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Old May 17, 2010, 2:32 PM   #1
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I think the FZ35 has quite good capabilities to take picture in low light condition, how do yout think about it?.. here is some samples from me







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Old May 17, 2010, 3:04 PM   #2
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Nice photos pal. What ISO settings did you use in these shots? Not more than 200 I think (because from the last one I can see that slow shutter speed has been used). I've personally (although little experience) seen that up to 400 ISO you can take "great" pictures (unless cropped to 100%)...
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Thank s RexRazr. I'm using 100 or 200 ISO for Most of dark photo. The third photo using 400 ISO. Yes, still there is grain when i crop to 100% but it is still acceptable for me..
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Those are nice and I like the way the subjects stand out.
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Real good images considering the slow shutter speed. I assume you shot them hand held, which tells me that the FZ35 has a very effective image stabilization system.
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The long exposure work well for the shot.
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Thanks all. btw, is there any one have tried FZ35 in a concert? i'm planning to attend a concert by the end of this month.. any tips and tricks?

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I'd cap the ISO at 1600 and increase NR to +2. You may loose some resolution but will avoid a lot of noise and blurred images due to camera shake. I'd also check the white balance based on the existing lighting and make any adjustments to it as you feel fit before hand. Lastly, make sure the flash is turned off.
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Thanks all. btw, is there any one have tried FZ35 in a concert? i'm planning to attend a concert by the end of this month.. any tips and tricks?

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