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Old Nov 28, 2009, 9:43 PM   #1
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Default FZ35 low light shots outdoors

Hand held, no flash and no post processing
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Old Nov 29, 2009, 11:09 AM   #2
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Hi there, anthony_b-

Nicely done Christmas photos. What was the ISO setting, perhaps 800?

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Old Nov 29, 2009, 3:32 PM   #3
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I'm using the auto ISO settings. I think the ISO the camera chose was 400
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Old Nov 29, 2009, 3:37 PM   #4
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Make = Panasonic
Model = DMC-FZ35
Orientation = top/left
X Resolution = 180
Y Resolution = 180
Resolution Unit = inch
Software = Ver.1.0
Date Time = 2009-11-28 18:49:12
YCbCr Positioning = centered
Exif IFD Pointer = Offset: 222
[Camera]
Exposure Time = 1/6"
F Number = F3.4
ISO Speed Ratings = 400
Exif Version = Version 2.2
Date Time Original = 2009-11-28 18:49:12
Date Time Digitized = 2009-11-28 18:49:12
Components Configuration = YCbcr
Shutter Speed Value = 2.58 TV
Aperture Value = 3.53 AV
Exposure Bias Value = -0.33EV
Flash = Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Maker Note = 372 Byte
User Comment =
Flashpix Version = Version 1.0
Color Space = sRGB
Exif Image Width = 640
Exif Image Height = 480
Interoperability IFD Pointer = Offset: 1232
File Source = DSC
Custom Rendered = Custom process
Exposure Mode = Auto exposure
White Balance = Manual white balance
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Excellent sharpness considering the very low shutter speed used. That means the OIS system is very very efficient.
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Old Nov 30, 2009, 3:11 PM   #6
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Yeah, this camera is a little gem. It's been really good in most shooting conditions.
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Old Dec 7, 2009, 12:39 AM   #7
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Default Low light shots

Anthony b,... Those are some very interesting shots,... Now that we know the settings, they are really impressive. I had made a comment in another thread about how POWERFUL the Image Stabilization was for the FZ35. I've noticed it many time no mater what I'm shooting. It virtually eliminates my old age hand shaking. Your shot at 1/6s hand held is another great demonstration. I had been a little worried about many of the shots I've had to take at 1/30s but now that I look at them I see there was no blur.

I've seen so many camera reviews that talk about how great their IS systems are and that they give you almost a 3 stop advantage. Has anyone tested the FZ35 to see just what we are getting out of it. While this is not really "Full Steps", 1/6s is 10 steps below shooting at 1/60s on my FZ35. That's a lot of extra steps. What is this equivalent to in exposure?
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