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Old Sep 19, 2010, 8:49 AM   #11
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Excellent shots, really does make a mockery of the so called expert reviews of the two new FZ's.

How big a difference is the speed of the FZ40 & FZ100 over the FZ35? ie focusing & zoom.
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I thought they were FZ40 shots Clint!
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Excellent shots, really does make a mockery of the so called expert reviews of the two new FZ's.

How big a difference is the speed of the FZ40 & FZ100 over the FZ35? ie focusing & zoom.
I think the FZ35 might be just a little faster focusing but it's hard to tell. Zooming in and out - all about the same to me.



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I thought they were FZ40 shots Clint!
I went to the LTZ School for Big Fuzzy - I tried to pay attention in class since I was a drop out before.
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 1:26 AM   #14
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Clint - wow, amazing shots, just beautiful....
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Old Sep 21, 2010, 2:51 AM   #15
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Clint - I'm struggling to post my photos. Is there a trick to getting your photos down to ~200KB and still have them look this great? My great shots at 6MB end up being a ball of fuzz when reduced to 200KB.
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I use Picasa - they give you a free space online called a web album. I upload the pictures to the web album and then "link" the picture to the site. You can drag and drop the picture in the post or copy and paste the link. That way you don't have to do any resizing.
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Oh, interesting! So when you "link" your image, the image actually appears on this pages, instead of a link you have to click? Thanks!
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That's it. I open 2 tabs - drag the picture from the web album and drop it in the message posting area.
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