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Old Mar 23, 2010, 12:58 PM   #241
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One major bonus here is fringing, I cannot see it. I then proceeded looking at pany fz35, there was that mess with the fringing i didn't like. The panasonic has much sharper images though.
Cresho - Did you find a Panny image of the same scene to compare with the Fuji's?
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Old Mar 24, 2010, 12:46 AM   #242
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appearantly I don't have any of the same scene. I just don't use it. I'll post some picks after it comes back to me.

If you want a solid comparison, you might need to wait a bit. It out of my hands for a while....2 weeks 3 at most. If I don't put something up, private message me by then to remind me cuz I'll forget since doing a comparison of these two isnt a priority in my life.

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Old Mar 25, 2010, 12:21 PM   #243
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HS10 compared to the Panasonic FZ35:
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=34882899
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Old Mar 25, 2010, 7:31 PM   #244
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Definitely a far superior camera. The only thing I like the fz35 over the s200exr is the ability of the extra zoom. That's it! I don't need video either. hs10 would be a better choice.

The focus points varied between hs10 and fz35 cameras when they took these sample shots but I can say from what I see noise is better controlled by the hs10. The iso alone says it all. Far superior.

30x zoom, HD recording. I think what's left to see is hd recording.

Someone made a comment on another forum that the s200exr has digital zoom x2 and would be an interesting test to compare a 30x zoom image of a hs10 vs a 15x zoom 2x digital zoom image of the s200exr.

HD is left to wonder as well.

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Old Mar 25, 2010, 10:26 PM   #245
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Here's some video about the HS10 and also some scenes shot by the HS10
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xcojvx_hs10_lifestyle
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Old Mar 26, 2010, 12:33 AM   #246
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I can't tell what camera took what so this could be a good thing but then again, low quality flash video doesn't help even though it was set to high, flash video playback is poor.

This could be a camera I would like to buy. I wonder what the end of year camera will be? EXR? HD video?
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Old Mar 27, 2010, 9:04 PM   #247
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sharpness is set to soft. it looks good. My eyes like it. It has barrel distortion. hmmm.
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These pictures are not new; they are some of the first HS10 pics from Poland.
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Old Mar 27, 2010, 11:31 PM   #250
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"Forgive me Fujilord, for I have sinned. I let my son take away my beloved S6000, and I have been bereft of the satisfaction of a great P&S since. How can I atone for this indiscretion? Will the HS10 heal the hole in my heart?"

I am primarily a DSLR shooter, but there are times when I don't want the hassle of lugging all the lenses, etc....not to mention the places that a DSLR is banned. When I went the DSLR route, I foolishly assumed there would be no need of a P&S and gave my S6000 to my son. When I realized I still needed a quality P&S, I bought the Panasonic FZ-28, a fine camera in its own right, but not my S6000. I even tried trading my son the newer camera for the much less expensive S6000. I'm proud to say he turned me down flat.

A different son has now offered to take the FZ-28 off my hands, at a substantial discount, and I'm looking at the HS10. It appears it has many of the features that enamored me of the S6000....manual zoom, only a 10 MP sensor, etc. There is one thing I haven't found mentioned on any of the sites.... does it have the accursed EVF or is the viewfinder optical?

And, when is it projected to be available?

Thanks for any info.

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