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Old Apr 14, 2010, 1:56 PM   #31
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So far, so good! This link will display a 100% crop of the previous HS-10 photo.

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Old Apr 14, 2010, 1:58 PM   #32
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Now we move to the FZ-35 normal photo first.

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Old Apr 14, 2010, 2:00 PM   #33
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Now we have the FZ-35 at a 100% crop.

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Old Apr 14, 2010, 2:02 PM   #34
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It's freakin' amazing! I just set it up as SJ advised. It's freakin' amazing! Shot-to-shot time is pretty danged good. Super-macro is every bit as good as the SP570. The zoom ring? Oooooooooooo BABY! These are uncropped. All shot in Manual mode (which is JUST like the E-620 to operate!!) All I did was use one sharp click in Picasa.

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Does it zoom? OOOOHHHHHHHHHH YEAH! Shot from a tripod

Full WA


Full zoom


Full zoom with the TCON-17!
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Great looking photos, Gary-

That the way to go!

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The flower photos are really beautiful, gjtoth!

Thanks for the comparisons, Sarah..
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Great looking photos, Gary-

That the way to go!

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I'm sure they'll improve as I get more familiar with the camera, SJ. I've only had it about 45 minutes.
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Thank you Sarah for the comparision, it's much appricaited
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I like the flower shots. the cmos back-light sensor seems to be an asset here. No chromatic aberration and The pany does suffer from it but this camera doesn't. It will certainly work for people who understand it much much better. I already see complaints in amazon but those are amateurs who just dont understand it or are just way too picky.

Very very good.

Sarah's photos, even though from different angle, shows how incomparable the pany and hs10 are due to focus points and dof just like Jim C and her stated. BUT, I can't avoid looking how gorgeous the background comes out and also the reds pop out from the Fuji. The back-light sensor is an asset and brings out the dark areas. I think better than exr. YOu can also plainly see how the chromatic aberration kicks in way early on the pany. I think

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I like the flower shots. the cmos back-light sensor seems to be an asset here. No chromatic aberration and The pany does suffer from it but this camera doesn't. It will certainly work for people who understand it much much better. I already see complaints in amazon but those are amateurs who just dont understand it or are just way too picky.

Very very good.

Sarah's photos, even though from different angle, shows how incomparable the pany and hs10 are due to focus points and dof just like Jim C and her stated. BUT, I can't avoid looking how gorgeous the background comes out and also the reds pop out from the Fuji. The back-light sensor is an asset and brings out the dark areas. I think better than exr.
There will always be detractors/grumblers. I've learned to disregard them. CNET is famous for nitpicking. I wonder what they'll nitpick about this camera. I will say that the HS10 is bigger than I expected. It's about as big as my Oly E-620. I *love* the zoom ring. Start-up time is fast. Solidly built.
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