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Old Dec 7, 2007, 7:21 PM   #1
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I took some pics with my FZ50 in the evening using a 3 pod and manuel settings. Since I don't know how to post more than one pic at a time, I have to make several posts. This is with 0 zoom ( 35mm). A = 5,0 S= 8 sec
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Old Dec 7, 2007, 7:26 PM   #2
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I focused on the little, white clock tower seen on center of pic 1010324_2. I reduced pic size to 3 Mb to gain the 21,4 x. And here it is. Not bad. Distance is 1 mile (1500 meters).
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Old Dec 7, 2007, 7:36 PM   #3
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Then I focused on the center of the town, set the pic size back to 10Mb and full 12x zoom. Distance 1000 meters. A= 5,0 S= 6 sec. What do you think? Not bad at all ! As you understand I am very satisfied with the FZ50. All pictures have ISO = 100
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The FZ-50 is a nice camera. It does have limitations but for an all around P&S camera it's hard to beat.
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Really like the second. I am sure you will enjoy the cam.
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