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Old Mar 21, 2010, 7:49 AM   #1
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 7:59 AM   #2
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 8:03 AM   #3
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Here's one - how are you using the Custom Mode - (describe settings - 3 different saved modes)
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Mark, just not a lot of posts on the Panasonic Forum. Clint later but thanks great suggestion.
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Weather is breaking here in the US.... hopefully all the bears are coming out of the cave to watch the rebirth and getting out from behind the computer screen... I for one !
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If you think it is slow in here take a walk over to the Ricoh forum. This is like comparing New York city to a ghost town....
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Mark, just not a lot of posts on the Panasonic Forum.
When you've been around for a little longer you will find that Steve's is very much a week time forum, the weekends are always quiet...... I like to think it is that everyone is out shooting, but alas this isn't always the case.

Also the thing I like about Steve's is the use of the photo sections so not everything shot with a Panasonic is posted in the Pany/Leica area. It is what the members make of it and with the popularity of the FZ35/38 there is usually quite a bit to discuss.
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Old Mar 21, 2010, 3:59 PM   #8
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Here's one - how are you using the Custom Mode - (describe settings - 3 different saved modes)
I change my C modes often depending on what I'm doing. On Yellowstone trips, I set C1 for 3mp to get max zoom when I need it.

Today I set C1 to forced flash (based on a forum suggestion) since I was tired of getting no flash when I left the burst on or when there was a tiny bit of light coming in.

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I just got back from a trip with the family to the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. It was IMPRESSIVE. I will be uploading photos later. This is the first trip I have had where I could take the new FZ35 for a spin. Some of the photos really turned out nice.
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Hey Greg!

So apart from the pending photos, how did you find using the FZ in the field? Any quibbles or questions?

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