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Old Sep 11, 2010, 4:59 PM   #1
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Sorry didn't have many subjects to shoot...kids did last long in the 95 heat...the Blue Heeler even stayed in the cool water...lol...Blue heeler was with TC-E17ED on FZ40 at 20 yds best guess...Butterflies are cropped until they are poor IQ...sorry I could not get the butterfly to hold still...turned around and grapped the Monopod to mount the camera and when I turned back around he vanished...
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4 I was 150-200 yds from this guy and had the TC-E17 on the FZ40...

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6 See that rock way down yonder at the end of the crick? (No TC)

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Old Sep 11, 2010, 7:28 PM   #2
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Thank you LTZ for sharing, the Pictures are amazing, I'd like to help me which one would you choose from 3 FZ ( 35, 45, 100) in case you have to pick one. As shown from the comparisonyou made the FZ 35 IQ is the best up till now, I know the Others have more features mainly FZ100. Your choice will help me to decide.

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The butterfly photos show off the FZ-40 nicely.

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Thank you LTZ, I just found your reply to kibaris covering my question.
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Did you notice how differently the FZ-40 handled the highlights
in these photos in comparison to what the FZ-100 would have done in exactly the same photo environment. I think that is what separates the FZ-40 from the FZ-100. The difference could indeed lie in the different imagers each camera uses. That Sony BSI-CMOS, used on the Fuji HS-10 and the Panasonic FZ-100, is decidedly a different kind of imager.

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