Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200
Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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I have an A6000 plus kit lens and 55-210mm. Overall I am very happy, but.......... I have had mixed results with Birds in Flight and Air Shows. My Air show pictures are disappointing when compared with last years shots taken with a Panasonic FZ200. what would anyone suggest I do to improve matters. Do I need to buy a new lens and if so what? Or dare I say it on this forum go for Panasonic G80/85 plus 100-300 or 100-400mm?
Hi, I just looked at a folder of recently imported photos and see a duplicate copy of each photo with a file name beginning CP_1_file name. Can someone explain how I did this and do I need these files? What app or setting would create these? Panasonic FZ200 Mac os 10.12.6 Did run them through gps4campro but not sure if the CP files were there before gps4campro Thanks, Vito
Hi all, I've just bought my partner this camera for his personal training business, however, when taking pics of clients, they come out grainy and blurred. I know nothing about cameras and am a complete beginner... please could someone help me figure out which settings I should have the camera on to achieve the kind of photos I see people taking on here!
I currently have a fz200 and am wondering(considering a quality pic), how large, percentage wise, a photo could be enlarged before distortion is noticed by the naked eye. Meaning the casual observer. Also, is that percentage number reasonably standard for all sensors. Would a 25% enlargement limit(for sake of argument) be roughly the same for most sensor sizes and types?
When reviewing photos with zoom in (to check the focus and details) can be posible to navigate from photo to photo without the need to zoom out? Like in Panasonic FZ200 or FZ1000? Does Panasonic TZ70 have this possibility?It's annoying that I have to zoom out, then change the picture and then zoom in again.
I like shooting wildlife and especially birds. My Lumix FZ200 is light and easy to carry on long hikes but I'm looking for better autofocus and image quality. I'm really interested in Sony's RX10 m3 which can be had for less than a grand used. Or should I wait and get the m4 for $800 more. Will the phase shift autofocus be that much superior for nailing warblers in trees that I should spend the extra dough? I have no practical experience to help me decide.
Hello all, I have some very basic questions which probably don't deserve their own thread but at least it will be easy to answer. Is it alright if my image file sizes are small? I remember hearing that your basic computer monitor won't show any difference in image quality as long as its 2MB or larger, true? I've recently set my fz300s images to 3MB to take advantage of the ezoom. I don't understand why the fz200 had more size options, I think I would prefer 5MB but maybe it doesn't matter...
By: AndrewofWare (4 months ago)
I have had a Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ200 for over a year now and I have not had any problems uploading pictures and videos to my PC. Until today. The photographs I took transferred as normal, but not the videos (which are recorded in MP4). I use the computer's default software. When I right click on the camera icon on the 'This PC' page and then click on the 'Import Pictures and Videos' option I just get the photographs listed. Before I also used to get the videos. The videos will play on my...
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