Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47 (Lumix DMC-FZ48)
Announced Jul 21, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 600 mm (24×)
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(Sorry, I posted in the wrong forum - meant to be for the Fujifilm but can't delete. But still welcome any thoughts!) Hi,I had previously asked the question of purchasing an XT20 a few weeks ago. Now that I have purchased one with an XF 18-55mm kit lens, I am debating if I should get an XC 50-230mm to supplement it. Would appreciate your thoughts on whether it is a good supplement or just stay with what I have. While I can afford the Cdn$377 the zoom is currently selling for, I do not want...
I have a very frustrating problem. On the LCD screen on my FZ48 it has the flash disabled icon up all the time even when I select in the settings that I would like to use the flash and the flash is open. In short the flash is disabled and I just can't seem to get it to work. Can anyone help me please?
I own a Panasonic Limix FZ47 with 12 megapixels. I am taking nature pictures for stock photo websites and when I crop them to enlarge the subject of the picture (bird, flower, etc) I don't have a large enough pixel count to submit. Most sites are 1500 X 1200 minimum. Any suggestions in the camera settings or any other area would be appreciated.
Just wondering if any one has a clue on the attached photo - it has only happened a few times since I have had the camera, from memory mainly in lower light situations. The white spots / flecks aren't visible when focusing - just appear with a blurry shot after the shutter is pressed. Turning the camera off and back on clears the problem. FZ47 problem photo
Question: When shooting video with the HS30 and the max limit of 29 minutes is reached, does recording stop altogether? Or, does it pick up where it left off and automatically start recording to a new file?Although I like much of what I read about the HS30, its user manual says, "Recording ends automatically when the movie reaches maximum length" which, according to specs at fujifilm.com, is 29 minutes.If that's true, it's a deal-killer for me. One thing I love about my Panasonic Lumix...
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