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Old Feb 23, 2010, 3:13 PM   #171
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 4:25 PM   #172
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maybee his monitor is very good. I see lots of noise on iso 200 on fz35. iso 100 is vert good and in most cases, i find the camera to bee too sharp? did I just say that?

Maybee it's his taste buds? fz35 is really good.


The only complaint I have of that camera is fringing. that is all..ohh color too but its not bad. It's a really good camera. I would not recommend this to a super zoom freak at all. I would recommend it to a casual photographer.
Cresho try using a UV Filter to minimize the fringing you having with the FZ35,I angle my camera differently to avoid fringing altogether with the UV filter lense on. From what I'm hearing from you Cresho, u are not using the camera to it's full potential and ability.
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 8:01 PM   #173
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Thanx ... I waited for long time ... for HS10 MANUAL
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 8:04 PM   #174
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The sensor is still point-and-shoot small (1/2.3) but I'm willing to give Fujifilm the benefit of the doubt right now. Perhaps their backlit CMOS sensor, combined with the latest image processing algorithms, will make the difference.

In terms of features, one certainly can't ask for more. Okay - I'd really would have liked more resolution in the LCD and EVF. But I'll have to actually seem them in person before passing judgement.
The Nikon P100 has a similar BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS technology (1/2.3 in) sensor. However, first look on Nikon Coolpix P100 from CNET TV didn't give it a good review on picture quality.
http://cnettv.cnet.com/nikon-coolpix...-50083135.html

The HS10 and the P100 are on my watch list as I am considering my next camera. Waiting for the hands-on reviews by more experts before I decide which one to go for, but the manual zoom on the HS100 is a big plus for me.
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 8:53 PM   #175
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Cresho try using a UV Filter to minimize the fringing you having with the FZ35,I angle my camera differently to avoid fringing altogether with the UV filter lense on. From what I'm hearing from you Cresho, u are not using the camera to it's full potential and ability.

modern digital cameras are not really sensitive to UV light, adding a UV filter will have minimal effects on purple fringing. most purple fringing comes from chromatic aberation, especially in more recent camera models.
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 11:16 PM   #176
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The Nikon P100 has a similar BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS technology (1/2.3 in) sensor. However, first look on Nikon Coolpix P100 from CNET TV didn't give it a good review on picture quality.
http://cnettv.cnet.com/nikon-coolpix...-50083135.html

The HS10 and the P100 are on my watch list as I am considering my next camera. Waiting for the hands-on reviews by more experts before I decide which one to go for, but the manual zoom on the HS100 is a big plus for me.

exactly what trends and speculation will ultimately lead too! It will suck.
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FredS, that FZ35 must be a faulty batch you recieved, there's no way my FZ35 gives me noise @ ISO 200, maybe start @ ISO 600. You missing an awesome camera.
Unbelieveable.


I did get a bad FZ 35
I friend of my wife has one.
ISO 400 . MY FZ 35 did not do as good as this. Not even close
My Lazy Dog
Now What ,Take the FZ 35 or Wait for the HS-10
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hmm. I like the fz35. If you have time to kill, wait for a good review or hs10 samples to hit the market. Maybee by then pany will have a fz45.

Really if you don't need the camera, wait. I am sure fujifilm will release another high iso spilling camera. I'm not knocking it, only saying from what I have seen. that fz35 is an amazing camera in my own opinion. I just hate the fringing it has when used improperly. It's like a big slap in the face.

That dog shot is blurry, kinda hurts but for an iso 400, it's an excellent camera. I seen super sharp pictures from this camera. very good.
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hmm. I like the fz35. If you have time to kill, wait for a good review or hs10 samples to hit the market. Maybee by then pany will have a fz45.

Really if you don't need the camera, wait. I am sure fujifilm will release another high iso spilling camera. I'm not knocking it, only saying from what I have seen. that fz35 is an amazing camera in my own opinion. I just hate the fringing it has when used improperly. It's like a big slap in the face.

That dog shot is blurry, kinda hurts but for an iso 400, it's an excellent camera. I seen super sharp pictures from this camera. very good.

I dont need a camera right away
I will wait and test an HS-10 and maybe the next panny.
I am always a bit shaky. Too much coffee
Here is ISO 200 indoor no flash . This is good enough for me
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looks a little better. still blurry. You know, there are always going to be new technologies coming around. I think a 30x super zoom is worth the wait, If it wasnt for that, I would say just stay with the fz35.

Another thing to watch out for is the fringing. These super zoom cameras appear to be revealing these problems as the zoom length increases. at the moment, I am very happy with my s200exr and I already have a high def camera recorder. I'm very happy with what I have.

hs10 could make it or break it. If THis camera does it all, ill be putting up my devices for sale.
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