Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200
Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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Good Day.. I have a Panasonic fz200 camera and would like to extend the zoom range by adding the Panasonic Conversion Lens 1.7x using the adapter Panasonic adapter DMW-LA7. I believe to do this that I need to find the conversion page 5. I am novice and would appreciate if someone would reply with the step by step process to do this. Thank you Gary
By: spike29 (1 week ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
After reading manuals in the hot, 30 degrees celcius back yard i got itchy and needed to employ body movement so got impulsive and see what happens when noob meets G80's possibilities. :-D ok a ETC 8M, only jpeg, trying if focus is easier close up when Electronic Tele converter is active (Hen3ry did the wasp much better :-( ) I think it focused more on the leaf the spider is under and sunlight is to hars to get rid and it just missed it in focus. didn't worked out that good. did this one...
i just tried a vertical, portrait, panorama shot and it misfired. it only accepts horizontal panning somehow. when i grap my fz200 and selected panorama i got 4! options. horizontal left to right, horizontal right to left, vertical,portrait, left to right and vertical right to left. i always used the portrait panning for panorama for more highed in the shot. So to my surprise a 3 time more expensive newer gear don't do portrait panning for panorama? :-x :-( i can't find this selection form in...
By: Felix G (1 month ago)
Hello valued dpreview forum members, first of all let me say that I am very happy with the optical reach and speed of the new pet ;) But: as I had to discover, the sensor seems to be quite away from the center of the lens. 2 shots for discussion: a) the first one shows the view at 98mm (in 35mm equivalent) in 16:9 aspect ratio. Only the LA8 adapter is mounted, no lens. Serves as a perfect additional handle to hold the camera by the way for the tele range. The horizontal deviation looks...
By: redGiant creative (1 month ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Situation: I've got a really cool opportunity here to photograph a fireball/explosion at 6 AM prior to the sun cresting the mountain ridge behind it. I've done a lot of decent amateur photography (I'm not a pro) and I really don't want to screw this up. My primary camera is a Nikon D7100 that I'll most likely be using my Nikon 18-140mm lens with. I will also be running video with a Lumix FZ200 and a gopro 3+, but my primary concern is the D7100. I'm acquainted with burst mode although it's...
Hi everybody, I am new of this forum, so probably the question has been asked before. I have been a strong back problem, preventing me in the last years to go out and take pictures. Actually I am still suffering, but I looking for better future. I have a lot of Canon stuff, 6D/80D, 100-400 mk ii, 100 macro etc, but they are too heavy for me now. I tried with the panasonic fz200 (possibly + TC), the image quality, was not in pair with the canon dsrls, but acceptable. However I could not be...
I have been using FZ200 for years, now being tempted by price drop on fz1000. Can experts tell me the difference results between these tow sizes SENSOR? I do few traveling annually although already 81, do not feel like to carry heavy DSLR + lenses. From the specks, FZ1000 will cover a lot of those stuffs. My FZ200 always give me satisfactory results, but once go up to 8x10 with little cropping will change the perspective. Appreciate guidances. --bobkwl
Anybody ever work on the internals of a FZ200? Mine got splashed with salt water about a year ago, acted quite oddly for a while, then settled down and was useable for a few months... but has since gone into a sort of coma. When I turn it on, the lens extends all the way out, and none of the buttons or controls work - except the mode wheel. Can't operate anything. So I am contemplating opening it up just to see what's inside, since it's unuseable anyway; maybe I could get really lucky and...
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