Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX100
Announced May 21, 2007 •
12 megapixels | 2.5″ screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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This past weekend my wife and I went for brunch on Granville Island in Vancouver. While there some shapes and colours caught my eye and I took some random photographs. Back home I started thinking: do these qualify as "street photography"? And as someone who is really much more into nature (and particularly birding) photography: more broadly, really what IS street photography? And by great coincidence just now I saw the "Using the FX1000..." thread by Portrait. This was the final nudge that...
I have owned both the FZ150 and FZ200 and know how the lens hood snaps into place. On my FZ1000 all three of the lens hoods[new] that I tried come loose at the slightest nudge although they do snap into place. I carry the FZ1000 on a sling during hiking an that is enough to have it come off. Because of the zoom extension,a tether would be quite long. Any ideas to tighten-up the locking mechanism? Thank you. Hugh W.
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