Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200

Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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hi, i am looking for a camera thats good for macro shooting, and nature, and also sunsets, i go on hikes a lot. Which camera should i buy? sony alpha a3000 http://goo.gl/83JVKe canon sx710 hs http://goo.gl/HpoKND panasonic lumix dmc fz200 http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/880958-REG/Panasonic_dmc_fz200k_Lumix_FZ200_Digital_Camera.html which one? im under a budget of 300
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Hello, I have just bought a Panasonic FZ330. I wanted geotagging via my iPhone so did not buy the cheaper FZ200 which seems to have most of the picture taking features of the 330. Although I can get the tagging to work, according to the manual I am supposed to set [Location Logging] after sending the gps logs to the camera. When I do this the camera says the "location data was not sent from the remote device". As I said the information is written to the pictures but what or how does the...
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Hi I cannot get the flash to fire on my FZ200. Burst mode is off; conversion is off, went into my camera's menu and chose Setup > Reset and reset the recording settings. After doing the above, I went into the recording menu and set the camera to "Forced Flash On", then switched to program shooting mode, opened the flash, and saw the "flash off" icon in the display. Pressed the shutter and the flash did not fire. It seems like the camera needs repair. But if I am missing something, or someone...
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Just curious when the FZ200 came out in 2012 what the original asking price was? --Dwighttake a peek at the world I see athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/96816407@N07/http://picasaweb.google.com/dwightparker
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Still weighing replacement options for my terminally ill Canon SX40HS, I was including Panasonic Lumix FZ200 because of its discounted (under $300) price, a terrific value. But, the (through 3/31/2017) free offer to "extend your 1-year warranty to 3-years" does not list the FZ200 among the 19 "camera & kits" eligible. If the offer can't be applied to FZ200, it becomes serious encouragement in favor of ponying up another $200 for FZ300), another $400 for FZ1000, or who-knows-how-much for the...
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I have a canon 60d and am finding that it's the camera I leave at home due to its size. i walk by the sea everyday and evening and regret all the images I'm not capturing: yesterday two cormorants sunning themselves on a rock, the reflection of a Martello tower in the sea on a perfectly still day and my lovely camera sitting at home... im also heading to Kenya in July and that will also involve safari ive been reading about canon sx50- I seem to be hearing that picture quality on the 50 is...
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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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I am a FZ fans since from FZ1, my FZ200 suddenly do not hold the inserted SD card in place.  Anybody has such experience and advise WHAT SHALL I DO? Thanks. --bobkwl
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Just wondering how these two compare for macro work both with and without a raynox fitted. If the fz200 is better than I will get one while they are still available just for macro. (as in bugs and flowers) cheers Paul UK --new to technology,always learninghttps://www.flickr.com/photos/p-labe/albums/72157660665397295https://www.flickr.com/photos/p-labe/albums/72157651586620765/with/17497590035/
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I have seen some photos that I really like of water falls and flowing water where it appears evident to me that they have set the camera up so the lens is open for a period of time and the camera held on a tripod or in a fixed position. I can't figure out how to get to the settings to increase exposure. Is that something that has to be done in M mode or another mode? Can someone walk me through this? Help is appreciated. Been shooting in automatic mode to long, I guess.
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