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Old Nov 2, 2003, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default FZ10 samples at iso 50 - 400 and at various zoom

http://photo.www.infoseek.co.jp/... ...593352&un=109836&m=0&pos=1
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Old Nov 2, 2003, 11:02 PM   #2
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Sorry. Try link again
http://photo.www.infoseek.co.jp/Imag...9836&m=0&pos=1
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Old Nov 3, 2003, 7:30 PM   #3
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Some more images from the FZ10 here: http://digi.pchome.net/2003/11/3/2_83758.htm
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Old Nov 3, 2003, 11:11 PM   #4
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Default fmoore - thanks a lot for this link

This is exactly the comparison I have been interested in. None of the other images I've seen have been adequate to draw any guesstimates from.

These are MOST encouraging. The ISO 400s clean up nicely in Neatimage and would be entirely usable. There is some exposure difference between the 50 and 400 that I don't understand and will not explore since am awaiting real reviews. Since I live in the end of nowhere (on the ID-WA border in US Northwest) I have to depend on reviews and then buy from a company that accepts returns.

Thanks again - these look good, like they should.
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Humble,
Actually it appears that the difference is in contrast, and it is most pronounced in the ISO 50 shot. If you look at the first set of pictures, basically the ISO 50 shot has the darkest sky AND the whitest wall. It is the most pleaseing of the pictures. This seems to be a trend for Panasonic: ISO50 is how their camweras are meant to be used. But I agree that all 4 look okay and the ISO 50 looks very good.
Look at third set of pictures (191mm): the ISO50 pictures have much better colours than the 100; more contrasty and sharper overall.
Frankly, at the ISO50 setiing this camera is taking gorgeous photographs.
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