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Old Sep 7, 2010, 11:40 AM   #1
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Default Panasonic Motion Deblur Mode FZ100 & FX700

The Motion Deblur Mode* has been newly added to prevent blurring with even greater power. The new mode integrates the Intelligent ISO Control, which automatically adjusts the ISO setting and shutter speed according to the subject's movement, and the advanced contrast control system of Intelligent Exposure, which also optimizes the exposure to prevent over/under-exposed parts in the image. The camera judges the appropriate shutter speed to suppress motion blur according to the subject's movement. The shutter speed rises as high as possible activating the high sensitivity recording by pixel mixed readout method.
The camera determines the optimal settings, so anyone can easily capture crisp, clear photos - without blurring.
* The picture size may be reduced.
The Motion Deblur Mode must be turned ON in the menu prior to use.

This would also help with the Baseball or Sport photos within limits...I shot a few of these with the Garden Spider and although I did not post them they were very acceptable as photos...hre is an example of iA with Deblur on...it shoots a burst varying the ISO for the fastest possible shutter speed to get the shot clear without blur...



Done Tullio...SOOC....no PP:

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As long as the noise does not get out of hand, which in your sample, it did not, that could be very useful.

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It's certainly an interesting feature, which relies on the camera's ability to accurately determine a whole bunch of stuff. This is a good looking image but I'd like to see the "straight-out-of-camera" image as well for comparison purposes. Can you post that as well, LTZ? That'd be great.
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It's certainly an interesting feature, which relies on the camera's ability to accurately determine a whole bunch of stuff. This is a good looking image but I'd like to see the "straight-out-of-camera" image as well for comparison purposes. Can you post that as well, LTZ? That'd be great.
Posted as requested Tullio...the wind was gusting to 30mph...even getting a shot was a miracle as the web was moving back and forth up to 6-8" at times...I really was afraid she would abandon ship!
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Wow...hardly any difference at all. It just comes to show that one should play with the camera, trying out new features, explore new functionalities and possibilities rather than simply set it to iA and complain about IQ. Thanks for posting the SOOC shot.
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