather than letting the camera make all the decisions. However, I find that, using digital cameras, the recording modes give better results than choosing the settings myself. For instance, the landscape...
Made a video and few shots of a rabbit in the backyard on the FZ150 but didn't realize until afterwards that no SD card was in it so everything was recorded on camera memory. Is there any way to get these to the computer? I hooked up the cord to the computer but nothing downloaded. Or is this a lost cause? (I know I should've checked for the SD card but in a hurry didn't think there wasn't one in the camera.)
I used the DOF calculator online (DOFmaster) and used values I think I would use to take a photo of a peloton coming towards me. Camera: FZ150 (they didn't have data for FZ200) Focal length: 300mm (I figured I would would use half my zoom range to get close ups) F/Stop: F8 (because I want as much DOF as I can get) Subject distance: 200 feet The calculator says my DOF would only be 10 feet, from 195-205 feet away. Yikes. I don't think my odds of snapping a photo right when the...
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