Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100
Announced Jul 21, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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I am in the market for a compact travel camera. I do have a Canon SX30IS, but I need something smaller for an upcoming trip, and would also like a larger sensor. My daily driver is a Canon 70D, and I have shot Canon for years, but from all I've read, the G7X MkII just doesn't fit the bill. So, I'm looking at Panasonic's offerings, as well as the Sony RX100 line. The 10x zoom on the FZ is appealing, but the trade-off is max aperature. With a 1" sensor, would I have a big/clean enough image...
HI. I'm looking for a holster style case for my FZ1000. I want to attach it to my scooter so it's easy to reach when I'm out and about. Because of this weather protection is top priority with easy of access next. I'm looking at the Lowepro Toploader Zoom 45 AW as I particularly like the rain cover. Is anyone using this case and is it a good fit or can your recommend another case fitting these criteria. Thank you. --“Photography doesn’t take any brains. It takes sensitivity, a finger and two...
I;ve had my FZ100 for a while now, Haven't really got the hang of low light photography with this cam. My old canon never had problems. Always got clear night wildlife shots. I used a flash on these shots Both were set at P. , Automatic ISO. both had a reddish glow to it F4, S160, ISO 1250 F4, S20, ISO 1600
Hi, My Panasonic Lumix fz100 won't power up any more after I used it for a couple of hours in the pouring rain. I tried to switch it on in the rain yesterday and then it got stuck when the zoom lens was pulled out halfway. Since then it is stuck in that position halfway pulled out and I can't switch it on any more. I also removed the SIM card and battery, tried to dry up all visible water drops and try to start it up without the sim card in it, but so far no success... The battery is fully...
Can anyone tell me how to reset the FZ100 to factory settings? I cannot find it on the menu, or in the manual, I keep getting the message "please close the flash" when I turn the camera off. IA is the only setting I can depend on, P and A are sometimes grossly under exposed yet show the same exif as a normal exposure, it is a bit annoying, good thing I have other cameras to fall back on.
I have had my FZ100 since the last week of July. I really love it. & am doing very well with it BUT I am having problems trying to figure out why my flash does not fire every time in iA or iA+. I have changed setting here & there, put them back to where they were when same thing happened. I take photos of deer in the morning and as it's darker now when I go out I am missing a lot of pics. Any help, advice, what settings should be would be most appreciated.. I prefer using IA or iA+ since it...
I find that there are quite a few setting options for this camera that I'm not familiar with. I did find out how to lock the focus with half depression of the shutter button but as I move the camera to re-compose the picture even after I have lock the focus the exposure setting changes,...and of course I did not intend that. Where is the setting that controls this. The number of new settings and controls is going to take a long time to learn (and Remember). One other question,...what are...
I'm looking for the person who posted some images on this website and also provided a link to his/her flickr website. He/she has posted 38 pictures take with the FZ200 and they are fantastic pictures with great composition, focus, color, and contrast. These are some of the best pictures I've seen that were taken with the FZ200. His/her ID on Flickr is,..." nicodimus22". I'd like to communicate with him/her and gain more information about those shots. I hope he/she doesn't mind but I'm posting...
Is there any way of setting the shutter speed remotely on the FZ100. It has no bulb setting and I have remotes that I can now set the interval with but if I want to expose longer than 60s I don't seem to be able to do it. Thanks for any help even if simply confirms that I am limited to 60s.
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