Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200
Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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By: organicroadmap (1 week ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
Growing up, I used my dad's old Minolta but when he sold it for a Lumix FZ20, we both got hooked on the Panasonic line. From the FZ20, I went to the FZ35, then FZ200 then finally made the switch from bridge to ILC - but I miss that 300mm (600mm) focal length on the superzooms. Having used the GH3 for a few years now, I do not want to purchase a second camera just for focal length, let alone those small sensors. If it were for personal use, it would not matter to me, but I require a...
the fz80/82 and the fz330/300. I’m asking as I have the fz330 with lt55 and one of the places I shoot has a small river run through it so I can’t physically get any closer and have to use both izoom and lt55 for some shots. I tried the fz72 a bit back but the copy I had was horrible with way too much smearing of details that my then fz200 with lt55 was better. cheers Paul uk.
I will be at my grandsons basketball game in a few days. I prefer to use manual settings on my fz200. Being indoors, what do you believe is the highest iso setting and not get grainy pics? I will probably be using f2.8, or does anyone know a better setting? Such as f4.0, iso 1200. Or just set it so "sports" and forget it. I also have a hotshoe ttl flash. Would you take that or would it interfere with the game? Any tips are appreciated.Thank you.
Dear all, I am looking forward to backpacking (including trekking) in South America, including the Amazon. Now I am searching for a good camera, and I am quite lost with all the reviews and recommendations that exist on the internet, as this is the first time I really engage in finding a good camera (previously, I never had the means). I would like to find a camera that doesn`t break the bank (max. 500 Euros), but produces nice, realistic pictures that I could maybe print at A4 or even A3....
I hooked up my Vivitar 283 flash on to my Lumix FZ1000 flash bracket and it didn't fire. Then I tried the onboard flash. It didn't fire. Then I went to menu-rec-flash and Flash was greyed out. Have I blown out the FZ1000 flash circuit? FWIW, the 283 worked perfectly on my FZ200 with no harm to the camera. Thank you.
Just joined today. My wife and I are seniors (65) and both have P&S cameras (Lumix FZ200 and Canon SX730), typically shooting in AI , never in Manual. Plan to take a course or 2 at local CC to get better/smarter, especially for pics of grandkids. Back in 2014 we went to Katmai NP to view coastal griz with a pilot/guide out of Homer, and he kept his big Canon DLR on a monopod, walking 8 miles in 13 hours, and never seemed tired. We have a QSX Versipod2 monopod, and I think it might be good...
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?
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