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Old Sep 20, 2012, 9:56 PM   #1
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Default FZ200 starting to 'wear in'

FZ200 starting to wear in... This was taken straight from the camera and sent to the PC, then to Photobucket, then uploaded to here. Nothing special - just throwing some test shots out..

















The images are just a bit sharper when viewed on my PC.
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Old Sep 21, 2012, 10:29 AM   #2
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Nice series of shots! Some appear to be a little light, compared to others; did you change settings?
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Thanks Carol I had the camera set to P mode only. I think the lightness in some of the shots was from atmospheric haze that increased the further I zoomed out. There is a B & W 010 haze filter on the lens..

Here are two more that show lightening of the exposure, or haze, or something I was wondering why about..



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This wouldn't be Johnstown PA would it?

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Hi Mark,

Yes – good 'ol J-town Pa...
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I notice that these last 2 are 1023x575. What aspect ratio are you using?
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Hi Carol - They were transferred from my pc to photobucket to here. Not sure yet if that's the best way to transfer images.

ummm the aspect ratio there is showing:

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Impressive sharpness!
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Default FZ200 Slow-mo video test

Did a video using FZ200 to try out the slow-mo effect. (100FPS).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FN8TZxdYRGE
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Did a video using FZ200 to try out the slow-mo effect. (100FPS).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FN8TZxdYRGE
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Put this up in a new thread for others to see.
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