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sdromel Feb 4, 2010 4:34 PM

Try this :

http://search.dpreview.com/?q=purple+lines+

Seems to me there was quite a bit about this phenomenon not too long ago. Someone with an FZ35 was trying to HD video an oncoming train & the train's headlight elicited the subject effect. As usual, some cameras are more prone than others & as I recall, the FZ35 is bit more prone than average.

Joho Feb 5, 2010 1:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tullio (Post 1048123)
Since your main requirement is video, I'd suggest you look for a good digicam with still photo capability. Even though the video capability of many P&S is very good these days, they are still not as good as a true digicam. The digicams will perform better in low light conditions. AF is much much faster and accurate and the white balance and sound quality are much better as well. I have a FZ28, which offers good video recording but if the subject moves quickly (children at play, for instance), the camera has a hard time keeping up with focus.

I actually moved from a Canon DV camcorder (with limited photo function) to the FZ35 and like the combination of high photo quality and also rather high video quality very much.

dbnnet Feb 9, 2010 9:04 AM

1 Attachment(s)
With all this talk about "purple lines" .... had to post this ;)
(The image was taken a few minutes ago.... uncropped, and
untouched, only resized).
FZ38, f4, 1/160 sec, ISO 200, EV -1/3


mtclimber Feb 9, 2010 12:21 PM

dbnnet-

That is a nice hydrangea shot. Thanks for posting.

Sarah Joyce

Tullio Feb 9, 2010 2:05 PM

Nice handling of blues and purples. Lots of cameras would have problems reproducing those true colors like the FZ38 did.


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